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Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air launched for P29k price, Beats MacBook Air in portability




As for the specs and price, the smaller 12.5-inch model is powered by an Intel Core m3 dual-core processor that provides close speed to the 4th gen Core i5. The CPU is paired with an 11.5 hours battery life, 4GB RAM LPDDR4, integrated graphics with 1080p resolution,  128GB SSD SATA storage, and Windows 10 Home operating system.

The advantages of the 12.5-inch Mi Notebook Air over the larger model are the weight and thickness and especially the battery life. With 1.07k weight and 12.9mm thinness, the 12.5-inch model, surprisingly, offers longer battery life of up to 11.5 hours than the 13.3-inch.

While tipping the scale at 14.8mm and 1.28kg weight, the bigger Mi Notebook Air features discrete GPU and powerful CPU, however. Both storage and RAM are beefier and faster on the bigger model, thanks to the 256GB SSD PCIe (3x speed) and 8GB RAM LPDDR4.
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