Lenovo announced that Xiaoxin Pro 13 2020 will go on sale on March 24, 2020. The company also announced that Xiaoxin Pro 13 will come with MX350 discrete GPU. The GPU is loaded with stream processors making it 20% better in performance than MX250.
The new notebook features a 13.2-inch screen which offers 16:10 screen with 90% screen to body ratio. Furthermore, it offers a resolution of 2560x 1600 and supports 100% sRGB, DC dimming, and 300nit brightness.
For its body, the notebook comes in a metal body and weighs only 1.28 kg. For security purposes, it comes with face recognition which helps to turn the notebook on immediately after opening it.
Even though the original mold is still being used for the Lenovo Xiaoxin Pro 13, Lin Lin claims that it will be slightly more expensive than the previous model since MX350 is costlier than the MX250.
In terms of configuration, Lenovo Xiaoxin Pro 13 uses, like its previous model, Intel’s latest 10th generation i5 / i7 processor of which the i7 has 6 cores and 12 threads, and supports 35W performance mode. It will be available in two memory variants with 8GB and 16GB of RAM with the standard 512GB of memory.
The notebook comes with a built-in 56Wh large-capacity battery with fast charging capacity. It can charge up to 80% of its battery capacity in just one hour, and a single charge will power the notebook up to 9.7 hours. Other specifications include 2 multi-functional Type-C ports and a standard Type-A USB port. The product also supports the latest WiFi 6 wireless standard.
For the prices of the 2019 model at launch, the version with i5 processor, 8GB RAM, 512GB storage and integrated graphics was 4999 yuan, the version with i5 processor, 16GB RAM, 512GB storage and MX250 5699 yuan, and the version with i7 processor, 16GB RAM, 512GB storage and MX250 6599 yuan.