Leaked PPT Doc reveals New Renders & Specs of upcoming Xiaomi Notebook

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The Xiaomi Notebook laptop is tipped to be among the gadgets the Chinese tech giant will officially unveil in Beijing on July 27, though Xiaomi is yet to confirm that assertion. We don’t even know the official name of the device, neither has Xiaomi teased any press render about the specs, price and other details the Notebook will pack. However, that has not stopped new leaks from circulating almost on a daily basis about the ultra-slim Notebook PC.

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The latest leak being that of a Power Point presentation featuring supposedly key details about the laptop reputed to be a look-alike of the Apple MacBook Pro. The Power Point presentation reveals the price the Mi Notebook will launch carrying. The PPT document also resolves such nagging questions as to the specifications of the Notebook PC and then to spice things up, elegantly cool render images were featured on the Presentation revealing the Xiaomi Notebook laptop in its full glory.

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We must let you know at this point that the authenticity of the leaked Power point presentation cannot be guaranteed. It remains a rumor since it is a leak and was not officially from Xiaomi.

Xiaomi Notebook price

On the specs bench, the render document reveals the high-end version of the Xiaomi notebook will come equipped with an Intel Core i7-6700HQ processor with GTX 970 graphics card. The high-end Notebook laptop will also feature a 16GB RAM, 512GB Hard disk drive and a display with 4K resolution.

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The leak also reveals the Standard edition of the laptop will be powered by an Intel Core i5-6200U processor, and also feature an HD 520 graphics card, 8GB of RAM and also 256GB of internal memory.

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On the price, the High-end version of the Xiaomi Notebook PC is expected to start at 6699 yuan ($1003), while the Standard version will carry a price tag of 3,999 yuan ($599).


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