Compact and lightweight, Comfortable keyboard with great touchpad, Available 1080p webcam and vPro management, Wi-Fi 6E, Matte screen finish reduces glare
Limited configuration options, Frequent fan noise
Source: Windows CentralWho it's forThose who want a high-end ThinkPad without paying (quite) X1 pricesThose who need extra security measures and durabilityThose who want an excellent keyboard and lots of portsThose who want 10 to 12 hours of battery lifeW...
Chassis is now aluminum, Taller 16:10 display, Keyboard still excellent, Plenty of ports with dual Thunderbolt 4, Excellent battery life
Loose touchpad rattles, Chunky bezel, Soldered RAM, No SD card reader, 1080p camera should be standard
The ThinkPad X13 Gen 2 serves up zippy video transcoding, impressive overall performance and a productivity-boosting keyboard, but you'll be better off shelling out a little more for the highly rated X1 Carbon...
Productivity-boosting keyboard, Competition-beating video transcoding, Great battery life, Mix of modern and legacy ports
Wonky touchpad, Slow SSD, Thick bezels
In review: Lenovo ThinkPad X13 G2. Test model courtesy of Campuspoint.The new ThinkPad X13 G2 is a good update. The device is slightly more compact, you get 16:10 displays, the performance of the Tiger Lake processor is good and Lenovo also managed to inc...