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New Xiaomi Mi Gaming notebooks may come with either RTX 2060 or GTX 1660 Ti

The current Xiaomi Mi Gaming notebook. (Source: Xiaomi)
The current Xiaomi Mi Gaming notebook. (Source: Xiaomi)
Xiaomi is now rumored to have updates for its Mi Gaming notebook line in the works. The 2019 versions of these laptops may be powered by either the RTX 2060 or GTX 1660 Ti. This is not much of a stretch, as last year's models were powered by their effective predecessors.

A new rumor indicates that Xiaomi may be about to refresh its Mi Gaming notebook for 2019. At present, the details on this new potential laptop are few and far between. However, it is now speculated that it may come in variants with either NVIDIA's RTX 2060 or GTX 1660 Ti graphics on board. It is not clear which version (Max-Q or full notebook) of these cards is referenced in this leak.

To judge by last year's models, these GPUs may arrive in capacities of 6GB at least in these notebooks. In addition, unless Xiaomi has decided on a complete re-think for these putative machines, they may exhibit rather muted metallic cases that were originally intended to make them more stealthy in non-gaming environments. (Admittedly, this impression may have been disrupted somewhat whenever their RGB keyboards and "illuminated zones" got going.)

Should the 2019 Xiaomi Mi Gaming notebooks truly stick to the design language laid down by their predecessors, they are likely to be 15.6-inch PCs with screens of at least FHD resolutions. Additional specs for these devices cannot be guessed at as yet; however, as the most powerful SoC associated with this line to date is the Intel Core i7-8750H, the most likely upgrade in this case is simply the i7-9750H.


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Deirdre O Donnell, 2019-07-26 (Update: 2019-07-26)