At under 3lbs, the Infinix INBook X1 comes in a sandblasted anodized body, made from premium aircraft-level aluminium finished to perfection. Working on the go has never been this good. With a weight of 1.48kg and 16.3mm thickness, the X1 is light and can be picked easily with one hand. INBook X1 can be tilted up to 180° which enables optimum viewing angles for the best perspective anywhere anytime.
It is almost impossible, in many developing markets to find major laptop makers setting up shop and making/selling laptops targeted specifically at the needs of these particular markets. That’s why in such markets, users are forced to buy refurbs imported by independent retailers with hiked prices, and old specs. You will rarely see HP, Lenovo, Apple, Dell etc. setting up shop in the developing world. It looks like Infinix is looking to change that with its new Inbook Series of laptops.
The device holds a longer battery life of Up to 13 Hours of Web Browsing and a Smart Management System which allows INBook X1 to cut down power consumption in different scenarios giving you extra juice when you need it.
Infinix says the INbook X1 is equipped with NVMe SSDs with reading speeds of up to 2400MB/s and write speeds up to 1900MB/s. The laptop uses 3200MHz Dual Channel memory.
Fully loaded with a massive 55Wh battery for a full days usage out of a single charge and a 65W AC adapter with PD3.0 designed to blast your INBook X1 to 70% within an hour of charging. And a Type C charger fully optimized to work with both Infinix Laptops & Smartphones so you only need to take one.