Lenovo Xiaoxin Lite laptop with 8th-generation Whiskey Lake processors launched: price, specifications

“The Xiaoxin Lite Notebook is a youth-centric laptop designed for productivity and business use”

Lenovo is one of the major players in the laptop industry in China, with Xiaoxin its most popular line-up of laptops. The Xiaoxin series of notebooks is known for sleek and aesthetic laptops intended for students and professionals. The company has now added a new product to the series called the Xiaoxin Lite. The new Lenovo Xiaoxin Lite laptop comes in two processor options, up to 256GB SSDs, and convertible design thanks to the hinge mechanism. The new laptop is 19.9mm thick and weights 1.6kg, the company claims.

Lenovo Xiaoxin Lite

Lenovo Xiaoxin Lite price

The Lenovo Xiaoxin Lite has already gone up for sale in China and is available in two colour options – Fearless Black and Dream Silver. The Core i5-8265U processor version is available from RMB 4,899, which is roughly Rs 50,800. The high-end Core i7-8565U variant can be picked for RMB 5,499 (approximately Rs 57,000).

Lenovo Xiaoxin Lite specifications

The Xiaoxin Lite notebook comes with a 14-inch screen that offers a screen resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels and maximum brightness of 220nits. The high-end model comes with the Intel’s Whiskey Lake architecture i7-8565U processor, which is backed by NVIDIA MX110 2GB discrete graphics. The chipset is further backed by 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD and 128GB SSD. The base variant comes with Intel Core i5-8265U processor backed by MX110 GPU, 8GB memory, 256GB SSD and 128GB SSD + 1TB HDD options. As for software, the laptops run the Microsoft Windows 10 Home edition out-of-the-box.

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The company has also not cut corners when it comes to audio performance as the notebook is equipped with two 1.5W high-fidelity speakers. The audio is further fine-tuned by Dolby Audio. The laptop features two USB 3.0 ports, one USB 2.0 interface, a 3.5mm audio interface, a card reader, an HDMI interface, and a power dock. Both these laptops are powered by a 35Wh battery, which Lenovo claims can last up to 6 hours on a single charge. 

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