For the school
Stuff India|September 2021
Now that everyone’s pushed to the digital side of doing business and studies. Affordable laptops and smartphones are selling like hot bhajyas in Lonavala.
XIAOMI REDMI BOOK 15 PRO
₹49,990 / stuff.tv/in

Firstly, there’s nothing ‘Pro’ about the RedmiBook 15. It’s as basic as any budget laptop. Albeit, it’s bloody fast. Rapid enough to boot in a jiffy and have you answering questions in Zoom class at the drop of a hat. The 512GB PCIe NVMe SSD on this thing demands credit and it always helps to drop the extra cash and not be stuck with a non-NVMe SSD laptop.

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