Xiaomi announces the RedmiBook Pro, the first ultra-notebooks to use the Intel Tiger Lake H35 – Xiaomi News

Although yesterday was a day of new launches including the Xiaomi Mijia Electric Shaver S700, today is new news related to Xiaomi laptops, specifically with the new Serie RedmiBook Pro.

As announced by Xiaomi, their new RedmiBook Pro will be presented shortly, like the lightest computers ever released. They will also do it with the latest from Intel, their Tiger Lake H35.

Just a few hours after these new processors were announced, Xiaomi has made it clear that it will be unot one of the first manufacturers to use them. It is therefore that the new RedmiBook Pro will become light and powerful gaming ultra-notebooks

The new RedmiBook Pro will add the Intel Tiger Lake H35 inside

Xiaomi will be one of the first manufacturers to use the Intel Tiger Lake H35 in its laptops.

The new one Serie Tiger Lake H35 de Intel has been advertised as a processors of Quad core Willlow Cove with Iris Xe graphics. In addition, within this series we find up to three different models:

  • Intel i7-11375H Special Edition
  • Intel i7-11370H
  • Intel i5-11300H.

The most powerful of them, the Intel Core i7-11375H becomes a 4-core, 8-thread CPU capable of reaching the 5.0GHz with a single core. In addition, it has support for DDR4-3200 (64GB) or LPDDR4X-4266 (32GB), as well as Thinderbolt 4 and up to four PCIe 4.0 lanes.

In short, the new RedmiBook Pro will be quite interesting laptops. In addition, they will be very light, without giving up a raw power for use in gaming.

It is expected that in the coming days we will at least know the presentation date of these new Xiaomi laptops that a priori we will only see in China but that without a doubt we would love to see in Europe and in practically all the countries where Xiaomi has officially arrived.

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