Infinix is all set to enter the laptop market in India. The company is scheduled to launch two new laptops in the X1 series- the Infinix X1 and Infinix X1 Pro on December 8. The product page of the laptops has gone live on Flipkart. The page reveals that the starting price of the laptop will be between Rs. 30,000 and Rs. 40,000. The Infinix X1 will be available in three variants including Core i3, Core i7 and Core i5. The laptops will feature an all-metal body and have a slim profile.

The Infinix Inbook X1 and Inbookd X1 Pro will run on the latest Windows 11will feature up to 512GB of NVMe storage and up to 16GB of RAM. Along with the laptop, the smartphone company will also launch a new mid-ranger in the market, which could most likely be the Note 11 or the Note 11S. Let us have a look at the details.

Infinix Inbook X1, Inbook X1 Pro: Price and availability

Infinix will launch two new laptops in the Indian market including the Infinix Inbook X1, Inbook X1 Pro. Infinix has not revealed the price yet but the company has hinted on Flipkart that the starting price of the device will be between Rs 30,000 and Rs 40,000. The laptops will be offered in three attractive colours including Red, Blue and slate gray. The Infinix Inbook X1 will feature a lightweight metal body with an aluminium finish.

Infinix Inbook X1, Inbook X1 Pro: Specifications

The Infinix laptops will feature Core i3, Core i5 processors coupled with upto 8GB of RAM and 512 GB of storage. There will also be a top trim model which will feature a 10th Gen Intel Core processor coupled with upto 16GB of RAM and 512GB of storage. The Inbook X1 will feature a 14-inch display that will support maximum brightness of 300 nits. The Inbook X1 Pro would feature Intel Iris graphics whereas the Inbook X1 would feature Intel UHD graphics. The Inbook series will be the lightest laptop in the market as it would only weigh 1.48kg.

As far as the battery life is concerned, Inbook X1 Pro and Inbook X1 will feature a 55Whr Li-Po battery that would come with 65W USB-PD charging.


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