Mi Notebook 14 (IC) was launched as the newest laptop offering from Xiaomi in India. The company first launched its laptop series on the Indian market in June last year with the Mi Notebook 14 and Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition. The Mi Notebook 14 (IC) is an extension of the series and has an Intel Core i5-10210U Comet Lake processor of the 10th generation and an integrated, integrated 720p HD webcam. The laptop has a 46-Whr battery that is said to offer a battery life of up to 10 hours.
Mi Notebook 14 (IC) price in India, sale
The Mi Notebook 14 (IC) costs from Rs. 43,999 in India. It is already available in a single silver color through Mi.com. It will also be available through Mi Homes, Amazon.in, Flipkart and retail partners. Mi.com lists 10 percent instant discounts with Axis Bank cards.
Mi Notebook 14 (IC) specifications
The Mi Notebook 14 (IC) runs under Windows 10 Home Edition and has a 14-inch full HD display (1,920 x 1,080 pixels) with anti-glare protection with an aspect ratio of 16: 9 and a screen proportion of 81.2 percent – Body ratio and 178 degree wide angle. It is operated with the 1.6 GHz quad-core processor Intel Core i5-10210U in combination with Intel UHD Graphics 620 and the option to integrate Nvidia GeForce MX250 graphics. There is up to 8 GB of RAM and up to 512 GB of SSD storage.
The Mi Notebook 14 (IC) ports include two Type A USB ports, a USB 2.0 port, an HDMI port, a combination of microphone and audio jack, and a DC jack. Connectivity options include Bluetooth v5 and Wi-Fi ac. The laptop has a 720p webcam and two 2W speakers on board. It weighs 1.5 kg and measures 323 x 228 x 17.95 mm. As already mentioned, the Mi Notebook 14 (IC) has a 46 Whr battery that supposedly offers a battery life of up to 10 hours. It comes with a 65W fast charger that will get you up and running from 0 to 50 percent in just over 35 minutes. The notebook is made of an aluminum and magnesium alloy that has been coated by anodized sandblasting.
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