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There is no lie, the ThinkPad L13 Yoga is not for everybody. If you are solely interested in the artistic properties of the device, there are cheaper and perhaps, more suitable laptops. And if business-related work is on your hand, you can surely find mor...
ThinkPad Pen Pro has its home inside the chassis, It supports Wi-Fi 6 and its keyboard is backlit, spill-resistant, and comfortable for typing, The display doesn't flicker at any brightness level (LG LP133WF7-SPA1), Has a good contrast ratio and comfortab...
Memory cannot be upgraded, Not the best cooling solution out there, Our unit had poor uniformity of the colors of its screen (LG LP133WF7-SPA1)
Those that follow me know that I love ThinkPads, and it's always a pleasure when one comes across my desk. They're always really well-built machines, with MIL-STD-810G durability, phenomenal keyboards, and some great design choices, like the built-in pen...
Source: Windows CentralThe refresh and rename of the L13 Yoga bring a slightly lighter and thinner chassis, thinner bezel, 10th Gen Intel Core hardware, and a webcam shutter for added privacy. Those are all worthwhile updates, and the laptop feels great t...
ThinkPad Pen Pro built into chassis, Great typing, Generous port selection, Durable ThinkPad chassis, Ninehour battery life
FHD display is only option, RAM is now soldered, No WiFi 6
Good value for moneyThe Lenovo ThinkPad L13 Yoga inherits the traits of the Lenovo ThinkPad L390. However, the new Comet Lake SoC was unable to achieve any noticeable increase in performance in the test. But the newer device had advantages in terms of...
slim and stable base, very fast SSD, system performance, pleasant backlit keyboard, very quiet under load, micro SD card reader, price-performance ratio, IR camera, webcam with ThinkShutter, 36 months' warranty, usable display with slight Delta-E-2000 de...
very high case temperatures under load, multi-core performance worse than its predecessor, ClickPad somewhat inaccurate in the corners, no RJ45 adapter included