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In review: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga G1Even after a year has passed, our assessment of the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga does not change fundamentally. This review sample does not have the paint defect on the lid, but it does have the problem th...
only 2x USB-C, no PCIe 4.0 SSD, display lid has a slight offset, weaker performance than other models
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Titanium is an excellent addition that adds two essential features to the X-Series. First, the 3:2 display introduces massive changes in daily comfort and productivity, which is the prime reason for choosing this laptop.Virtually an...
M ost Most people know a ThinkPad when they see it. While the line has evolved throughout its decades of existence, it's maintained a consistent ThinkPad look, ThinkPad feel, and ThinkPad set of features, from the red keyboard nub to the trio of discrete...
Super thin, High-resolution 3:2 display, Lightweight but durable, Titanium lid, Stylus support
Finicky touchpad, Not many ports, Thin audio, Nowhere to keep the stylus, Battery life is just okay
As the thinnest ever ThinkPad, the X1 Titanium Yoga is a standout laptop. It has some top-notch specifications, and the QHD IPS screen is superb. But it's not without drawbacks, and arguably, its premium price suggests there should be fewer of them. The...
Extremely thin but robust chassis, Elegant design, Excellent 3:2 screen, Mobile broadband (4G LTE or 5G) option
Keyboard isn't up to Lenovo's usual standard
A remarkably thin and light laptop with good speakers and a great screenStill, it's pricey and underperforms compared to the competitionThe thinnest ThinkPad to date is an attractive, lightweight convertible, and packs enough oomph to get work done. But s...
One thing we found really cumbersome is to find the specific target group of people for this notebook. And what is its biggest selling point? Is it the titanium material partially used for the build of this device. In that case, the laptop would be nothin...
11.5mm thickness, Titanium + Carbon + Magnesium alloy, 99% sRGB coverage, 3:2 aspect ratio, and accurate colors with our Gaming and Web design profile (LPM135M467), Doesn't use PWM for brightness adjustment (LPM135M467), 2x Thunderbolt 4, Wi-Fi 6, option...
Poor upgradeability, Limited I/O, making dongles and adapters mandatory, Nonuniform luminance and color (LPM135M467)
As I said before, the Titanium is a ThinkPad for the most part but in its pursuit of more casual features it differentiates itself from its cousins in ways that feel excessively premium. The reduced weight is appreciated but at the sacrifice of a familiar...
Extremely thin, Looks and feels classy, Great webcam,
Priced for business, so more expensive, Haptic touchpad can feel unresponsive
A functional and powerful 2-in-1 for ThinkPad fans.The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga doesn't feel as premium as its price suggests, but it's a highly functional and powerful 2-in-1 that will please frequent travelers. The display's 3:2 aspect ratio is...
Just in case I haven't expressed this enough, I love this PC. It's my new favorite. It's super-portable without making compromises, and that makes it a real pleasure. In fact, aside from missing a pen garage, which would be impossible on something like th...
The IT buyers who think the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon is the pinnacle of thin-and-light business laptops will have to think again. The new ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga (starts at $1,769.40; $2,021.40 as tested) re-imagines the classic executive notebook. Thi...