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Infinix INBook X2 announced with 10th-Gen Intel chipsets and a lot of connectivity

Infinix INBook X2

About a month ago, Infinix launched its first Windows laptop. Today, the firm has announced the second edition of the notebook device dubbed INBook X2. It has an aluminum casing and chassis that is 14.8mm thick, while its total weight is 1.24 kilograms. In comparison, it is much lighter and slimmer than its predecessor.

The display is 14-inch IPS LCD touting Full HD (1920x1080) pixel resolution, 16:9 aspect ratio, and 300 nits brightness. Above the display is an HD webcam sitting inbetween two LED flash for video chatting and basic photography. The dual LED lights are placed there to help with low-light capture and recording.

Diving in, the INBook X2 is powered by a 10th-Gen Intel Core i3 (1005G1) processor, coupled with Intel UHD Graphics. This is not the only option available however, buyers are given more flexible options of 10th-Gen Core i5 (1035G1) and 10th-Gen Core i7 (1065G7) processors. The later comes with a powerful Iris Plus graphics, while the former still hold on to the Intel UHD integrated graphics.

The RAM and storage are available in flexible choices, 8GB/16GB for the former and 256GB/512GB M.2 NVMe PCIe 3.0 SSD for the later. There is a microSD slot onboard in addition to other connectivity options that are present, such as Bluetooth 5, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, 2x USB Type-C ports, 2x USB Type-A ports, full-size HDMI port, and headphones/mic combo jack.

The Infinix INBook X2 boots Windows 11 operating system out-of-the-box, and there is a fingerprint reader embedded into its power button for secure access. It is accompanied by a 50Wh battery that can render nine hours of mixed usage, or eleven hours of web browsing. The battery can be charged using the bundled 45W USB-C power adapter with PD function.

Gray, Blue, Red, and Green are the color options that will be available when it go on sale in Thailand, Egypt, and Indonesia on January 22nd, after which it will expand to more regions. The Core i3 model starts at US$399, the Core i5 model at US$549, while the Core i7 model pricing starts at US$649.




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