Incredibly light, Immaculate design and engineering, Fine keyboard and 16:10 aspect ratio display, Impressive battery life
Expensive, Short on ports, No microSD card slot or security lock slot
A powerhouse for portable productivity. Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Nano is the last word in portable productivity, packing a great keyboard, strong performance, and long battery life in a light yet rugged chassis. It's a shame the X1 Nano's price puts it out of...
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Nano: Price, availability, and specsSource: Daniel Rubino / Windows CentralThe ThinkPad X1 Nano starts at around $1,056 on the Lenovo website. Users can customize just about every aspect of the laptop, including the OS, processor, RAM...
Extremely light and portable design, Brilliant keyboard and trackpad, Outstanding 16:10 2K display, Optional 4G/5G, Zero Touch login/User presence detection
720p webcam is weak for 2021, Antiquated exhaust system, Small sacrifice on battery life
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Nano is an extraordinarily lightweight laptop that offers good performance, a decent keyboard, and a 16:10 display that has a few more pixels than you typically find in a laptop this small. It also has better speaks than you'd expec...
Lenovo has an attractive, rock-solid option in its ultra-portable business-class laptop lineup with the new ThinkPad X1 Nano. Performance with our Intel Core i7-1160G7-powered model was also very good. In some tests, like Cinebench or GeekBench 5, for exa...
Only Dual Thunderbolt 4 USBC, 720p Webcam, Pricey In General, Disappointing Upgrades With Higher Prices
Lenovo has hit the trifecta with its featherweight ThinkPad X1 Nano: It's fast, it's light, and it boasts great battery life. The array of privacy-minded features, bright 2K screen, and the great keyboard are further highlights...
Perfect balance of performance and battery life, Premium keyboard, Facial recognition and presence detection, Weighs less than 2 pounds
Only two ports (Thunderbolt 4, at least), No touchscreen on this particular SKU
I f If you've used a ThinkPad before, you probably know 90 percent of what to expect from the ThinkPad X1 Nano. All of the staples are here. It's got the black carbon fiber chassis, the discrete buttons on top of the touchpad, the mechanical privacy shutt...
Weighs less than two pounds, 16:10 display, Capable processor, Windows Hello webcam with physical shutter, Exceptional build quality
Not many ports, Unintuitive keyboard layout, Touchpad is a bit small, Battery life isn't the best, On the pricey side
This Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Nano review shows how it offers solid performance for a business laptop, not to mention amazing battery life, a colorful 2K anti-glare display and even some useful software that will help business users. However, when you compare i...
Light weight, Best-in-class keyboard, High-res, 16:10 screen fits more work, Long battery life,
No USB Type-A or HDMI Ports, Expensive
Let's wrap up by saying that the ThinkPad X1 Nano is something spectacular. Its quality of build and the incredibly thin and light chassis result in a laptop that is extremely comfortable to carry. In fact, you barely feel it in your hand. And interesting...
Sub 1 kilogram body made out of carbon fiber and magnesium alloy, Surprisingly good performance, Covers 99.5% of the sRGB color gamut, has high maximum brightness, and the color representation is accurate with our Gaming and Web design profile (MND007ZA1-...
Poor upgradeability, Limited I/O, making dongles and adapters mandatory, Tends to get pretty warm under extreme workloads
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Nano is a lovely laptop, and frankly, the engineering that went into this is remarkable. My only complaints about it are that the screen is small, that there's no USB Type-A, and I kind of wish that there wasn't a fan, although not...
In review: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Nano. Test model courtesy of Lenovo Germany.Lenovo delivers a very good performance in many regards. The X1 nano is an interesting new member for the X1 family as an ultra-mobile business subnotebook with a weight under 1 kg...