The InBook X1 is part of Infinix’s first lineup of laptops in India. It has a distinct design and is available in bright red and green colours as well as a more subtle grey. The all-aluminium body is quite sturdy but this isn’t the lightest laptop in its category. The 14-inch full-HD non-reflective screen is good for productivity but don’t expect very vibrant colours in photos and videos. Infinix has gone with Intel’s 10th Gen Core CPUs which are now dated, but the advantage is lower overall price without really giving up too much performance. Neat touches include a physical webcam switch, adjustable keyboard backlighting, and USB Type-C fast charging. The keyboard layout is decent and typing is comofortable. However, the trackpad feels cheap and is a bit difficult to use. Sound quality is good enough for voice calls and dialogue in video. This laptop also runs quite cool and quiet even when stressed with heavy benchmarks. Overall, it’s a solid choice that prioritises features over specifications.