Mi Notebook Pro X Teased to Launch on June 30 With 45W Intel 11th Gen CPU, Nvidia GeForce RTX GPU

Laptops/Tablets

Mi Notebook Pro X has been teased by Xiaomi for a launch on June 30. According to the teaser, the laptop will come with the latest Intel processor and Nvidia GeForce GPU. The company shared a couple of posters on Chinese microblogging website Weibo suggesting the laptop will be unveiled in China first. Mi Notebook Pro X will join the other Mi Notebook Pro models such as the Mi Notebook Pro 15 OLED, Mi Notebook Pro 14, and others. They are thin and light laptops with slim bezels and impressive features.

Xiaomi took to Weibo to share through its Mi Notebook account that the Mi Notebook Pro X will be unveiled on June 30. According to the teasers, the Mi Notebook Pro X will be powered by an Intel 11-generation H35 SoC that can run at 45W. In a separate post, the company shared that this laptop will feature Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 3050Ti GPU. This would allow the laptop to run many modern games, albeit not at the highest settings. For now, not much else is known about the laptop.

Back in March, Xiaomi launched the Mi Notebook Pro 15 with an OLED display and the Mi Notebook Pro 14 in China. These laptop models came with up to an Intel 11th Gen Core i7-11370H CPU and up to Nvidia GeForce MX450 GPU. The Mi Notebook 15 starts at CNY 6,499 (roughly Rs. 72,900) while the Mi Notebook 14 starts at CNY 5,299 (roughly Rs. 59,400). These have not launched in the Indian market yet and it is unclear if the upcoming Mi Notebook Pro X will arrive here or not.

Speaking of the Indian market, Xiaomi only sells different versions of the Mi Notebook 14 here which include the regular model, Horizon Edition, IC model, and the e-Learning Edition.


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