The Redmi K40 and Redmi K40 Pro are not the only products Redmi will unveil on February 25. The manufacturer has also announced that it has a new Windows notebook coming that will launch as the RedmiBook Pro. Now a teaser poster shared today gives us an early look and it shows it is missing a feature.
The RedmiBook Pro is pictured showing off its metal chassis. The screen is half-opened, giving us a look at the bezels which appear to be pretty slim. Definitely not the thinnest we have seen on a notebook but noticeably slimmer than that of a lot of computers.
Redmi has gone for an island-style keyboard. However, there isn’t a dedicated numeric keypad which seems to be a bummer, and its lack thereof may be a dealbreaker for those who find the feature a necessity. Our guess is that this is the 14-inch model of the RedmiBook Pro, so there is a chance the 15-inch model might have a numeric keypad.
The poster also shows that the notebook has a wide trackpad below the keyboard and a groove in the chassis that should make it easy to lift the screen open.
The RedmiBook is shown in silver but we may also get a gray variant. Though we really wouldn’t mind seeing manufacturers experiment with brighter colors when it comes to notebooks.
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