While Infinix does have laptops in its portfolio, they are more for the entry-level segment, which is why the unveiling of the ZERO BOOK 13 series marks the brand’s first attempt in the premium notebook segment. Announced in India, the ZERO BOOK 13 comes with Intel’s 13th Gen processors.
As a premium offering, the ZERO BOOK 13 has an aluminum body with laser engraving on the lid. It has a 16.9mm thickness and is powered by either a Core i5-13500H, i7-13700H, or i9-13900H processor. The Core i5 version gets 16GB LPDDR5X RAM, while the Core i9 gets 32GB RAM–the Core i7 can be availed with either 16GB or 32GB RAM. Storage can be either 512GB or 1TB, both being PCIe 4.0.
You get a 70wHr battery to power the ZERO BOOK 13’s 15.6-inch IPS display, and supports 100w charging to maximize the power offered by its processor of choice. There’s no option for a discrete GPU–so don’t expect the ZERO BOOK 13 to be a gaming laptop.
Port selection includes 2 USB-C ports,2 USB-A 3.0 ports, HDMI 1.4, and a microSD card slot. Interestingly, there’s a physical switch that lets you select between eco, balanced, and performance modes.
The ZERO BOOK 13 starts at Rs 51,990(~Php 35k) for the Core i5 model with 16GB RAM and 512GB storage and tops out at Rs 81,990(~Php 56k) for the Core i9 model with 32GB RAM and 1TB storage. It will be available in India on July 11, and there’s no word if Infinix will make the ZERO BOOK 13 available in the Philippines.