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INBook X1 laptop to launch in India by December

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Last Updated on 22/11/2021 by Riya

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Premium smartphone brand Infinix recently announced the release date of its first INBook X1 laptop in India. With this laptop, users will get many rare first in segment features. The all-metal-bodied laptop will be available in three processor variants including i3, i5, and i7, and three colors such as Noble Red, Starful Gray, and Aurora Green. According to the company, it will be released on Flipkart in December. Let us know what special features will be available in this INBook X1 of Infinix.

The design will be attractive

In terms of design, this upcoming laptop of Infinix will be very attractive. A brushed metal finish and matte-metal finish will be seen in the back of the laptop.

It boasts a full HD display

Talking about the display, the laptop will have a 14-inch Full HD IPS display, which will be helpful in improving your video-watching experience. Apart from this, the aspect ratio of the display will be 16: 9, and the brightness will be 300 nits.

Ideal for Gaming

The laptop will be launched with 8GB DDR44 RAM, Intel UHD Graphics, and 256GB PCIe SSD which will enhance your gaming experience.

Better from a security point of view

There is also a fingerprint scanner placed just below the keyboard of the Infinix INBook X1 which will prevent thieves and unknown people from accessing your laptop.

Will make the video calling experience better

With this laptop, you can make video calls with your friends and relatives in 720p quality. You will get crisp and clear audio and video quality during video calls. For good audio, this laptop has two microphones and 2W stereo speakers.

Expected price

Talking about the price, you can take advantage of all these features for just Rs 34,000. However, this is only an expected price and the actual price will be revealed only after the launch of the laptop.

Riya
Riya
Riya is a technology enthusiast and an avid researcher. She writes about consumer tech, hacking, and technology consumer issues at TheDigitalHacker.
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