Infinix INBook X2 launches with Intel 10-gen chips, slim body. Infinix updated its INBook laptop range by introducing its INBook X2 – a 14-inch thin and light laptop sporting an aluminum alloy chassis that is powered by Intel’s latest 10th generation CPUs.
The X2 weighs 1.24kg and measures 14.8mm at its widest point. It comes with 14-inches of IPS LCD that has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels 16:9 aspect ratio as well as 300 nits of brightness. Infinix has also placed dual-led flash modules on both sides of the built-in camera for maximum clarity in video chats. Laptops can be set up using Intel Core i3-1005G1, Core i5-1035G1, and Core i7-1065G7. There’s 8 or 16GB RAM and 256/512GB M.2 NVMe PCIe 3.0 SSD.
Infinix INBook X2 launches with Intel 10-gen chips, slim body
Its Core i3 and i5 models come with Intel UHD Graphics, while the i7 model gets upgraded into Iris Plus G7. The I/O features 2 USB-C ports as well as two USB ports, a large HDMI connector as well as the SD slot as well as an audio/headphone combo jack.
The laptop is equipped with 50Wh of battery that charges via the 45W USB-C power supply that can be used with PD. Inifinx states that you can get around nine hours mixed-use with a single charge, and eleven hours of browsing on the web.
The laptop is able to run Windows 11 Home and comes with a fingerprint reader embedded inside the button for power. Infinix INBook X2 comes in several colors like blue, gray, and red. The i3 version starts at $399, while the i5 is priced at $549, and the most powerful i7 model will retail for $649. Indonesia, Thailand, and Egypt are one of the countries that will receive the X2 series starting on January 22.