Xiaomi launched the RedmiBook 13! – Everything you should know


Xiaomi launched the RedmiBook 13

Xiaomi has launched the RedmiBook 13 today. The highlight of the RedmiBook is its “Fullscreen” display that flaunts a staggering 89% screen to body ratio. Apart from the display, the RedmiBook is also powered by the 10th Generation Intel Core processor. The RedmiBook 13 will go on sale in China from December 12 and is all set to compete with the Huawei MateBook 13.

Talking about the display and sleekness, the RedmiBook 13 is superior to the Huawei MateBook 13. The MateBook 13 has an 88% screen to body ratio with bezels that are 4.4mm thick. The RedmiBook has claimed to have a custom fan that has the ability to boost the air volume by 25%. Just like its predecessors, this year’s RedmiBook also comes along with reduced noise up to 2 decibels.

RedmiBook 13 Configurations and Attributes

RedmiBook 13

The latest offering by the Chinese electronics company Xiaomi, the RedmiBook 13 sports, a very vibrant 13.3-inch Anti-glare display with support for Full HD resolution. Coming to the horsepower on this thing, the RedmiBook 13 is powered by the Intel Core 10th Generation processor, integrated with Nvidia GeForce MX250 graphics.

All of these capable specs bundled with the 8GB DDR4 RAM clocked at 2,666MHz makes the RedmiBook fly over anything you throw at it. Talking about the build quality, it is the same as the previous RedmiBooks i.e., a metal body. For a better heat dissipation or thermal control, the RedmiBook 13 has a dual heat pipe with a diameter of 6mm each.

For an amazing audio experience, the RedmiBook 13 supports a DTS surround sound audio, and for an even better typing experience, it comes with a chiclet-style keyboard. Backing all of those heavy configurations is the massive battery on the RedmiBook 13 that gives 11-hours of battery backup on a single charge, and according to Xiaomi, you can charge your RedmiBook 13 to 50% in just a mere 35 minutes.

Key Specifications

  • Display– 13.30-inch
  • Processor– Intel Core i7 10th Gen
  • Graphics- Nvidia GeForce MX250
  • RAM– 8GB 2666MHz DDR4
  • SSD– 512GB
  • OS– Windows 10
  • Weight– 1.23kg
Akshit Tiwari
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