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    Xiaomi NoteBook Pro 120 and 120G with 12th Gen Intel Core i5 processor launched in India

    Xiaomi NoteBook Pro 120 and the Xiaomi NoteBook Pro 120G laptops will be available to purchase in India starting September 20, 2022, via the Mi India e-store, Mi Homes, and other retail stores.

    Xiaomi NoteBook Pro 120 and 120G with 12th Gen Intel Core i5 processor launched in India

    Xiaomi NoteBook Pro 120 and the Xiaomi NoteBook Pro 120G laptops will be available to purchase in India starting September 20, 2022, via the Mi India e-store, Mi Homes, and other retail stores.

    By Sumit Roy

    August 31, 2022 at 1:52 pm IST

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    The Xiaomi NoteBook Pro 120 comes with integrated Intel UHD graphics, while the NoteBook Pro 120G includes an Nvidia GeForce MX550 GPU.

    Both laptops are powered by a 12th Gen Intel Core i5-12450H processor paired with 16GB of RAM and 512GB of storage.

    Xiaomi NoteBook Pro 120 series packs a 56Wh battery and comes with a 100W Type-C power adapter.

    Xiaomi has launched the NoteBook Pro 120 and the NoteBook Pro 120G laptops in India. Both laptops feature a 14-inch 2.5K Mi-TrueLife display, 12th Gen Intel Core i5-12450H processor, 16GB RAM, 512GB onboard storage, 3-level backlit keyboard with dedicated macro keys, HD webcam, and two 2W stereo speakers with DTS audio processing app support.

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    1. Xiaomi NoteBook Pro 120 and 120G specifications

    2. Pricing and availability

    Xiaomi NoteBook Pro 120 and 120G specifications

    The Xiaomi NoteBook Pro 120 and the Xiaomi NoteBook Pro 120G feature a 14-inch 2.5K (2560 x 1600 pixels) Mi-TrueLife display with a 16:10 aspect ratio, 120/ 90/ 60 Hz adjustable refresh rate, DC dimming, and 100-percent sRBG wide color gamut. The laptops are powered by 12th Gen Intel Core i5-12450H 2Ghz (max clock 4.4 GHz) processor paired with 16GB of LPDDR5 5200MHz dual channel RAM and 512GB of PCIe Gen 4 storage.

    The Xiaomi NoteBook Pro 120 comes with integrated Intel UHD graphics, while the NoteBook Pro 120G includes an Nvidia GeForce MX550 GPU. The laptops run Windows 11 operating system out of the box and have a multi-touch touchpad with Windows Precision drivers support. Xiaomi NoteBook Pro 120 series packs a 56Wh battery and comes with a 100W Type-C power adapter, which is compatible across USB Type-C and Thunderbolt 4 ports.

    Connectivity options include dual-band 802.11ax Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth version 5.2, a USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C port, a Thunderbolt 4 port, a USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A port, an HDMI 2.0 port (supports 4K resolution up to 60 Hz), and a 3.5mm combo jack. Xiaomi NoteBook Pro 120 series comes with a 720p HD webcam and a fingerprint scanner built into the power button for Windows Hello support.

    Lastly, the laptops measure 15.9 x 315.6 x 220.4 mm and weigh 1.4 kilograms.

    Pricing and availability

    The Xiaomi NoteBook Pro 120 is priced at Rs. 69,999, while the Xiaomi NoteBook Pro 120G costs Rs. 74,999. Both variants will be available to purchase in India starting September 20, 2022, via the Xiaomi India website, Mi Homes, Amazon, and other retail stores.

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    Xiaomi NoteBook Pro 120 and the Xiaomi NoteBook Pro 120G laptops will be available to purchase in India starting September 20, 2022, via the Mi India e-store, Mi Homes, and other retail stores.

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    Fulfills all my needs.

    Light Weight 100% sRGB Dedicated Graphics

    Latest generation of processor

    But very hesitant to invest this much on Xiaomi. And other brands don't have any offerings which fulfills the following needs.

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    How to enable a Precision Touchpad for more gestures on your laptop

    This brand new guide shows you how it is possible to install Microsoft Precision trackpad drivers on any laptop with Elan or Synaptics drivers like the HP Spectre x360 or Razer Blade.

    How to enable a Precision Touchpad for more gestures on your laptop

    By Daniel Rubino last updated August 30, 2017

    Have a great laptop but don't like the trackpad? This easy guide can show you how to replace your Elan or Synaptics drivers with the preferred Microsoft Precision ones instead!

    Windows trackpads are one of the biggest criticisms that users have when it comes to modern laptops. Much of that disapproval is alleviated if PC manufacturers just utilize Microsoft's Precision Touchpad drivers as we routinely mention in our Windows Central laptop reviews.

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    Today, I'm excited to show you how to install and enable Precision Touchpad drivers on what should be any laptop that uses Synaptics or Elan drivers. Originally spotted on Reddit this quick guide will breathe new life into your premium Windows laptop.

    To be clear, we are talking about a bit of a "hack" and not an official solution, so make sure to do a quick backup just in case.

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    What we are doing

    Before we begin, let me explain how this all works. Precision Touchpads are a combination of a multitouch physical trackpad and the drivers that power the gestures and movement. Most high-end laptops use glass/metal trackpads with multi-gesture support.

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    Where they vary is the driver choice. HP, for instance, uses Synaptics for its Spectre series of premium laptops. Razer is using Synaptics on the 14-inch Razer Blade, but have switched to Precision drivers for the new Razer Blade Stealth and Razer Blade Pro. The same for MSI who use Elan drivers on its Stealth Pro line of gaming laptops.

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    All we are doing is installing the Microsoft Precision drivers and replacing the Synaptics or Elan ones. The drivers come from Lenovo (Synaptics) and Softpedia (Elan).

    Why do it?

    The rule of thumb is Microsoft's Precision drivers are made for Windows 10 and customized by Microsoft themselves for the "ideal" trackpad experience.

    Most users consider the sensitivity, movement, and gestures of Precision to be better than Synaptics or Elan.

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    What have we tested this on?

    We have verified that this trick works on Razer Blade (2016 and 2017 editions) and HP Spectre x360 13- and 15-inch models. We've done it multiple times across five different devices, and all worked.

    Others have confirmed it is working on the Dell Alienware 14 (2013), HP Pavilion 15, some Asus laptops with Elan, Acer Aspire M5, and more.

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    What you need

    For most users, just getting the drivers below is all you need.

    For Razer Blade owners, however, I recommend having a wired or wireless mouse on standby as the process temporarily kills the trackpad (you can, of course, still navigate via keyboard).

    First, to figure out which driver you need – Synaptics or Elan – just do the following:

    Right-click on Start

    Choose Device Manager

    Double-click Mice and other pointing devices

    See if it says Elan Input Device or Synaptics HID TouchPad

    Once you know which drivers you currently have you can grab the ones you need:

    Download Synaptics driver from Lenovo

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    Download Elan driver from Softpedia

    Save these to the device you in which you are replacing the drivers.

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    How to install Precision Touchpad drivers

    Now it's time to install the driver. The entire process should take no longer than five minutes.

    While there is no permanent damage from this guide, I do stress to make sure you follow the directions correctly to ensure that you do it right. If this doesn't work for you, there is a good chance you did not precisely follow the instructions!

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    Installing Precision drivers

    Unzip the downloaded drivers to a temporary directory and make a note of where they are.

    Right-click on Start.

    Choose Device Manager.

    Double-click Mice and other pointing devices.

    Right-click on Synaptics/Elan device.

    Choose Update driver.

    Click Browse my computer for driver software.

    Select Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer.

    Pick Have Disk….

    Choose Browse… and navigate to the folder where you extracted the Precision drivers.

    Select Autorun.inf from the directory of Precision drivers.

    Select Synaptics Pointing Device (or Elan) and then Next.

    On the Update Driver Warning choose Yes.

    Let the driver install and restart the PC to enable

    That should be it.

    For Razer Blade owners doing the above will kill the trackpad. Don't worry! Restart the PC and then repeat steps one through six above. However, instead of step 7 in its place choose Search automatically for updated driver software. The OS will now search Windows Update and grab a newer driver and install it. Once installed your trackpad will kick back in and you are all set.

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