Infinix INBook X1 Neo laptop has been launched in India at a starting price of Rs. 25000. Here is everything you need to know about it.
Infinix has taken it upon itself to populate the entry-level laptop segment in India with launches lined up one after the other. After the recently announced Infinix INBook X1 Slim, the company has now announced the INBook X1 Neo laptop – an entry-level Windows 11 laptop that has a starting price of Rs. 24,999! Yes, you read the price right – no hidden terms and conditions sitting here. And when you look at its spec sheet, you will be surprised as to how Infinix has managed to achieve such a low price.
The Infinix INBook X1 Neo carries a starting price of Rs. 24,999 for the sole model with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage. It comes in two colours – Cosmic Blue and Starfall Grey. The laptop will go on sale from July 21 via Flipkart and there are several EMI offers available as well. Note that this runs on a full fledged version of Windows 11 instead of Google’s Chrome OS, which is the norm at this price.
Infinix INBook X1 Neo launched in India
The Infinix INBook X1 Neo despite its low price features an all-metal body and weighs 1.24 Kg. The laptop relies on the 2.4GHz Intel Celeron Quad Core N5100 processor and is accompanied by 8GB LPDDR4X RAM and 256GB M.2 PCIe 3.0 NVMe SSD storage. It runs on Windows 11 out of the box. To power it all, there is a 50WHr battery that promises up to 11 hours of web browsing.
Unlike other laptops at this price, Infinix is offering a 45W USB-C charger in the box instead of a proprietary connector. The laptop offers a 14-inch full HD+ IPS display with 300 Nits of peak brightness and 100% sRGB colour reproduction. The Infinix INBook X1 Neo also comes with a HD webcam for video calls and meetings. This is assisted by a dual-star light camera feature for low-light circumstances. The keyboard is backlit as well, which is also a rarity in the segment. The laptops also features a stereo speaker setup.
The Infinix INBook X1 Neo laptop borrows the Ice Storm 1.0 Cooling System, for its more expensive cousins. It supports multiple connectivity ports which includes two USB 3.0 ports, two USB Type-C port for data transfer and one for full function, an HDMI 1.4 port, an SD card reader, and a 3.5 mm headset and microphone combo jack.