Wednesday, June 27th 2018

Xiaomi Mi Laptop Air Launched in Spain, Ready to Rock in Europe

Xiaomi, the leading Chinese brand for electronic products, will release Mi Laptop Air 13.3" on June 27, 2018, at Palacio Neptuno in Madrid of Spain. Customers from Spain can place orders online on Xiaomi's Spanish official website or on e-commerce platform PC Componentes. People can also go to the four Xiaomi-authorized stores in Madrid and one in Barcelona to have a hands-on experience and order on site.

Mi Air 13.3" is a perfect combination of light and performance. The laptop comes with all-metal body which merely weighs 1.3kg and measures 14.8mm in thickness. It has a 1920×1080 resolution display with 5.59mm super-narrow bezel, and the frameless glass allows users to easily concentrate on the screen. The full lamination technology effectively reduces the air gap between the screen and the glass, delivering an outstanding display result. As for the overall appearance, the bead blasting process gives the laptop a fine touch feeling, and the dark grey color of the body, coupled with the black keyboard, conveys an elegant feeling.
In terms of configuration, Air 13.3" is equipped with an 8th-Gen Intel Core Processor, GeForce MX150 discrete graphics, an 8GB memory and a 256GB SSD, so as to meet all daily requirements of both work and entertainment. This laptop is shipped with preinstalled Windows 10 Home Edition and supports Windows Hello feature via fingerprint, meaning that users can log on with fingerprint, greatly enhancing safety and productivity. In addition, Air 13.3" has an outstanding cooling system, Dolby audio premium, and a long battery life. The powerful performance and premium user experience make this laptop the optimal choice for office workers and students.

Sticking to the philosophy of "good product, good price", Xiaomi Mi Laptop Air 13.3" will be available in early July at only €899.99. Noted for excellent performance and competitive price, Xiaomi's move in European market is highly anticipated by European customers. Xiaomi is confident in winning over the European customers with its premium quality.
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14 Comments on Xiaomi Mi Laptop Air Launched in Spain, Ready to Rock in Europe

#1
dj-electric
Anyone knows if it have the faster version of the MX150 or the "Max-Q" one?
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#2
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
But i thought Spain was part of the European Union??? Therefore shouldnt the title be "Xiaomi Mi Laptop Air Launched in Europe, Already Rocking Spain...."?
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Tartaros
FreedomEclipse
But i thought Spain was part of the European Union??? Therefore shouldnt the title be "Xiaomi Mi Laptop Air Launched in Europe, Already Rocking Spain...."?
Maybe they aren't selling in the rest of Europe yet. Pccomponentes is a growing computer store with good reputation here, probably they got an exclusive presentation.
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#4
Firedrops
This same laptop has been out for like a year? With these updated specs, half a year? Why does Spain deserve special mention?
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#5
Caring1
Xiaomi, the Chinese Apple, and priced accordingly.
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Tartaros
Caring1
Xiaomi, the Chinese Apple, and priced accordingly.
That's almost redundant.
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#7
Endeavour
Firedrops
This same laptop has been out for like a year? With these updated specs, half a year? Why does Spain deserve special mention?
Xiaomi has official stores/support in Spain, unlike many other european countries where you have to rely on 3rd party shops to import them and provide support.
Now they are releasing the Mi Notebook Air in Spain with a custom weird ANSI-ES keyboard (see first picture).
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#8
medi01
Price? Never mind.

dj-electric
Anyone knows if it have the faster version of the MX150 or the "Max-Q" one?
There is no desktop version of MX150, citizen.
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medi01
dj-electric
i wasn't talking about desktop.
max-q is a new buzzword for "mobile GPU", it "justifies" higher price, I guess.
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dj-electric
medi01
max-q is a new buzzword for "mobile GPU", it "justifies" higher price, I guess.
Max-q is actually gimped editions, an anti buzzword. Max-q editions are cheaper...
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medi01
dj-electric
Max-q is actually gimped editions
They are as "gimped" as mobile GPUs always were.

dj-electric
are cheaper...
Premium buzzword created to sell you stuff in superslim format for less money, makes perfect sense.
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R0H1T
dj-electric
Anyone knows if it have the faster version of the MX150 or the "Max-Q" one?
Nope, the MX150 is barely 25W TDP (probably similar in a slim chassis) so none will bother with a MaxQ version.
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dj-electric
medi01
They are as "gimped" as mobile GPUs always were.
No... they are just lower clocked versions of already-existing mobile GPUs, who in GTX10 series are actually barely gimped competed to the desktop counter parts.

R0H1T
Nope, the MX150 is barely 25W TDP (probably similar in a slim chassis) so none will bother with a MaxQ version.
But apparently they did. This laptop has a lower clocked version of the MX150, the 10-15W TDP one.
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