Xiaomi increases its laptop portfolio with the new Mi Notebook Pro and Notebook Ultra.

The Xiaomi Mi NoteBook Ultra is the fancier of the two featuring an 11th-Gen Intel Core i7-11370H CPU that has a max clock speed of 4.8GHz. There’s also a cheaper model that has a 4.4GHz Core i5-11300H CPU.


Both models will feature an Intel Iris Xe graphics and 512GB NVMe SSD. However, the i7 only comes with 16GB memory while the i5 is available on both 8GB and 16GB models.

It then has a large 15.6-inch TrueLife+ display with a 3200 x 200 pixel resolution, 16:10 aspect ratio, and a smooth 90Hz refresh rate. DC Dimming and TUV Rheinland Low Blue Light features are also present to keep your eyes safe.


The Mi Notebook Ultra has a premium 6-series aerospace-grade aluminum body that only weighs about 1.7kg and 17.9mm thin.

It also boasts a full-size keyboard with 3 levels of backlight. Xiaomi also claims that its large 70Whr battery can last for 12 hours. It charges via a 65W adapter that can provide 50% of juice in just 45 minutes.


For ports, it has 1x USB Type-C, 1x Thunderbolt 4, 1x Type-A USB 3.2 Gen 1, 1x Type-A USB 2.0, and 1x full-size HDMI. It also comes with WiFi 6 and Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity.

The Xiaomi Mi NoteBook Ultra starts at INR59,999 (around Php40,600) for the i5-11300H/8GB model, INR63,999 (around Php43,300) for the i5-11300H/16GB, and INR76,999 (around Php52,100) for the top-tier i7-11370H/16GB.


On the other hand, the Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro is essentially the same. Only this time, it is physically smaller with its 14-inch 2560 x 1600 screen. Making it also lighter at 1.46kg and thinner at 17.3mm.

The Pro model also has a smaller 56Whr battery. The keyboard has a 1.5mm key travel, versus the 1.3mm of the Ultra version.


The Mi Notebook Pro i5-11300H/8GB has a price of INR56,999 (around Php38,600), i5-11300H/16GB for INR59,999 (around Php40,600), and i7-11370H/16GB for INR72,999 (around Php49,400).

It will be available in India starting August 31, while release details in markets like the Philippines are yet to be known.

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