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Infinix announces budget-friendly INBook X1 laptop for Egypt, Indonesia, and Nigeria

Infinix Inbook X1 Lede
Infinix Inbook X1 Lede (Image credit: Infinix)

What you need to know

  • Infinix announced the budget-friendly INBook X1 laptop today.
  • It's the first laptop from Infinix.
  • The InBook X1 will be available in June in Egypt, Indonesia, and Nigeria with a starting price of $530.

Today, Infinix launched the INBook X1 laptop. It's the first flagship laptop from Infinix and provides another budget-friendly option in Egypt, Indonesia, and Nigeria. The laptop starts at only $530 for the Intel Core i3-1005G1 model. Infinix only mentions the INBook X1 being on sale in those specific countries. Infinix explains that it joined forces with Intel and Microsoft to make the INBook X1 series of laptops.

The INBook X1 is available with Intel Core i3-1005G1, Core i5-1035G1, or Core i7-1065G7 processors, the last of which is paired with Intel Iris Plus graphics.

The INBook X1 has a sandblasted anodized body made out of aluminum. It weighs just 3 lbs (1.48 kg) and is 16.3 mm thick. The 14-inch FHD display of the laptop is on a 180-degree hinge that allows it to lay flat for presentations in person. Infinix also highlights that the bezels around the INBook X1's display are only 4.19 mm.

Powering the INBook X1 is a 55Wh battery that Infinix says will last a full day with approximately 11 hours of screen time. It also works with a 65W PD3.0 AC adapter that quickly charges the laptop up to 70% power in one hour. The charger also supports all Infinix mobile phones.

The INBook X1 is available in Space Grey and Platinum Red if you'd like something more flashy.

The laptop supports In-Sync, which allows you to synchronize files between laptops, TVs, and smartphones.

In terms of connectivity, the INBook X1 features Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.1.

Sean Endicott
Sean Endicott

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