Vibrant, detailed 4K screen, Resilient, comfortable typing experience, Unexpectedly good audio, Lenovo Vantage utility software, Lightweight and sturdy
Deficient battery life for a business laptop
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 7th Gen is all substance and no style. It delivers all the power mobile professionals will ever need in a business notebook wrapped in a durable, if boring, chassis. It's a near home run...
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen7 (2019) is an excellent ultralight laptop that is configurable to compete at any performance or price point in the high-end 13” to 14” laptop market.The four or five display options can accommodate many types of buyers, i...
The Gen 7 14” ThinkPad X1 Carbon is yet another amazing laptop in the ThinkPad series of laptops. It delivers in pretty much every area of importance for laptop users on the go. It's slim, lightweight, and easy to carry as well as powerful, easy to use wi...
Lenovo continues to make its ThinkPad's look amazing, Superior build quality and materials used, Amazing display and thin bezels, Webcam is mounted where it should be, If you spec this thing out it's a performance hero, The Dolby Atmos speakers mounted up...
It's obviously pricey, Basic webcam like most laptops, Battery life is impacted when you get the higher nit 4K display, It's still slightly bigger than some of the competition, but not by much, Slim on ports but better than others for sure, you may need a...
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon is a best-in-class ultraportable that combines premium design appeal with business-grade privacy and security features...
Lenovo's seventh-gen ThinkPad X1 Carbon improves on its predecessor with a thinner, lighter body and potentially longer battery life. It also offers the company's latest privacy and security options
Only one of the five display options has Lenovo's screen privacy feature, and battery life is predictably shorter with the UHD-resolution display
Once again, we had a tough job complaining about a laptop. Frankly, nowadays, it is becoming harder than ever to make reviews, without sounding like we are sponsored by a company (which we are not). Nevertheless, the ThinkPad X1 Carbon 7th Gen is certainl...
Attractive, lightweight design, Best-in-class keyboard, Long battery life (on 1080p model), Bright, vivid display options, Improved speakers
4K model has short battery life, No microSD card slot, Top configs get pricey
There are some people who would never buy a ThinkPad, and there are others who flock to Lenovo's flagship business family every time the company makes an update. The latest release will be no exception, even if the updates it brings are relatively small...
Excellent keyboard and pointing stick, Gorgeous 4K screen option, Super light, Good battery life (with 1080p screen),
Awkward power button, Mediocre webcam with IR camera
Lenovo doesn't change the general design of the ThinkPad X1 Carbon year on year, because it doesn't need to: the distinctive look is well-established. But squeezing a 14-inch screen into a chassis that's only a shade over 1kg is a real feat, especially a...
Lightweight and well built (MIL-STD 810G), Eye Care mode, Good security features (including for screen), Excellent speakers
4K screen drains the battery
Lenovo's X1 Carbon remains a solid business ultrabook for users who need a mixture of portability, security, durability, and performance, all of it paired with a mature, modest design. Buyers will enjoy the model's excellent display and keyboard quality...
Very slim and lightweight, Excellent display and keyboard, Long battery life + rapid charging, UHD with HDR display option, New carbon fiber weave design option
Bottom gets warm and fan kicks on when charging, Lid is very prone to smudges and fingerprints
I almost feel like there's no much I can say about the ThinkPad X1 Carbon, because it's so good, but it's always been good. When talking about a business clamshell that's thin and light, look no further. And it's even lighter this year at an incredible 2...
Lenovo's 2019 iteration of the ThinkPad X1 Carbon is a sleek, powerful ultraportable laptop. It packs in the very best Intel currently offers in a 15-watt TDP with its Core i7-8665U CPU, though no doubt Ice Lake variants should be just around the corner...