GUWAHATI, June 22: Infinix, the smartphone brand from Transsion group, unveiled the successor of its INBook X1 series, a head-turner last year for its innovative features in its price segment. The latest INBook X1 Slim, the slimmest and lightest laptop in the segment, promising maximum portability is priced at an attractive price of Rs 30,000. Weighing just 1.24 kg with 14.8 mm thickness, the 10th Generation Intel core device is packed with several first-in-segment features and will be available in three processor variants i3 (8 GB + 256 GB | 8GB+512 GB), i5 (8 GB + 512GB |16GB+512 GB), and the top speed i7 (16GB+512 GB).
Sharing his insights, Anish Kapoor, CEO – of Infinix India, said, “Our first generation of the Infinix INBook X1 received tremendous support from our customers. Users loved its slim design, powerful battery, bright display, high performance, as well as several other category-first features. With the new INBook X1 Slim, we aspire to create a product that matches the evolved lifestyle and design taste of Gen Z and millennial consumers as they constantly look for a one-stop solution to work, learn and play. Taking into account that students and working professionals are always on the move, we have made the device ultra-thin and light, which makes it an extra portable device for them to carry anywhere. Additionally, its iconic aluminum-grade metal design is meant to complement and enhance all living spaces. For the first time, we will be introducing a 16GB storage variant powered by Intel Core i5. Designed for creative professionals and on-the-go consumers, the INBook X1 Slim is a durable, high-performance, and reliable laptop. It is equipped with an efficient battery backup as well as a multi-purpose charger, which makes it ideal for everyday use. Additionally, it has 512GB of SSD storage, 8GB of RAM, a dual-star camera, and a backlit keyboard. It runs Windows 11, which boots up in about 30 seconds. With all these features, the INBook X1 Slim will let you pursue endless dreams and accomplish your goals.”