Xiaomi prepares its first notebook

Xiaomi prepares its first notebook

We have become used to associating the Chinese company Xiaomi with smartphones but very soon we will start relating it with notebooks too. Xiaomi is currently working on its first notebook that is supposed to appear in Q2 2016.

There are not too many tech details on the upcoming notebook but it will have a 12.5-inch display and Windows 10 for sure. The notebook was supposed to appear in Q1 2016 but was pushed back so that Xiaomi can create a better sales network with various dealers and companies across the world. The still nameless device will be unveiled on March 29 and will enter mass production in May of this year with wide market availability expected in June. In addition there will be just one model and not two as previously expected.

Xiaomi plans to produce up to one million units of the new notebook so the company has high hopes it will sell all of them. It is too early to talk about pricing but the display size and the number of produced notebooks suggest that the first Xiaomi notebook will not break the bank.

Source: Fudzilla.com

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