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Xiaomi Mi Gaming Laptop 2019 with same old design spotted at ChinaJoy event

02 August 2019 0

Just recently we got to know that Xiaomi has a new gaming laptop to launch on August 4 and now we are seeing it live already. Spotted on Intel’s booth at the ongoing ChinaJoy event, the laptop was showing off itself with the same old design but new specifications.


The all-new Mi Gaming Laptop from Xiaomi is bearing the same design as the last year’s model. There are same thick bezels around the display and same chassis as well, but there are some significant changes in the specifications. Having an old design isn’t bad but a redesigned look or thin bezels would have looked better.


The listed specifications provided at the booth alongside the laptop go in-line with the leaked specifications. It’s powered by the 9th-gen Core i7-9750H processor and has the latest NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 GPU. Accompanying this setup is the 16GB RAM as well as 51GB SSD. The biggest change to notice is the new 72% NTSC display with a 144Hz refresh rate.

Again, the screen size is unknown and the battery capacity is also not written. For comparison, the last year’s model came with a 15.6-inch display with 1920x1080 pixels resolution and 60Hz refresh rate. We believe to hear more about the Mi gaming laptop 2019 at the scheduled event which will happen on August 4 as per the official teasers.

ChinaJoy or China Digital Entertainment Expo & Conference is a digital entertainment expo held annually in Shanghai, China.


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