Xiaomi’s Mi Notebook Air is an interesting beast from the smartphone and home oriented company. On top of being their first laptop, the device is also interestingly priced against the company’s own Windows tablets. While we thought this might have limited its success, apparently it was successful enough to get a successor if these reports are true.
According to the report, the new Mi Notebook 2 will begin production some time in April. It’ll be made of lithium-magnesium alloy, which should provide a lighter and possibly thinner build than before. Design-wise, Xiaomi will supposedly follow the same design philosophy as the Air, which should mean Macbook-esque.
No tech specs have been unveiled, but the device is expected to be powerful and efficient than its predecessor. More exciting however is the claim that the Mi Notebook 2 will be priced competitively, though we’re not sure if it’ll be more or less competitive than the Mi Notebook Air. Whether that device was priced competitively or not is up to you to judge.
So far, we haven’t managed to get more news on the new Mi product. More about the device should begin to surface soon, so stay tuned for that. In the mean time, what do you think the spec sheet and design of the new Mi Notebook should be like? Should Xiaomi change up the design? What do you want to see in the spec sheets? Tell us down below.