Infinix is announcing the latest model of the INBOOK X series, the Infinix INBOOK X2 laptop. The INBOOK X2 comes in an aluminium alloy full-metal body, weighing 1.24kg and is ultra-thin at 14.8mm. It comes pre-installed with the latest version of Microsoft’s operating system Windows 11 and is powered by a 10nm Intel Core Processor.
Infinix INBOOK X2 comes with a 14-inch full-color high-brightness display. It offers three specifications including i7, i5 and i3 available with storage capacities of 256GB/521Gb and 8/16GB RAM. Infinix says you can get up to 9 hours of daily use from one full charge. The 45W USB C fast charger gives you up to 60% battery power in one hour.
Infinix introduces some new technologies in the laptop, these include Dual-Star Light Camera, a dual-LED fill light in the camera to give you clear video calls. The second is ICE STORM, a cooling system that helps the processor dissipate heat faster and reduces temperature under heavy workloads. The third is AirLink, which enables seamless collaboration between Infinx laptops and mobile phones.
The Infinix INBOOK X2 laptops will be available from January 22 starting at $399 (i3), $549 (i5) & $649 (i7). It is expected to come to markets including Indonesia, Thailand, Egypt, and Nigeria. We will update you with the country-specific prices when they are announced. Check out the full device specifications and review by Tech Spurt for the INBOOK X2 below.
Last year Infinix entered the laptop product category launching the INBOOK Pro, INBOOK X1 series laptops.
Infinix INBook X2 laptop specifications
|Operating System||Windows 11 Home|
|Dimensions||Width – 323.3 mm|
Depth – 211.1mm
Height – 14.8mm
Weight – 1.24 kg
|Processor||Intel® Core™ i3-1005G1|
Intel® Core™ i5-1035G1
Intel® Core™ i7-1065G7
10nm, 4 Cores, 8 Threads, 3.9GHz
|GPU||Intel Iris Plus|
|Display||Size – 14 inches|
Type – IPS
Aspect Ratio – 16:9
Resolution – 1920*1080
Maximum Brightness – 300 nits
Colour Gamut – 100% sRGB
Viewing Angle – 178 degrees
|Color||Grey, Blue, Green, Red|
|Storage||256GB/512GB M.2 NVMe PCIe 3.0|
|Camera||Dual-Star light HD Video Camera|
|Battery||Lithium polymer 55 Wh|
|Connectivity||Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac,160MHz 2.4GHz and 5GHz|
|Ports||USB-C x 1 (support data, charging and DisplayPort), |
USB-C x 1 (support data)
USB 3.0 × 2
HDMI 1.4 × 1
SD card slot x 1
camera switch x 1
3.5 mm Headset and Microphone Jack x 1
|In The Box||Inbook X2|
45W USB-C Power Adapter
USB-C Charger Cable
Quick Start Guide
Infinix Inbook X2 Review by Tech Spurt
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