Redmi gives first glimpse of Redmibook Pro with 11th-gen Intel Core processor

RedmiBook Pro to be the thinnest and most powerful laptop by Redmi to date

Redmi continues fueling the public interest for its upcoming announcement of the RedmiBook Pro. On February 25, Redmi is planning to present not only the Redmi K40 series of smartphones but it’ll also be presenting the RedmiBook Pro laptop.

As reported earlier, the RedmiBook Pro is expected to come in two variants – 14-inch and 15-inch display sizes. Moreover, the laptops will be powered by the Intel 11th-gen H35 processors and Nvidia GeForce MX450 graphics.

New RedmiBook Pro teaser displays the laptop for the first time

Previously, Redmi revealed the RedmiBook Pro on various teasers and posters piece by piece, such as a small piece of an aluminum body with USB Type-C, HDMI connectors, or the presence of a fully backlit keyboard.

Now, the latest teaser shared on the official RedmiBook page on Chinese microblogging site Weibo, displaying the laptop in full for the first time. In the poster, the entire RedmiBook Pro has been published and it shows the basic design including a thin-bezel display, an angular aluminum body, a large trackpad, a fully backlit keyboard, and more. In addition, the laptop also comes with a front-facing camera, fingerprint unlocking, and more.

RedmiBook Pro

It has been reported that the RedmiBook Pro is likely to be Redmi’s thinnest and most powerful laptop to date.

RedmiBook Pro to feature Thunderbolt 4

Moreover, Redmi has also hinted that the laptop will feature a Thunderbolt 4 interface. The Thunderbolt 4 interface isn’t just compatible with USB 4 but it can also connect to a dual 4K or even an 8K monitor.

While the highest bandwidth of Thunderbolt 4 is 40Gbps, it can provide up to 100W charge capability/power supply. Because of the main control certification and a few other reasons, the Thunderbolt 4 will be bundled with an Intel processor.

It has been confirmed that the RedmiBook Pro will be powered by the Intel 11th-gen Core H35 processor (featuring 35W standard voltage, which is 9 percent more than the 11th-gen core U series, and a whopping 40 percent more than 15W 11th-gen Tiger Lake CPU performance). For graphics, there will be Nvidia GeForce MX450 graphics, and there is also a 2K resolution screen, an NVMe solid-state drive, and tons of other features that will see the upcoming laptop breaking the notebook industry standards.

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