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Ultraportable laptops with 13 or 14-inch displays and low-power processors are great for a certain kind of user. Those folks are usually found running from gate to gate in an airport or catching an Uber to a sales meeting. These machines have great single...
In review: The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 4Lenovo delivers a substantial redesign with the ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 4, which improves the already good multimedia laptop in many aspects. Nevertheless, there's still room for improvement.One of the bigges...
high quality and stable case, 2x SODIMM and M.2 2280, great 16:10 4K display with pen and touch support, good speakers, decent GPU performance
below-average battery life, keyboard downgraded, not WWAN-ready, no longer has a smart card reader, no OLED option anymore
Source: Windows CentralWho it's forThose who need high-end performance from a relatively thin and lightweight laptopThose who have a large budgetThose who want some of the best typing, pointing, and audio in a laptopWho it isn't forThose who need all-day...
New 16inch display with 16:10 aspect ratio, Thunderbolt 4, 5G LTE, Topfiring speakers with Dolby Atmos, Best keyboard available, 1080p camera, IR sensor
Battery life isn't great, Very expensive with frequent price fluctuations, Chassis is a fingerprint magnet, Some display light bleed
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme gen4 represents the technological pinnacle of the ThinkPad X1 series. As such, it has the highest possible configuration options of any X1 and shows how far Lenovo's laptop technology can go for that generation of laptops.Wh...
If we hadn't just reviewed the latest Dell XPS 15 OLED, we'd be raving about the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 4 (starts at $1,639; $2,498 as tested). A brilliant OLED display was one of our favorite features of last year's X1 Extreme Gen 3. The new Leno...
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 4 has switched to a 16:10 display and the latest components from Intel and Nvidia, making for a powerful laptop that can show more of your work-as long as you're willing to pay enterprise prices...