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    Xiaomi's Mi Gaming Laptop comes with top-notch internals.

    At its Mi Mix 2S launch event in Shanghai, China, Xiaomi unveiled its first gaming-oriented notebook. The company announced the Mi Notebook Pro last year during the Mi Mix 2 event, but this time around Xiaomi is setting its sights on gamers with the Mi Gaming Laptop.
    The Mi Gaming Laptop features a similar design as the Mi Notebook Pro, with a brushed aluminum chassis devoid of any branding on the lid. It doesn't necessarily look like a gaming notebook, and that's by design as Xiaomi says it's designed to blend in at a workplace environment. What sets it apart is RGB lighting, centered around four zones around the body. As Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun put it, "it's mild on the outside, wild on the inside."

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    03-27-2018 04:00 AM

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