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Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air comes in two versions: a 13.3-inch Xiaomi notebook, which is 13 percent slimmer and 11 percent lighter than Apple's similarly wide range, and an even lighter 12.5-inch one. No wonder that the larger one is the more efficient of the two with a 2.7 GHz Intel Core 5 CPU, 8 GB RAM, Nvidia GeForce 940MX graphic and a 256 GB SD card.
Xiaomi's 13.3in version has a standard connectivity port, unlike its smaller siblings, which Xiaomi says recharge to 50 percent in just half an hours. This 12.5" Mi Notebook Air uses a less high-performance Intel Core M3 CPU, 4 GB of RAM, built-in graphic and a 128 GB SSD.
It' s not clear whether Xiaomi's MacBook Air clone Xiaomi pair, available in either pure Au or Au, will be available in the UK. CNET, however, reports that the Mi Notebook Air will only be available in China, where the two will be available from 2 August at a price of £4,999 (around £580) and £3,499 (around £400).
And Xiaomi also presented the Redmi P pro phone at an upcoming Chinese show on Wednesday. Android 6.0, the first Xiaomi phone with an 5.5-inch Xiaomi OLED screen, is an affordable Android 6.0 phone.
Realistic looking MacBook Air Clone (Knock-off) unit.
A few weeks ago my boyfriend purchased the new MacBook Air 2016 via Taobao. Prize - 400USD. That' a very nice prize. You think it's the MacBook Air 2016? It'?s the MacBook Air Clone. It'?s the truth. Found our old contribution with a MacBook Air replica. Shenzhen' s techno-sweatshops have never seen an Apple look they weren't willing to pull off inappropriately, but this MacBook Air replica is a whole different thing, it even tears off the Apple MacBook Air uniform case for less than half the cost of the original thing.
And even the package looks just like Apple's ultra-portable. Rather than the Core 5 processor found in reality, this shutdown is driven by a 1.86GHz Intel Atom N2800 processor with an embedded GMA3600 graphics processor containing 2GB of random access memory (RAM) and 32GB of SSD. Comes with a MacBook-like keypad with squared keys, similar to a MacBook "chiclet" key.
Somewhat more heavy than the originals, about 100-200 g more. It'?s a little bigger, about 1 mm thick. We can see from this point of fact that the unit is actually fatter than the other one. Levy is 0,4 cm (0,16 inch) at the thinest point and 0,76 inch at the widest point.
Apple's lack of an Apple emblem is the only way to tell it apart from a genuine MacBook Air. What's the prize? Keep up for our complete reviews of this tough MacBook Air imitation uniform!