Infinix is coming up with a gaming laptop pretty soon

Infinix GT Book gaming laptop Price in Nepal
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Infinix, a brand mostly known for its budget smartphones, has previously dabbled in gaming as well as the laptop space. But they haven’t combined the two to launch a gaming laptop yet. Seems like that’s going to change and we’ll be seeing a Infinix gaming laptop very soon. Since all the specs are already out, let’s take a look at Infinix’s attempt at a gaming laptop with the Infinix GT Book, its expected pricing and availability, full specifications, and more!

Infinix GT Book Overview: 

Design and Display 

The GT Book screams gamery with its stylized lid, futuristic design, and the LED light bar at the back. We also see a unique ‘Mecha Loop’ on the lid which seems to have glowing properties. That continues on the front with zoned RGB keys and a slightly accented trackpad. The GT Book is a 16” gaming laptop but impressively Infinix has managed to keep it below the 2kg threshold. We are not sure how it’s going to affect performance, but that’s an impressive achievement for a powerful large laptop.

Infinix GT Book Design

On the display side of things, we see a taller 16:10 screen spanning 16-inches diagonally. The IPS panel supports up to 120Hz refresh rate and has full coverage of the sRGB color space. Other aspects like the resolution, brightness, and response time haven’t been disclosed yet. 

Performance and Memory 

Powering the Infinix GT Book is a mix of 12th and 13th Gen Intel ‘H’ series processor. For starters, you can pick between the Core i5-12450H and Core i5-13420H CPUS which are identical expect for clock speeds. On the higher tiers, there’s option for a Core i7 and Core i9 CPU. 

Infinix GT Book Specs

Similarly, there are a number of GPU configurations from the NVIDIA RTX 3050 card to the newer RTX 40 series GPU. The RTX 3050 and 4050 ship with 6GB of VRAM while the 4060 has a little extra headroom both in terms of VRAM and raw power. The total system draw is limited to 115W though which will surely limit the amount of FPS that you can push on the GT Book. Everything is kept under wraps by the dual ICE Storm 3.0 cooling system.

RAM is soldered to the motherboard but you can get up to 32GB of it alongside up to a 1TB PCIe 4 SSD. 

Battery and Extras

In the tank, there’s a 70Wh battery fueling the Infinix GT Book that takes its charge from a 190W DC adapter. There’s a Type-C port, two Type-As, an HDMI 2.1 port, an audio jack, and a SD card reader.

The upcoming gaming laptop is part of Infinix’s larger ‘GT Verse’ gaming eco-system of smartphones, laptops, and accessories. It will ship with an FHD webcam, DTS-tuned speakers, and a glass touchpad. There’ll be WiFi 6 or 6E support depending on the configuration and you’ll get a month of Microsoft 365 bundled in.

Infinix GT Book Specifications

  • Design and Build: Aluminium body, 1.99 kg
  • Display: 16-inch IPS panel, 100% sRGB, 120 Hz
  • Keyboard: Full-sized, RGB backlit
  • Processor: Up to Intel Core i9-13900H
  • RAM: Up to 32GB LPDDR5x (non-upgradable)
  • Storage: 512GB or 1TB NVMe PCIe SSD
  • Graphics: Up to NVIDIA RTX 4060 (6GB VRAM, 115W total system TDP)
  • Audio: Dual speakers, DTS Audio, Dual microphones
  • Webcam: FHD (1080p) camera
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth, WiFi 6E (dual-band) or WiFi 6
  • Ports:  1x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A, 1x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C, 1x HDMI, 1x 3.5mm headphone jack, 1x SD card reader
  • Battery: 70Wh with 190W DC charger

Infinix GT Book Pricing and Launch Date

Although we don’t have exact details, the GT Book is launching in India pretty soon. It was first introduced alongside the company’s star GT 20 Pro but we didn’t get pricing and availability details.

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