Redmi has just announced a new, affordable gaming laptop. The-Redmi-G is a mind-bending $760, starting price and goes up to £ 1000 and without any compromises with the hardware. Of course, the prices for the Chinese market, so if the device ever makes it out of China, they are subject to change.
You will get a 16.1-inch display featuring super-thin bezels force the Redmi is to move the webcam to the base ring. What’s more important, though, is the fact that the panel supports a 144Hz refresh rate with a 1080p resolution, 100% sRGB coverage, regardless of the configuration you choose.
Driving all those pixels is an Intel ® Core i5-10200H configuration is combined with an Nvidia ® GeForce ® GTX 1650 to the GPU, which is the lowest level of an option or the intel Core i5-10300H CPU with a GRAPHICS card from 1650 to the Ti, the option is priced at about $900. The expenditure of an additional us $100 gets you a top-up configuration, with a Core i7-10750H with the BEST from 1650 to the Ti. However, there has been no word on G-Sync in the initial screen.
The thin chassis houses a small 55Wh battery, and this power-hungry hardware, even the Redmi doesn’t promise anything beyond the 5.5 hours of light web browsing and work. In spite of it’s slim design, however, the Redmi promises to be an exceptional cooling performance is provided by two large air vents, and three heat pipes. There are vents on each side, plus two more on the back.
Redmi s cooling system
Speaking of the chassis, the Redmi G to make a lasting impression with a slim, sharp design and an all-around great pad, without affecting too much of the common gaming aesthetic. We could not find any info on the materials used, so that we may assume that plastic is the main order of the day.
The notebook will restart on the 17th of August, and the pre-orders in China have already started.
Source (in Chinese)