Intel 10-generation chipsets and a thin and light design define the new Infinix INBook X2
New to Infinix’s INBook series is a 14-inch aluminum alloy chassis laptop powered by Intel’s 10th generation processors. The X2 has a weight of 1.24 kg and a thickness of 14.8 mm. 14-inch, 1920x1080px resolution, 16:9 aspect ratio, and brightness of 300 nits make up the display.
To ensure crystal-clear video calls, Infinix installed dual-led flash modules on either side of the webcam.
Depending on your needs, you can choose between the Intel Core i3-1005G1, i5-1035G1, or i7-1065G7 in your laptop. NVMe PCIe 3.0 M.2 NVMe PCIe 3.0 SSDs with 8 or 16GB of RAM are available. Iris Plus G7 is added to the i7 model, while Intel UHD Graphics is added to the Core i3 and i5.
An SD card reader and a headphone/mic jack are also included in the I/O ports on this device. Using the 45W USB-C power converter, the laptop’s battery may be recharged to 50Wh. Nine hours of mixed use and eleven hours of online browsing are claimed by Inifinx on a single charge.
It has Windows 11 Home preinstalled with a fingerprint scanner built into the power button for added security.
Colors for the Infinix INBook X2 are grey, blue, green, and red. It will cost $399 for the entry-level i3 model, $549 for the midrange i5 model, and $649 for the top end i7 model. The X2 series will be available in Indonesia, Thailand, and Egypt beginning on January 22.