The INBook X2 laptop series is a MacBook Air alternative that costs much less

The laptop comes with a dual-star light camera that creates flattering light during video calls

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Infinix, whose known for making budget smartphones that offer great value, has just launched a new series of laptops — the INBook X2 series. A direct successor to the INBoox X1 series, this year’s offerings include new features such as the industry’s first dual-star light camera.

Two fill lights are installed on the top bezel, near the camera. These work to create flattering light so you can look good during video calls or meetings no matter where you are. Working alongside the two fill lights is a more advanced COB process in the camera that allows more light to come into the sensor, making for a better quality image.

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The INBook X2 is characterized by a 14-inch FHD IPS panel with support for 100% sRGB for more accurate color reproduction. Brightness goes up to 300nits and bezels are narrow at just 4.7mm. The device also features a full metal body for durability.

Portability isn’t an issue with X2, the laptop clocks in at just 1.2kgs and measures just 14.8mm thin. There are several fun color options available include grey, blue, green, and red.

Temperatures are controlled by Infinix’s ICE STORM 1.0 cooling system. Additionally, the devices offer DTS sound technology for a complete entertainment experience.

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Internally, we have Intel Core processors up to i7 and storage capacities of up to 512GB. The INBoox X2 series will be offered in two configurations — 4GB + 256GB and 8GB + 512GB. Infinix says the 50Wh battery offers up to 11 hours of browsing and can be charged to 60% in just one hour.

Pricing starts at $649 for the InBoox X2 series. There’s no word on availability in the U.S.