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Mi NoteBook Ultra and Pro: price in India, specs, and sale date

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Mi NoteBook Pro and Mi NoteBook Ultra laptops have been unveiled in India today. These are the company’s first set of premium laptops for the Indian market and both laptops pack in features like a high-resolution display, metallic build, a fingerprint sensor, and a built-in webcam. 

The two new premium laptops were unveiled in India at the Xiaomi Smarter living 2022 event along with several other products. Since the RedmiBook laptops took last year’s Mi NoteBook 14’s position with respect to the price band, the new Mi NoteBook Pro and Ultra are priced much higher than last year's model. 

The company told us these laptops are built after taking feedback from the Mi NoteBook 14 series from 2020. As a result, you are getting an integrated webcam, backlit keyboard, more RAM, and better display. 

Let’s take a look at the pricing, availability, specs, and features of the Mi NoteBook Ultra and Pro laptops in detail. 

Cut to the chase:

  • What is it?  Mi NoteBook Ultra and Mi NoteBook Pro
  • When is it launching? August 26
  • How much does it cost? starts at Rs 56,999

Xiaomi Mi NoteBook release date and price

Both the Xiaomi Mi NoteBook Pro and Ultra will be available in three variants. Two of these come with Intel Core i5 processor while you also get Core i7 variant. The Mi NoteBook Pro price starts at Rs 56,999 while the Mi Notebook Ultra price starts at Rs 59,999. 

The laptops will go on sale starting August 31 on Amazon, Mi.com, Mi Homes. In terms of offers, you get Rs 4,500 instant discount for i7 variant while you can grab Rs 3,000 instant discount for the Core i5 variants of both laptops. This offers is valid for HDFC band credit card users only. 

Mi NoteBook UltraMi NoteBook Pro
i5 + 8GBRs 59,999Rs 56,999
i5 + 16GBRs 63,999Rs 59,999
i7 + 16GB Rs 76,999Rs 72,999

Check out Mi NoteBook 2021 on Amazon

Mi NoteBook Pro: Rs 56,999 | Rs 59,999 | Rs 72,999

Mi NoteBook Ultra: Rs 59,999 | Rs 63,999 | Rs 76,999

Sale date: August 31

Offers: Up to Rs 4,500 off with HDFC band credit card

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Xiaomi Mi NoteBook 2021 display and design

Starting off the list with one of the biggest improvements we are going to witness on the new laptop. The Mi NoteBook 2021 is confirmed to come with a higher resolution display with 6.4million pixels, 16:10 aspect ratio, 100% sRGB colour gamut space, and even a high refresh rate. While the company has not confirmed the exact resolution or the screen size, we are expecting a 2K display on a 14-inch or a 15.6-inch display. As for the refresh rate, we might witness a 90Hz display on the Mi NoteBook 2021. 

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In terms of design, the Mi NoteBook 2021 is said to come with a unibody design with a metallic finish. The company says the laptop will be built with Aerospace-grade Series 6 aluminium alloy which should also bring down the weight 一 we can expect the laptop to weigh under 1.5 Kgs.

Xiaomi Mi NoteBook 2021 specs and features

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In the performance department, Mi India has already confirmed the Mi NoteBook 2021 will be using Intel Core processors and in a Twitter poll, the 11th gen TigerLake H35 CPU was also confirmed. We do not have any information on the RAM and storage part yet, but this time around we are also expecting to add more RAM and give consumers more options, unlike the Mi NoteBook 14 series which came with only an 8GB RAM option. 

Furthermore, as for the ports, the Mi NoteBook 2021 will come with a Thunderbolt 4port(Type-C) which can be used to connect to an external device. The other two major inclusions come in the form of a backlit keyboard and integrated webcam 一 both of which were not on the last-gen laptops. The Mi NoteBook 2021 will bring three-level backlit keyboards which should make it easier to work after sunset. Lastly, the laptop will also bring a fingerprint scanner and Windows Hello support 一 adding an extra layer of security. 

Xiaomi Mi NoteBook 2021 specs

  • 2K+ display, 16:10 aspect ratio
  • 100% sRGB color gamut
  • 90Hz/120Hz high refresh rate 
  • Backlit keyboard
  • Fingerprint scanner + Windows Hello
  • Thunderbolt port
  • Unibody metal design 
  • Intel 11th Gen core processors

Xiaomi Mi NoteBook 2021: What we want to see

16GB RAM option

Last year’s Mi NoteBook 14 series was limited to just 8GB RAM across all variants and it was also a soldered slot. This time around, with the Mi NoteBook 2021, we’d like to see Xiaomi offer a 16GB RAM option for power users. 

Competitive pricing 

With laptop prices going up for multiple reasons in the past few months, we’d like to see Xiaomi aggressive pricing in the laptop segment like they do with their smartphones. 


SD card slot

With most people and content creators using the laptop on the go, it would be ideal for them to transfer the content from camera to laptop with the inclusion SD card slot. 

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26 Aug 2021

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