RedmiBook India Launch: Xiaomi All Set To Disrupt Laptops In India With RedmiBook!

RedmiBook India Launch: Xiaomi All Set To Disrupt Laptops In India With RedmiBook!
RedmiBook India Launch: Xiaomi All Set To Disrupt Laptops In India With RedmiBook!

Xiaomi laptops will soon be available in India starting with RedmiBook laptop. Currently the number one smartphone and TV brand in India, Redmi laptops will launch in India soon.

Xiaomi has registered the RedmiBook trademark in India.

The Redmi laptops are quite popular in China, and it could turn out to be a big hit in India as well. The RedmiBook will be much more affordable compared to the existing ultrabooks from, Acer, Dell and HP.

Xiaomi Set To Enter Indian Laptop Market: Redmi Laptops Coming To India

The number one smartphone and TV brand in India, is now all set to enter the aggressive laptop market in the country. Xiaomi has registered the RedmiBook name in India and it directly hints at an India launch in a few months.

Xiaomi already sells laptops in China, and it also now sells a new range under the Redmi brand.

It has two laptop series available currently namely Mi NoteBooks and RedmiBook laptops. The RedmiBook laptops are affordable toned-down ultrabooks, and till now the separated Redmi brand have unveiled two laptops: RedmiBook 13 and RedmiBook 14.

RedmiBook 13, RedmiBook 14 Specs: What You Get?

The first Redmi laptop comes with a 14-inch IPS LCD display featuring a Full HD panel. It was launched alongside Redmi K20 back in May 2019, and it’s available with different processors including Intel Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7.

The second Redmi laptop, the Redmibook 13, was launched alongside the Redmi K30 in December 2019. RedmiBook 13 comes with a smaller 13.3-inch Full HD+ display with narrow bezels.

As RedmiBook 14, the RedmiBook 13 also comes in options of 10th Gen Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors. 

There’s 8GB RAM inside RedmiBook 13 as standard onboard storage while a 512GB SSD storage is present on all the models. It runs on Nvidia MX250 graphics card. 

The RedmiBook 14 comes with two USB 3.0 ports, one USB 2.0 port an HDMI port.

On the other side, the Redmi laptop comes with a 3.5mm headphone jack. 

It’s the first laptop from the newly independent Redmi brand. The RedmiBook 14 runs the 8th generation Intel core i7 processor with NVIDIA GeForce MX250 to support the graphics.

Coming to storage and RAM, the laptop will be available in multiple RAM configurations with upto 8GB of RAM. 

As of now, the RedmiBook 14 will up for sale in two different storage variants. The base model will come with 256GB of flash storage, while the top model will have 512GB flash storage.

The processors will differ depending upon the storage configurations. RedmiBook 14 laptop comes with Bluetooth 4.0 support. 

The Redmi laptop runs on the latest Windows 10 Home out of the box. There’s a full-size island-style backlit keyboard, similar to Apple laptops. The size is very compact and lightweight with an all aluminium metal design on the out featuring a solid build weighing around 1.3kgs.

RedmiBook India Launch, Pricing: Redmi Laptops In India

Xiaomi has RedmiBook name registered, so the company will start with the low-end lightweight ultrabooks in the country. Known for it’s cut-throat pricing, the company will price the Redmi laptops quite aggressively. 

It may either bring both the 13-inch model and 14-inch model, or one at a time.

Both the RedmiBooks will come with premium specifications at around the same price as China. 

In China, RedmiBook 14 starts at Yuan 3,999 (Rs 40,300), going way up to Yuan 4,999 (INR 50,400) for the top model.

Starting with the top-end variant, the RedmiBook 14 with 8GB of RAM and 512GB flash storage will cost will cost Yuan 4,999 (INR 50,4000). RedmiBook 13 falls in the same pricing bracket.

The 256GB variant of the RedmiBook 14 with the Core i5 processor will sell at Yuan 3,999 (Rs 40,300). Finally, the 512GB RedmiBook 14 model running on Core i5 processor will cost Yuan 4,299 (Rs 43,350).

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