The device is similar to many other notebooks aimed at professionals, but it stands out for gamers. However, according to Xiaomi, this is not due to the designer’s lack of ideas. Rather, it has made a very conscious decision to address even gamers who cannot be enthusiastic about unusual design elements, but like the hardware rather discreetly.
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Of course, the product leaves little to be desired on the part of the hardware:
- The core is Intel’s Core i7-7700HQ processor from the Kaby Lake series.
- This is supported by a Nvidia GTX 1060 GPU.
- The memory is 16 gigabytes.
- As a hard disk, the user gets 256 gigabytes of SSD and 1 terabyte hard disk space.
- The display measures 15.6 inches and offers a FullHD resolution.
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With this equipment, the notebook should cost around 1150 euros. For users with lower financial resources, Xiaomi also will also offer a low-cost version, in which only one GTX 1050 Ti-GPU, 8 gigabytes of RAM and 128 gigabytes of SSD capacity are available. The remaining equipment remains the same. This variant should come for around 770 euros.