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Infinix InBook X1 Neo Laptop Short Review: Check if you should buy in 5 points

Want to buy a laptop under Rs. 25000? The Infinix INBook X1 Neo is worth consideration. Check why in 5 points.

By: PRIYA KUMARI
| Updated on: Jul 30 2022, 15:07 IST
Infinix InBook X1 Neo
Infinix InBook X1 Neo Design: The looks and design of laptops, especially those below Rs. 25000 price range are generally, not much focused upon. But, the InBook X1 Neo will grab your eyeballs with its stylish looks in Cosmic Blue and Starfall Grey colour. The laptop is comfortable to hold, carry and use as it is lightweight (1.24KG) and sleek (14.8mm thickness). Made up of aluminium alloy based metal body, the build quality of the laptop is commendable, especially for what it costs. You also get all the required I/O ports such as a USB Type-C port, Type-A port, a microSD card reader, among others. (Priya/HT Tech*)
1/5 Infinix InBook X1 Neo Design: The looks and design of laptops, especially those below Rs. 25000 price range are generally, not much focused upon. But, the InBook X1 Neo will grab your eyeballs with its stylish looks in Cosmic Blue and Starfall Grey colour. The laptop is comfortable to hold, carry and use as it is lightweight (1.24KG) and sleek (14.8mm thickness). Made up of aluminium alloy based metal body, the build quality of the laptop is commendable, especially for what it costs. You also get all the required I/O ports such as a USB Type-C port, Type-A port, a microSD card reader, among others. (Priya/HT Tech*)
Infinix InBook X1 Neo
Infinix InBook X1 Neo Display: To enhance your viewing experience, the Infinix InBook X1 Neo gets a 14-inch full HD+ IPS LCD display with 300 Nits peak brightness, making it easier to use under the sunlight. Compared to other sub- 25,000 laptops, this is an incredible display, especially with regards to its colour reproduction. The bezels are thin, and a webcam is placed exactly at the top center along with two flashlights and dual mics. (Priya/HT Tech)
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2/5 Infinix InBook X1 Neo Display: To enhance your viewing experience, the Infinix InBook X1 Neo gets a 14-inch full HD+ IPS LCD display with 300 Nits peak brightness, making it easier to use under the sunlight. Compared to other sub- 25,000 laptops, this is an incredible display, especially with regards to its colour reproduction. The bezels are thin, and a webcam is placed exactly at the top center along with two flashlights and dual mics. (Priya/HT Tech)
Infinix InBook X1 Neo
Infinix InBook X1 Neo Keyboard: When it comes to the InBook X1 Neo keyboard, it is well spaced out but the key travel is not substantial. However, it makes up for it with a mono-tone backlight, which is commendable as at this price range a backlit keyboard is not easy to find. The trackpad is large and gives good touch response. (Priya/HT Tech)
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3/5 Infinix InBook X1 Neo Keyboard: When it comes to the InBook X1 Neo keyboard, it is well spaced out but the key travel is not substantial. However, it makes up for it with a mono-tone backlight, which is commendable as at this price range a backlit keyboard is not easy to find. The trackpad is large and gives good touch response. (Priya/HT Tech)
Infinix InBook X1 Neo
Infinix InBook X1 Neo Performance: Made especially for the students, the Infinix InBook X1 Neo is one of the very few Windows 11 laptops under Rs. 25,000 -- a segment that only sees Chromebooks. The InBook X1 Neo handles everyday tasks smoothly and with ease with the help of its Intel Celeron Quad Core N5100 processor. It is able to handle all of Windows 11 and its loads well, and thanks to the copious amounts of RAM -- 8GB RAM is standard, it can multitask easily too. Running a few Chrome tabs and Word is no big deal. The 256GB storage may seem less but note that this is a PCIe SSD storage, which means boot times are incredibly fast for a budget laptop. The Infinix InBook X1 Neo handled my daily official workload without throwing any tantrums. (Priya/HT Tech)
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4/5 Infinix InBook X1 Neo Performance: Made especially for the students, the Infinix InBook X1 Neo is one of the very few Windows 11 laptops under Rs. 25,000 -- a segment that only sees Chromebooks. The InBook X1 Neo handles everyday tasks smoothly and with ease with the help of its Intel Celeron Quad Core N5100 processor. It is able to handle all of Windows 11 and its loads well, and thanks to the copious amounts of RAM -- 8GB RAM is standard, it can multitask easily too. Running a few Chrome tabs and Word is no big deal. The 256GB storage may seem less but note that this is a PCIe SSD storage, which means boot times are incredibly fast for a budget laptop. The Infinix InBook X1 Neo handled my daily official workload without throwing any tantrums. (Priya/HT Tech)

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Infinix InBook X1 Neo
Infinix InBook X1 Neo Battery: The laptop comes with a 50Wh battery along with a 45W charging adapter. The battery lasted for around 4-5 hours of continuous usage. However, the charging was a bit slow. (Priya/HT Tech)
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5/5 Infinix InBook X1 Neo Battery: The laptop comes with a 50Wh battery along with a 45W charging adapter. The battery lasted for around 4-5 hours of continuous usage. However, the charging was a bit slow. (Priya/HT Tech)
First Published Date: 30 Jul, 15:07 IST
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