[Exclusive] Mi Notebook Pro 14 and Notebook Ultra 15 launching in India soon, and here are the full specifications

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Xiaomi will be launching two new laptops in India sometime this month, as exclusively revealed by 91mobiles recently. These will be dubbed as Mi Notebook Pro 14 and Mi Notebook Ultra 15 and, as the name suggests, the laptops will flaunt 14-inch and 15.6-inch display sizes, respectively. Now, in another exclusive 91mobiles has learned from trusted sources that the Mi Notebook Pro 14 and Mi Notebook Ultra 15 will be a rebrand of RedmiBook Pro 14 and RedmiBook Pro 15 that launched in China earlier this year. However, the Indian models will not get discrete graphics, meaning they will only be integrated Xe, for now. Since the laptops have already launched, we know their specifications. What remains to be known is the Mi Notebook Pro 14 and Notebook Ultra 15 launch date and prices in India.

Mi Notebook Pro 14 and Mi Notebook Ultra 15 specifications

RedmiBook Pro 14 and 15 models come with the latest generation 11th gen Intel Tiger Lake i5 and i7 processors coupled with Intel Xe GPU paired with up to 16GB DDR4 3200MHz RAM and 512GB PCIe SSD storage. The laptops come pre-loaded with Windows 10 Home, MIUI+, and Microsoft Office Student edition out of the box. The RedmiBook Pro 14 and 15 models are equipped with 4W speakers with DTS Audio, fingerprint sensor for security, 720p webcam, and a backlit keyboard. Connectivity features include Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth, 1xUSB-C, 1xUSB-A 3.2 Gen1, 1xUSB-A 2.0, 1×3.5mm audio jack, and 1xHDMI ports.

The Redmi Book Pro 15 sports a 15.6-inch display with a 90Hz refresh rate, 3.2K resolution, 242 PPI, 89.1 percent screen-to-body ratio, 1500:1 contrast ratio,16:9 aspect ratio, 178-degree viewing angle, TUV Rheinland for low-light emission, 100 percent sRGB colour gamut, and DC dimming. The laptop packs a 70WHr battery that supports 100WUSB-C charging.

Similarly, the RedmiBook Pro 14 flaunts a 14-inch display with a 2.5K panel, a 60Hz refresh rate, 8.2 percent screen-body ratio, TUV Rheinland certified for low-light emission, 100 percent sRGB colour gamut, 178-degree degree viewing angle, 300 nits max brightness, and DC dimming. It packs a 56WHr battery that is backed by a 65W USB-C adapter.

Also read: Xiaomi flip phone with horizontal camera module and secondary display shown off in patent images

RedmiBook Pro 14 and 15 prices

The RedmiBook Pro 14-inch price in China starts at RMB 4,699 (~Rs 54,200) for the model with Intel Core i5 processor, Intel-Xe graphics, 16GB RAM, and 512GB storage. The RedmiBook Pro 15 starts at RMB 4,999 (around Rs 57,700) for the model with Intel Core i5, Intel Xe graphics, 16GB RAM and 512GB storage. We can expect the Indian prices to be along similar lines.

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