Coming to the battery, Infinix Inbook X1 is backed by a 55Whr Li-Po battery with 65W fast charging support. The laptop comes with a USB Type C charging port that prevents you from carrying two separate chargers as you can charge the device using your phone’s charger. We were easily able to stretch the laptop throughout the day of mixed usage with single charge. The company claims that the USB Type-C fast charger requires only up to 55 minutes to charge the laptop to up to 70%. In our test, we found that claim to be true. Infinix has also added a DC charging port to the device.
Infinix Inbook X1 can be an ideal pick if you are looking for a mid range laptop for everyday usage. With metal design, backlit keyboard, decent battery life and i5 processor at Rs 45,999 makes it a deal clincher. Although the Infinix could have done better with the thick bezel and weight distribution, the impressive design and useful features makes it a suitable choice. We have seen several smartphone manufacturers entering the laptop market in recent year and this attempt by Infinix definitely makes competition fierce.