RedmiBook 14 with an Intel Core i7 processor launched

Chinese manufacturing giant, Xiaomi, has finally released its first flagship smartphone from its Redmi sub-brand, Redmi K20 series at the Beijing University Gymnasium. The company also released its first notebook, RedmiBook 14 in the press conference. The RedmiBook 14 had passed through the Bluetooth SIG certification process earlier this month and most of the specs have been released. However, this is the official information from Redmi.

RedmiBook 14

Redmi started by stating why it released a notebook. The company believes that in the future of AIoT strategy, notebooks will be the sub-center of human-computer interaction. For this reason, Redmi hopes to have a high-performance and high-value notebook.  The RedmiBook 14 comes with a 14-inch full HD display with a full-size keyboard, anti-glare matte screen, 5.75mm bezels, and an 81.2 screen-to-body ratio. It comes with an all-metal integrated body which was designed using the sandblasting anode process.

RedmiBook 14

It uses a silver metal body which measures 309.6 mm x 210.9 mm x 14.8 mm and weighs 1.5 Kg which gives it a razor-thin profile. Under the hood, The RedmiBook 14 features the new 8th generation Intel Core i7 processor with NVIDIA GeForce MX250 discrete graphics. It comes with the Xiaomi smart fingerprint unlock 20 which unlocks this notebook in 1.2 seconds. In addition, the smart ultra low power standby can instantly activate this device when needed.

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RedmiBook 14

According to Redmi, the RedmiBook 14 comes with a 10 hours battery life which can easily meet up with our daily needs. It also comes with a professional DTS sound and a genuine Microsoft Office.

The RedmiBook 14 top version with Intel Core i7 processor is priced at 4,999 yuan ($724) while the standard version with a Core i5 processor will sell for 3,999 yuan ($579). Both versions will officially hit the market on June 11.


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  1. Robbo5ooo
    May 28, 2019

    As good as Xiaomi have become at making phones, they’re still a long way behind Asus when it comes to making laptops and netbooks, etc.

    • Cinegain
      May 28, 2019


      Been an avid proponent of Asus laptops. Had 2 top-of-the-line Sony VAIO’s at some point… then the ASUS N56VZ. Had the MSI Prestige PE60-2QE, but quickly realized it wasn’t as nice as the ASUS. Now I have another ASUS again, the ZenBook Flip 15 UX561UD and it’s just the best. Great value, specs and it actually translates well in practice! Love how silent and cool it stays.

    • Andrew
      May 29, 2019

      and you post 0 arguments
      ASUS is an overpriced brand with unneeded functions like weird displays-in-touchpad, touchscreens etc.
      For now ASUS is far behind Huawei in terms of notebooks
      Xiaomi is just everything I need, and cheaper, but they are slow lauching their products
      But still their pro 15.6 is a top choice for the price except for its weight
      All other machines look overpriced or lack good design, have weird connectors etc.

  2. freedomstolen
    May 28, 2019

    Sadly the built-in software is good to be riddled with ad and spyware, just as Xiaomi’s phones are. However, we can reformat the same. Unsure if the “genuine MS Office” will be a separately downloadable installation from Redmi’s website.

  3. Cinegain
    May 28, 2019

    i7 yay (^^,)
    MX250 nay (-__-“)