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Infinix ZERO BOOK 13 launches with Raptor Lake silicon, USB type-C ports and LPDDR5X RAM

The ZERO BOOK 13. (Source: Infinix)
The ZERO BOOK 13. (Source: Infinix)
Infinix' latest additions to its ZERO BOOK series of laptops takes its name from the fact that it upgrades to 13th-gen Intel processors. It also ships with up to 32GB of RAM, PCIe Gen 4 NVMe SSDs and a 100% sRGB display. The ZERO BOOK 13 is currently being previewed ahead of its release to the Indian market via Flipkart.

Infinix might be best known for its often affordable and/or compelling smartphone technology; however, the brand has gone all out to underpin the fact that it also makes laptops with the ZERO BOOK 13. The PC strives for flagship status with updated CPUs, although potential compromises have been made along the way.

This latest ZERO BOOK comes from a series marked with a lid design most like that of the Zenbook series, but with less artful skewing. It is in fact a 15.6-inch display laptop, attributing its new 13 suffix to its Raptor Lake nature instead - something made even more confusing as its immediate Alder Lake predecessor is called the Ultra.

Regardless, the 13 lives up to its name with a choice of either Core i5-13500H, i7-13700H or i9-13900H platforms. Those potentially high-end options notwithstanding, not one of those SKUs boast Thunderbolt 4. The HDMI port is also 1.4 - although Wi-Fi speeds are 6E, at least.

Infinix fans currently located in India and who are unperturbed by that omission can order a ZERO BOOK 13 on Flipkart from July 11, 2023, priced from INR 51,990 to 81,990 (~US$628-992, whereas other Raptor Lake-H-based PCs easily crack the ~US$1,200 mark on with the online retail giant.

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2023-07- 8 (Update: 2023-07- 8)