Xiaomi Redmi Book 14 Thin And Light Laptop 2023: What about the specifications

Have you been waiting with bated breath for Xiaomi’s latest thin and light laptop? Well, new Xiaomi Redmi Book 14 2023 model is opening for pre-orders today and will be officially released on May 22. The i5-12500H version will start at just 3699 RMB ($530).

Xiaomi’s offering the new laptop with either an i5-12500H or i7-12700H processor, and the i7 model has even passed Intel’s Evo certification. With a max performance of 45W, this thing packs a real punch! It’s got dual fans and heat pipes to keep it running cool as a cucumber. And the 56Wh battery will keep you powered all day, while the 100W fast charging means you’ll be back to 100% in no time flat.

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What About The Display And Storage?

The 14-inch 2.8K display sports a 16:10 aspect ratio, 100% sRGB color gamut, and options for 60Hz or 120Hz refresh rates. Its passed TUV Rheinland’s low blue light cert and an SGS low visual fatigue cert, which ensures that you can use the laptop for extended periods without straining your eyes.

Storage and memory are solid with 512GB PCIe 4.0 and 16GB LPDDR5, and there’s even space to add a second M.2 drive. Despite all that power under the hood, this laptop’s a real lightweight at just 1.37kg and 15.9mm thin. The all-metal body and 180-degree hinge means it looks as good as it performs.

What About The Ports?

Connectivity includes 2 USB-A 3.2 Gen 1 ports, a USB-C, USB 2.0 port, HDMI 2.1 and a 3.5mm headphone jack, if you choose the i7 version, it comes with a Thunderbolt 4 port. The new Redmi Book 14 2023 thin and light laptop model seems to have it all for both work and play.

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