A little while back, Xiaomi announced that it would soon launch the successor to the 2018 iteration of their Mi Gaming Laptop. Since then we’ve gotten teasers and leaks for the device, but now we get an actual look at a physical unit. These images come straight from the Intel booth over at ChinaJoy 2019, so there’s literally no chance that these are fake.
Taking a glance at the design of the device itself, it seems to follow the same principles as previous Mi Gaming laptops. In fact, it’s practically the exact same chassis as the previous device. Absolutely no surprises here, though that’s not necessarily a bad thing. One of my favourite things about Mi Gaming laptops are the understated and simple designs.
As for the specifications, it seems to line-up pretty well with what the leaked specs. We’ve got a 9th Gen Intel Core i7-9750H processor, as well as the latest NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 GPU. Accompanying that we have 16GB of RAM, as well as a 512GB SSD. Perhaps the biggest change we’re seeing here is the new 72% NTSC display with a 144Hz refresh rate.
Overall, there’s not really all too much to say about the new Mi Gaming Laptop. Now, it’s possible there will be more variants of the device if all the leaks are true. Nothing too surprising here, but it’ll probably perform really well like the previous Xiaomi gaming laptops. We’ll have to wait a couple more days if we want to find out everything.