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Xiaomi Mi Laptop Pro presented with LCD screen, 120 hz and 100-watt charger

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In addition to the 15-inch version of the Xiaomi Mi Laptop Pro for those who prefer more compact devices and do not like OLED technology very much, a 14-inch model was presented today.

This model is 15.6 mm thick and weighs 1.5 kg, and its body is also made of 6-series aircraft aluminum. This model has an LCD display with a resolution of 2.5K with support for a refresh rate of 120 Hz and an aspect ratio of 16:10. This panel does not support High Dynamic Range HDR.

The 14-inch Xiaomi Mi Laptop Pro also comes with 11th Gen Core i5 or Core i7 processors and a GeForce MX450 GPU. The battery capacity has been reduced to 56 mAh, while it supports fast 100-watt charging. In this case, the laptop is equipped with only one port, Thunderbolt 4, so the gift port expander, like the older model, will definitely come in handy. Both laptops support Wi-Fi 6.

The 14-inch Xiaomi Mi Laptop Pro with Core i5, 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD is priced at $ 805. The Core i7 version is offered for $ 1,065.

Pre-orders will start on the 26th and sales will start on May 1st.

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New MacBook Air due next year with Mini-LED display like new MacBook Pro, M2 processor and MagSafe

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Several sources have shared details about the next generation MacBook Air. The well-known resource DigiTimes claims that the laptop will receive a Mini-LED screen like the recently debuted MacBook Pro. The new model will allow Apple to increase shipments of these notebooks by 2 million units per year. The report indicates that the 11-inch iPad Pro will also launch next year and will also receive a Mini LED screen.

iOS developer and Apple analyst, known on Twitter by nickname Dylan, has more details on the upcoming MacBook Air. According to him, the new product will be released in mid-2022, will receive support for MagSafe, a webcam that allows you to broadcast Full HD video, USB-C ports, a 30-watt charger. The device will be built on the M2 platform and will receive a completely passive cooling system. The bezels of the screen and keyboard will be reduced, and the top row of keys will become full-size. But there will be no FaceID system, SD card slot and HDMI video output.

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What does the “bangs” of an Apple laptop look like in reality: the first live photos and videos of the new MacBook Pros began to appear on the network

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Apple unveiled the all-new MacBook Pro laptops on Monday, October 18, but pre-orders are due to start only next Tuesday, October 26. Nevertheless, live photos and even videos with new laptops have already begun to appear on the network.

The main difference that immediately catches your eye is the cutout that appears on the screen. On Apple’s advertising images, the bangs are almost nowhere to be seen, they are skillfully disguised. And now, we can see what the “bangs” of the MacBook Pro looks like in reality.

A photo of a 14-inch MacBook Pro next to a 13-inch MacBook Pro of the previous generation was published by video blogger Luke Miani on his Twitter page. Miani was delighted with how the new product looks. As noted by Miani, the source of the photo was originally a Reddit user, but now it has already been deleted.

Also on Reddit, a video was found unpacking the novelty:

Finally, a press photo of Apple CEO Tim Cook, which shows the thicker chassis of the 16-inch MacBook Pro, cannot be overlooked.

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What’s missing in the new MacBook Pros yet? Support for external video cards did not appear here either.

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As you know, the first Apple laptops on the SoC M1 do not support external video cards. We now know this is true for the new M1 Pro and M1 Max-based MacBook Pros as well.

Despite the presence of Thinderbolt 4 ports, Apple’s new laptops lack support for external graphics cards, and the company has yet to explain this limitation. Perhaps it is primarily due to the Apple Silicon architecture.

Of course, we have already seen that, at least for the M1 Max, using an external video card may be pointless, but we will not mention the M1 Pro and the original M1.

Whether support for external video cards will appear in future Apple laptops with its own platforms is anyone’s guess. It is possible that GPU performance in Apple Silicon will grow at such a rate that discrete adapters will really not be useful in the corresponding bundles.

Recall also that the new MacBook Pro also lacks support for the latest standards for SD memory cards.

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