Earlier today, Xiaomi released Mi NoteBook 14 and Horizon editions in India, equipped with tenth generation Intel CPUs and Nvidia GeForce MX350 GPUs. So, without further ado, let’s give both of these newly launched laptops a closer look.
Xiaomi Mi Notebook 14
The Mi NoteBook 14 is equipped with a tenth-generation Core i5 processor, and a choice of integrated graphics or an Nvidia GeForce MX250 GPU. All variants of the device come with 8GB of RAM, while Sata SSD options start at 256GB and go up to 512GB.
Pricing for the laptop starts from 41,999 rupees, which is about $554. The unit above that costs 44,999 rupees or about $594, and the top configuration with the 512GB SSD and MX250 GPU will set you back at 47,999 rupees, or $634.
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The Mi NoteBook 14 Horizon Edition has a more modern design, with optional ten-generation i5 and i7 processors. The graphics card is MX350, with 8GB of RAM and 512GB SSD as standard. It’s clearly the higher end of the two variants, and carries itself more like a top-end device.
Now for pricing, the Horizon Edition starts at 54,999 rupees ($726) for the Core i5 model with a Sata SSD, while the top-of-the-line Mi Notebook with the Core i7 processor and NVMe SSD will set you back at 59,999 rupees ($792).
It should be noted that both variants of these Xiaomi Mi NoteBooks do now have built in webcams. Thankfully, Xiaomi has solved this by bundling every laptop sold with a free Mi Webcam HD, which should provide much better quality than most standard webcams.