These laptops can be used for light gaming as well as internet browsing and some office work and it does not lag behind when it comes to multitasking.
As the new entrant in remote and online work, learning time in the laptop segment in India after a very competitive phase, Redmi, the sub-brand of Mi India, has entered the laptop category with two laptops. The company has introduced RedmiBook Pro and RedmiBook e-learning edition. The RedmiBook Pro is available with a starting price of Rs 49,990, while the RedmiBook e-learning device will cost a starting price of Rs 41,999 for the 256 GB and Rs 44,999 for the 512 GB variant.
The RedmiBook e-learning device is specially designed for the enthusiastic students. Be it school going students, college going youth or office going workers. In terms of design, the RedmiBook e-learning device comes with a polycarbonate chassis with a brushed metal finish. It weighs 1.8 kg and is 19.9 mm thin. The laptop has a large multi-touch trackpad and 1.5mm keyboard with Windows Precision drivers.
These features and specifications will be available in the laptop
Laptops cannot be called lightweight. However, at the same time there will be no problem in moving the device from one place to another. The laptop has a 15.6-inch full-HD display. Whose resolution is 1,920 x 1,080 pixels. It is given in 60 Hz refresh rate. The device also sports a 720 pixel webcam on the front for video calls and dual microphones.
We found that the laptop offers the right level of brightness. Also, we noticed that the color reproduction remains intact even when you are viewing the screen from different angles. In terms of chipset, the RedmiBook e-learning version is equipped with 11th-gen Intel Core i3-1115G4 Tiger Lake SoC and 8GB of DDR4 RAM. This laptop is available in two storage variants – 256GB and 512GB option.
The device can be used for light gaming as well as internet browsing and some office work and it does not lag behind when it comes to multitasking. We found it comfortable and believe that it can be a good device for students and office goers who do not demand much from their laptops.
Connectivity options include a USB-A port, Bluetooth 5.0, a 3.5mm headphone jack, a USB-C port, WiFi and an HDMI port. The laptop runs on Windows 10 and the good thing is that it is also eligible for a free Windows 11 upgrade when available.
It comes pre-installed with older versions of Microsoft Office Home and Student, which can be good news for many users. In the case of battery, the company claims that it can last for about 10 hours on a single charge. 41,999, the RedmiBook e-learning device is a good choice for learning and basic office work.
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