This is Xiaomi’s first convertible tablet with Windows 11


Xiaomi wants to be that too Alternative to Microsoft’s Surface devices with the official launch of its first convertible tabletwhich, together with other devices, is beginning to reach the European markets.

The new Xiaomi Books 12.4″ It features a 12.4-inch LCD touchscreen with a 16:10 aspect ratio that offers 2560 x 1600p resolution images with a maximum brightness of 500 nits and 100 percent coverage of the DCI-P3 color space .

Inside houses the Qualcomm Snapdragon™ 8cx Gen 2, one of the most advanced ARM processors for computers today, available in a unique configuration with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal storage, which could be more than enough for most users.

It also has a 5 MP front camera (capable of recording videos with FullHD resolution) and a 13 MP rear camera, two microphones, two 2 W speakers, and a battery capacity of 4,920mAh with support for the company’s 65W fast charging system.

According to Xiaomi, the device should last up to 13 hours and 24 minutes per charge. In addition, the number of integrated ports is quite limited with only one USB-C port and a headphone jack, as well as a microSD card reader.

The new bet for mobile productivity

Users can use this device as a standalone tablet running Windows 11 or as a laptop, for which they have to purchase the keyboard independently at a price of around 150 euros.

You will also need to purchase the stylus independently if you plan to use it in this model.with 4096 pressure levels, two quick access buttons and Bluetooth compatibility.

The company will offer its Xiaomi Book S 12.4″ convertible tablet at the price of 699 euros, a hundred euros less if you buy it in the first 48 hours of sale, along with other additional advantages to be among the first to take into account that it hits stores on June 30th.

More information: Xiaomi

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