Design & Build Quality
The Xiaoxin Pro 14 features a sober and modern design, which is highlighted by a pearl matte finish that looks especially good in the new Dark Night Aurora colour. You get a full-size keyboard and trackpad on the bottom, with the body of the laptop getting progressively thicker as you get closer to the hinge. This design is needed to accommodate the IO tucked in the upper section beneath the keyboard.
The display itself is razer thin and quite large. You get a 2.8K panel that supports a 120Hz refresh rate and a maximum resolution of 2880 x 1800 pixels that is set in an aspect ratio of 16:10. The panel is pretty colour accurate, with 100% coverage of the RGB colour gamut, DC dimming for higher contrast, and Rheinland anti-blue light certification for better eye safety. There is a 1080p webcam that has been tucked above the display as part of the thin yet noticeable bezels.
Performance & Connectivity
The Xiaoxin Pro 14 is powered by the latest 12th gen Intel Core i9 processor. You can pair it with up to 16GB of RAM and 512GB of SSD storage. This should be enough to power through even the most demanding tasks with ease. Although, you will have to deal with some thermal throttling at peak loads, which is a side-effect of the slim body and compact packaging.
You still get a decent array of connectivity options, including two Thunderbolt 4 ports, a USB-A port, and even a 3.5mm headphone jack. The usual WIFI and Bluetooth connectivity options are also available, so you can easily expand your setup to include a wide variety of products and peripherals. Everything is powered by a 61Wh battery, which is charged using a 100W PD charger.
Price & Availability
Currently, the Xiaoxin Pro 14 is only available in China, from the Lenovo website or through outlets like JD. You can get it for a starting price of $883. The company is expected to launch it in the global market in the coming months.