Smartphone maker, Infinix Mobile, has now joined the league of laptop manufacturers, with the unveiling of its first laptop, named Infinix INBook X1.
The INBook X1 has a 14-inch display with a 180-degree hinge that frees the display to flatten for presentations. The body is made of sandblasted anodized aluminium and weighs 1.48 kg.
Infinix INBook X1 specs in brief
- 14-inch FHD display
- Anodized aluminium material
- Noble Red, Elves Green, Starfall Grey and Elegant Black colours
- 16.3 mm thickness
- 1.48 kg.
- Windows 10 Home operating system
- Processors: Intel Core i3-1005G1, Core i5-1035G1, Core i7-1065G7
- Graphics: Intel Iris Plus
- ICE STORM 1.0 cooling system
- 8 GB / 16 GB RAM
- 256 GB/512 GB PCIe SSD
- 55 Wh battery
- 65W Type C Fast Charger (up to 70% in an hour), and Power Delivery 3.0
- Wi-Fi 6
- Bluetooth 5.1.
- DTS Audio
- Stereo speakers
- 720P camera with physical switch for privacy
- InSync screen projection for synchronizing between the laptop, smartphones and TVs.
- Office 365
- Fingerprint reader for security
- Micro SD card port
- Audio/Mic jack port
- USB 2.0 port
- USB 3.0 port
- DC charging port
- HDMI 1.4 port
- USB-C port (x2)
Mobility Nigeria was curious about a built-in SIM card slot in the INBook X1, so users can buy a 4G data SIM to insert in the laptop for Internet access without the need to connect to a Wi-Fi network. That would be a nice touch of convenience in a laptop made by a smartphone company. But the feature is not present in Infinix INBook X1. Wi-Fi is the default means of getting connected to the Internet. We also expect that Bluetooth tethering should work.
Infinix INBook X1: Price in Nigeria
Infinix INBook X1 series will be available in Nigeria from June 2021, with a starting price of $530 (about N215,000 going by the current exchange rate).
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