The INBook X1 Neo, presented in the last few hours in India by Transsion Holdings, has been confirmed as an entry level notebook for students, with a good multimedia accompaniment and a day of autonomy.
INBook X1 Neo: the low cost notebook with Windows 11 for the study is coming

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After making its debut in the notebook sector last December, Infinix, a brand of the Chinese group Transsion Holdings, fresh from the presentation of the InBook X1 Slim laptop, has announced a new inexpensive laptop, the INBook X1 Neo which, by technical data sheet and vocation, appears to be aimed at the target of students struggling with document editing, online research and distributed collaboration.

The new INBook X1 Neo has a metal unibody frame which, thanks to the pivotal role played by a resistant aluminum alloy, allows the maximum thickness to be kept to 14.8 mm, with a weight that does not go beyond 1.24 kg: the display is a panel 14-inch LCD resolved in FullHD, with a peak brightness of 300 nits, a coverage of 100% on the sRGB color gamut and 72% on the NTSC color scale. The webcam, HD, post in the high frame, is accompanied by a Dual Flash “Starlight”: given the increasing importance of distance learning, even the audio output has been very well taken care of, with two stereo speakers optimized only for support. DTS.

In order to facilitate typing during the evening hours, the INBook X1 Neo notebook offers a backlit keyboard: on the sides of the machine body, there are several ports, including a slot for SD memory cards, a 3.5 mm audio jack combo, two USB Type-A and two USB Type-C. The ability to connect a secondary screen, perhaps for better multi-tasking, is guaranteed by the presence of an HDMI 1.4 port.

The quad-core processor (from 1.1 to 2.8 GHz in Turbo Boost) quad-threads Intel Celeron N5100 of the Jasper Lake family, made at 10 nanometers, field a low TDP, equal to 6W, and an integrated Intel UHD Graphics graphics card 800 MHz maximum burst frequency, capable of supporting decoding in 4K @ 60Hz. According to the company, energy is instead supplied, according to the company, for a full day of work, from the 50 Wh battery which, when necessary, can rely on the 45 W fast charging.

The INBook X1 Neo notebook, animated by Windows 11, will be on sale on Flipkart, India, from 21 July, at a price of 24,999 rupees (about 308 euros) for the only set-up provided, with 8 GB of LPDDR4X RAM and 256 GB of NVMe SSD storage (with PCle 3.0 interface).


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