Mi Notebook Air 12 and 13 get price cuts via resellers


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The first couple of Xiaomi laptops, the Mi Notebook Air 12 and 13 probably aren’t as popular as Xiaomi would’ve hoped for them to be. We’re assuming the reason behind this is the rather high cost of the product, combined with international shipping, etc.

News from China is that prices of the Mi Notebook Air are falling, both for the 12 and the 13-inch versions of the device. A little after launch we posted a hands-on article with the laptop, which you can find here.

The Mi Notebook Air in it’s 12 and 13-inch avatars can now be had for $888 and an attractive $579 respectively. Use the coupons below to activate the deals:

In related brand news, we recently posted the Redmi Note 4 review, and have the Redmi Pro review in the works! Is there any other Xiaomi review you would like to see here at GizChina? Let us know in the comments section below!

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10 Comments

  1. Pierre
    October 24, 2016

    At those prices, Xiaomi shouldve gone FULL Mac clone and made these 16:10. That’s what a lot of people like most about Macbooks. 16:9 windows can be found anywhere

    • rimakus
      October 24, 2016

      I thought apple patented 16:10?

      • Wolvie
        October 25, 2016

        LOL, apple is a damn troll patent.

  2. lolipop
    October 24, 2016

    Any news, if there will be in the near future a xiaomi mi pad 3?

  3. Pierre
    October 24, 2016

    At those prices, Xiaomi shouldve gone FULL Mac clone and made these 16:10. That’s what a lot of people like most about Macbooks. 16:9 windows can be found anywhere

    • rimakus
      October 24, 2016

      I thought apple patented 16:10?

    • Guest
      October 25, 2016

      LOL, apple is a damn troll patent.

  4. Guest
    October 24, 2016

    Any news, if there will be in the near future a xiaomi mi pad 3?

    • Zi Jin Cheng
      October 24, 2016

      None so far