Infinix introduced the INBook X1 series laptop when it announced it was now in the laptop business. Releasing three variants of the X1 series; the i7 powered INBook Pro, i5 powered INBook X1 and the i3 powered INBook X1. The company mentioned the devices will be coming to markets in Nigeria, Egypt and Indonesia in June this year, starting at $530. Here are details on what is now available in Nigeria.
Missed the announcement? Watch everything announced and said about the new devices. Including special features that work if you also own an Infinix mobile device. Check below for the variants and price in Nigeria. Click here to read the device specifications in full.
These are the Infinix INBOOK X1 retail prices in Nigeria:
– i3 10th Gen 8GB RAM 256GB SSD – N267,700
– i5 10th Gen 8GB RAM 256GB SSD – N321,200
– i5 10th Gen 8GB RAM 512GB SSD – N335,700
– i7 10th Gen 16GB RAM 512GB SSD – N406,700
Interestingly the least model which is the i3 starts at N267,700, about $640 instead of the announced $530. I hear it might have something to do with the exchange rate. The core i3 256GB/8GB Starfall Gray colour variant is available on Jumia at the moment.
I haven’t received an X1 device yet so I think it will be ideal to let someone who does tell you about it. Join Olatunde Shobajo of Valor Reviews and watch the Infinix INBOOK X1 laptop device unboxing and review below.
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