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In review: Lenovo ThinkBook Plus. Review unit courtesy of CampuspointE-ink or no e-ink? This will inevitably be the primary question to consider should you be interested in the ThinkBook Plus. If you really intend to use the e-ink display on the display l...
e-ink display, robust metal case, good keyboard, matte LCD, digitizer included, does not get particularly hot
Intel Comet Lake: CPU/GPU performance not very good, single-channel RAM, no Thunderbolt, no microSD, few security features, short default warranty
Lenovo's idea of putting a second screen on the front of the ThinkBook Plus, turning what's usually dead space into an area for productive use, is laudable. The E-Ink screen's functionality is limited, though, and it relies heavily on a stylus which you w...
Innovative E-Ink panel in lid, Robust build, Excellent keyboard
Limited uses for the E-Ink panel
Despite the rather poor performance from the Intelligent mode, we reckon that this will be the most often used scenario. After all, this is a business laptop, and if you want a lot of CPU headroom, you should reconsider the ULV processors, whatsoever.Neve...
Useful E-Ink display with a stylus inside the box, Decent upgradability, The display doesn't flicker at any brightness level (LG LP133WF7-SPB1), Has a good contrast ratio and comfortable viewing angles (LG LP133WF7-SPB1), Covers 92% of sRGB and color accu...
Lacks an SD card reader and has only one USB Type-C port, also used for charging, Not the best cooling solution out there
The Lenovo ThinkBook Plus combines past innovations for a dual-screen, multitasking powerhouse...