AliExpress and Banggood are selling RedmiBook Pro 14 at really outrageous prices

It was only recently that Xiaomi has launched the RedmiBook Pro 14, but e-commerce giants such as AliExpress and Banggood, have already started taking orders for the new notebook.

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According to sources, the retailers are selling the laptop at far higher prices than Xiaomi is in China. AliExpress is more price-competitive than Banggood, although the RedmiBook Pro 14 still costs at least US$999.99 on AliExpress. But for that price, you will only get an Intel Core i5-1135G7 and no dedicated GPU.

For a GPU you will have to pay US$1,129.99 on AliExpress, or US$1,259.99 for a dedicated GPU and a Core i7-1165G7 processor. Seriously the prices way high up in the sky.

When Xiaomi launched the Notebook, it stated that the prices will be around CNY 4,449 (~US$728), or CNY 6,299 (~US$976) for the 15-inch model. So we expected the 14-inch model to have relatively less prices.

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Well, the prices are not much good on Banggood either. The RedmiBook Pro 14 starts at US$1,049.99 and rises to US$1,299.99 for the Core i7 and NVIDIA GPU.

The device comes with some good specifications, as it has an aluminium alloy chassis, a 16:10 aspect ratio display, 16 GB of RAM and a 512 GB PCIe SSD. It also comes with a 2,560 x 1,600 pixels display and supports 100% of the sRGB color space.

According to Xiaomi, it has up to 15 hours of battery life between charges, but it comes with a 56 Wh battery.

Xiaomi does not sell its Mi or Redmi laptops in Europe, the UK, or the US. Hence, third-party retailers like AliExpress and Banggood may be the only viable options for the RedmiBook Pro 14 and, by extension, the RedmiBook Pro 15. But the prices are outrageous.



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