Xiaomi has announced on its official Weibo account that the RedMiBook Pro will be released on May 26.
This follows Redmi’s launch of its strongest lightweight notebook, RedMiBook Pro, at the K40 series in February.
The laptop is powered by Intel processors. RedMiBook Pro 14 is a 10nm Tiger Lake-U low-power processor, and the RedMiBook Pro 15 is a 10nm Tiger Lake-H processor. The highest equipped NVIDIA MX450 is shown alone.
Now Redmibook Pro is about to launch Ryzen Edition. It is reported that Redmibook Pro is the first use of AMD chips in the Redmi notebook Pro series. It is equipped with AMD ZEN3 architecture Ryzen 5000 standard voltage processor, based on the 7nm process to build, with higher frequency and open overcaging function. All lines support SMT technology.
The Ryzen 5000 series Zen3 architecture level 3 cache is upgraded to 16MB, doubling the capacity while unified design. All cores can be shared access to significantly reduce data latency. The CPCC co-processor performance control can be adjusted for different performance and power consumption requirements, meeting low-end hyperthreading requirements while reusing to meet user requirements.