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Testing the Lenovo ThinkBook Gen2. Test unit provided by campuspoint.Lenovo continues to develop the ThinkBook discretely, mainly using more modern hardware inside. Corresponding to the configuration, it is able to use its performance well, mastering vari...
good constant performance, Thunderbolt 4 port, available slot for a second SSD, robust case
short battery life, only a single RAM slot
Another year has passed, and Lenovo is improving their ThinkBook 15 quite well. Now, the processor they use is being used pretty well, and the cooling solution is able to maintain the higher 28W sustained power limit of the Core i7-1165G7. Interestingly...
Adequate price tag, Two M.2 NVMe drives, Thunderbolt 4 and Wi-Fi 6 connections + SD card reader on board, The power button is equipped with an optional fingerprint reader, Sustains the larger 28W power limit, Doesn't use PWM for brightness adjustment (LG...
Build quality is not the best, Surprisingly poor iGPU performance, Uneven luminance across the area of the screen (LG LP156WFC-SPD1), Covers only 51% of sRGB (LG LP156WFC-SPD1)