Infinix launches ZERO BOOK Series flagship laptops

Infinix on Wednesday has unveiled their Zero Book Series high-end, premium laptops: the Zero Book Ultra and its base model Zero Book.

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A 12th-gen Intel Core i9 powers the Zero Book Ultra, that should be ideal for creators on-the-go. The base model comes in either Intel Core i7 or i5 CPU, both 12th-gen as well.

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Infinix also boasts the series’ ‘Overboost’ switch that amps up CPU drawing power at 54W to deliver ‘sustained performance.’ Rest assured that its ICE STORM 2.0 thermal system prevents overheating through two 65mm fans with 0.25mm depth increasing the air intake while reducing noise.

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See their full specs, and pricing below.

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Infinix Zero Book Series specs

15.6-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS Display
100% sRGB, 400nits peak brightness, 178° viewing angle
Intel Core i9-12900 CPU (Ultra)
Intel Core i7-12700H, i5-12500H (base model)
Intel Iris Xe Graphics
16GB/32GB LPDDR5
512GB/1TB NVMe PCIe4.0 SSD
FHD Mi-Pi camera
Ports:
• 1x USB-C (support data, charging and DisplayPort)
• 1x USB-C (data)
• 2x USB 3.0
• HDMI 1.4 | SD card reader | 3.5mm 2-in-1 audio jack
2×2 Wi-Fi 6E R2(tri-band)
Bluetooth 5.2
USB Type-C
Backlit Chiclet Keyboard
Fingerprint sensor
Windows 11 Home
70Wh Li-Po Battery | 100W USB-C power adapter
323.3mm x 211.1mm x 16.95mm
1.80kg

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Pricing and Availability

The Infinix Zero Book series will be available in the Philippines starting October 5. The Zero Book Ultra comes in two configurations 16+512GB and 32+1TB, starting at USD 999. While the Zero Book i7 and i5 variants (16+512GB) are priced at USD 849 and USD 799 respectively.

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2 Responses

  1. T M says:

    It’s curious how they could cram a 15.6″ screen in a body that is the same size or even a little smaller than the X1’s. I thought the bezels and particularly the chin would be thinner and it would be a 16:10 but apparently not, the bezels and chin look about the same and the it’s a 16:9.

  2. ALBERT MIGUEL GONZALES says:

    Where can i buy one?

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