Infinix INBook X1 Pro Detailed Review – Intel Core i7, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD


Infinix is widely known to be a budget-friendly smartphone manufacturer originated from China. The company started the consumer business in Africa and South Asia and later has expanded to the Middle East and South America. The company, after introducing Android-based TVs, has now entered the laptop market this year.

Infinix INBook X1 is the first laptop series by the company with three variants powered by Intel Core i3, Core i5 and the Core i7 with the latter named as INBook X1 Pro. The aim of the company was to provide high-end laptop machines within the budget, just like they had provided the higher-performing Android smartphones at lower price tags.

What really surprised me was the fact that the company provided the 10th generation Intel Core i-series processors with Windows 10 pre-loaded. The company is currently offering the three variants respectively for Rs. 80,000, Rs. 99,900, and Rs. 138,000. Respective memory configurations are 8GB RAM + 256GB SSD in the cheaper variant, 8GB RAM + 512GB SSD in the middle one, and 16GB RAM + 512GB SSD in the top model.

I ordered the top variant last month – the INBook X1 Pro with the Core i7, after when it started shipping Pakistan. I spent around 2 weeks or a little more with the laptop and I have enough to tell about everything customers really need to know before they make their mind to buy this amazingly and nicely built little machine. Don’t go with this first impression, I still have a lot to tell that you may not like. All three variants share some elements but I’ll note where they differ throughout this review.

Infinix INBook X1 Pro

INBook X1 Pro (i7)
Processor Intel Core i7 1065G7 – 10th Generation
Quad-Core 4x 1.3Ghz
Maximum Turbo 3.9 GHz
Graphics Adapter Intel Iris Plus Graphics (Integrated)
Operating System Windows 10 Home 64bit
Memory 16GB RAM DDR4 – LPDDR4X 3200 MHz, Dual-Channel
Storage 512GB NVMe M.2 PCIe SSD
Brand: Phison – C-E80T512G4-P3D3B3E13
Weight Laptop: 1.46kg
Charger/Cable: 254 grams
Display 14-inch Full HD 1920×1080
300nits, 100% sRGB, 178° viewing angle
Camera/Webcam 0.92 megapixels
720p video
Battery 55 Wh
65W USB-C Power Adapter
Audio DTS audio processing
0.8Wx2 Tweeter
1.5Wx2 base
2 microphones
Keyboard Chicklet, backlit (non-numpad)
Ports 2x USB-A 3.1 Gen 1
1x USB-A 2.0
1x HDMI 1.4
1x USB-C – Data transfer/power out
1x USB-C – Data transfer/power out/DisplayPort/power input
1x 3.5mm combo (audio in/out)
1x MicroSD card slot
1x Kensington lock
Network Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX201 v4(a/b/g/h/n) v5(ac) v6(ax)
Bluetooth 5.1/5.2
Other features Fingerprint sensor
Price PKR 137,999

10th generation processors are of course older than the newer 11th gen but still, they are the way to go for such a price tag. However, do they really worth buying for your regular job? That’s the question you should get an answer for at the end. You can watch the video review that runs for around 18 minutes with key details.

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