- The Infinix InBook X2 Slim will weigh just 1.24 Kg.
- The upcoming laptop from Infinix will offer 45W Type-C fast charging.
- The laptop will be available in three configurations.
Infinix has been making its name as a laptop maker over the past few months in India. In the past, we have seen the company launch laptops such as the InBook Y1 Plus, InBook X2 Plus, and many other InBook laptops at multiple price points. Now, the company is all set to launch a new laptop called the Infinix InBook X2 Slim.
The Infinix InBook X2 Slim will be the successor to the Infinix InBook X1 Slim. The X1 Slim was launched back in June 2022. The launch of the InBook X2 Slim was teased on Flipkart a few days back and now, we have the confirmed launch date as well. The new laptop from Infinix will launch in India on June 2. In addition to the date, Flipkart has revealed all the major specifications and features of the device. Let us take a look at the details of the laptop.
Infinix InBook X2 Slim: Features and Specifications
The Infinix InBook X2 Slim will be available in three variants in India. The laptop will be powered by 11th gen Intel Core processors and NVMe PCLe 3.0 SSD. The base model will feature an Intel Core i3 processor with 8GB of RAM and up to 512GB of storage. The mid variant will feature a Core i5 chipset with 8GB RAM and up to 512GB storage and the top of the line option with a Core i7 chipset will come with 16GB RAM and up to 1TB storage.
The machine will weigh just 1.24 kg, measures 14.8mm, and is made up of alloy metal. In terms of colour options, the laptop will be available in four vibrant colours 一 Silver, Blue, Green, and Red. The laptop is expected to feature a 14-inch Full HD screen. The device will pack in a 50Wh battery and supports 45W Type-C fast charging. Other features include stereo speakers, Icestorm 1.0 cooling system, a dual-star light camera and a backlit keyboard.
In terms of pricing, the Infinix InBook X2 Slim will be priced under Rs 30,000 for the base model. Exact pricing details will be revealed on June 2.