What a strange way to digitize the education system in India. Who knew it would take a pandemic to put every child behind a screen to get through schooling. Well, times are certainly moving fast and brands are moving faster to capitalize on the hot and rising demand. Laptops for schooling, and in this economy? The e-Learning Edition of the RedmiBook series is particularly aimed at school-going individuals. It’s got an Intel 11th Gen i3 with 8GB RAM and an option to choose between 256GB of SSD storage (₹41,999) and 512GB of NVMe SSD (₹44,999). If you can push your budget to ₹49,990, the RedmiBook Pro has all the givings of a budget laptop. An Intel 11th Gen i5 processor, 8GB RAM and 512GB of NVMe SSD. It also packs a 720p camera and built-in microphones so your teacher can see you not pay attention to the class, and it comes with a FullHD display so you can see the teacher and the presentation clearly on the 15.6in display. Like the Xiaomi Mi NoteBook 14 Horizon Edition we reviewed last year, you can expect the RedmiBook to feel and be stylized the same way.
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