RedmiBook 14 with up to Core i7 processor announced, prices start around Rs 40,000

“The RedmiBook 14 is the first notebook under the independent Redmi brand”

As expected, Xiaomi took the wraps off its first Redmi series notebook dubbed as RedmiBook 14 alongside the Redmi K20 and K20 Pro smartphones launch in China. The machine has been priced aggressively for the specs it offers, in line with the brand’s ethos. To start with, the Xiaomi RedmiBook 14 packs a near bezel-less display, up to Intel Core i7 processor, metal build, and NVIDIA’s latest GPU.

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Xiaomi RedmiBook 14 price

The RedmiBook 14 price in China starts at RMB 3,999 (~Rs 40,000) for the Intel Core i5 and 256GB storage variant, while the Intel Core i5 and 512GB storage option costs RMB 4,299 (~Rs 43,000). The top-end variant with Intel Core i7 processor and 512GB storage variant will set you back to RMB 4,999 (~Rs 50,000). The laptop comes in sliver colour option. The pre-booking starts from June 1st, while the first sale of the laptop is scheduled for June 11th in the country. There is no information on the RedmiBook 14 launch in India yet.  

Xiaomi RedmiBook 14 specifications

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Coming to the specifications, RedmiBook 14 is equipped with a 14-inch IPS display with Full HD resolution and 81.2 percent screen-to-body ratio. At its core lies Intel Core i5/ i7 octa-core processor, depending on the variant you choose. The CPU is accompanied by NVIDIA GeForce MX250 GPU, 4GB/ 8GB of RAM, and 256GB/ 512GB flash storage. The laptop comes preloaded with Windows 10 Home and a full-size island-style backlit keyboard. It has two air-vents underneath for thermal cooling.

In terms of connectivity, the RedmiBook 14 packs Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a charging port, HDMI port, 2X USB 3.0 ports, USB 3.0 port, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. Other features include DTS-certified sound support. All these tip the weight of Xiaomi RedmiBook 14 notebook at 1.5kg.

Ashish is one of the youngest members of 91mobiles, and a recent tech geek convert. When he's not churning out articles, you’ll find him watching sports or binging TV shows. He listens to John Mayer when beating Delhi traffic.
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