Xiaomi announced a few hours ago the new RedmiBook Pro 15, a high-performance computer that integrates the latest generation of Intel processors and offers a panel with 3.2K resolution. As always, it highlights the spectacular relationship between quality, price, and performance of a device that can already be purchased in China for around $1,095.
Beyond the internal novelties revealed by the spec sheet, the biggest leap compared to previous interactions is the resolution of its panel, with a 15.6-inch diagonal and a native resolution of 3,200 x 2,000 pixels. In practice, this means a significant leap in image quality, more space to work with, and a certain handicap when playing games, although it is true that gaming is not the goal of a computer like this.
RedmiBook Pro 15 specifications
- Intel Tiger Lake Core i5-11300H / Intel Core i7-11370H processor
- 16GB DDR4 3,200MHz RAM
- 512GB SSD
- NVIDIA MX450 dedicated GPU
- 15.6-inch LCD panel, 3.2K resolution
- WiFi 6, Bluetooth 5.1
- USB Thunderbolt, C, A, HDMI, and 3.5mm jack
- Backlit keyboard
- 720p webcam
- Fingerprint sensor
- 350.1×242.3×17.99mm, 1.79kg
- Price: Around $1,095
With this curriculum, it is obvious that we are facing a proposal capable of running Windows 10 and any office application with total fluidity. The dedicated GPU, meanwhile, will help you move all kinds of high-definition content although it falls short for particularly demanding tasks with 3D, such as the latest video games.
This RedmiBook maintains all the details that have made its predecessors a success: Solid aluminum construction with Apple-inspired aesthetics, backlit keyboard, integrated fingerprint sensor, and, above all, a breakthrough price. From $1,095 for the basic version, with an Intel Core i7 to around 811 for the top of the range, with the i7, dedicated graphics, and half a term of storage.
Regarding its arrival in some countries, there is no news at the moment. But it is available in China as of today.