Editor’s Brief Review
|✓ Extremely Thin but robust framework||✕ The keyboard is not up to Lenovo’s general criterion|
|✓ Sophisticated design||✕ Only two USB-C Thunderbolt 4 ports|
|✓ First-class 3:2 screen||✕ Compact battery life|
|✓ Mobile broadband (4G LTE or 5G) option||✕ High-priced|
Lenovo’s premium, the business-focused range, continues to expand. Designed with high-spec functionality with amazing design, X1 laptops are expensive compared to the last ThinkPad X1 I reviewed, the ThinkPad X1 Nano, with a starting price of₹199,136 in the India. This is closely relatable with the convertible ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga.
WHAT IS IT?
A special edition of the Lenovo X1 Yoga 2 in 1 with a titanium framework
It starts at ₹199,136
👍 Big Thumbs Qualities
Bright screen, superb build quality, super portable, webcam with presence detection and privacy shutter, stylus support
👎 DON’T LIKE
Somewhat Costly, performance wise Just OK, tiny touchpad, RAM is soldered on
The thickness of this laptop is just 11.5mm. This Lenovo ThinkPad Intel Evo-branded device is Lenovo’s thinnest than other ThinkPad. It may not be the lightest ThinkPad though, at 1.15kg, it’s somewhat difficult to carry. The carbon fibre, titanium, and magnesium alloy metals used in the framework make this a sturdy device. We did not flex the lid in our hands to cause any concern, and the base feels solid. Even though it has crossed MIL-STD 810H testing, we’d still be tempted to use a protecting sleeve to store and move the ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga. Apart from anything else, the lightly textured finish on the lid is attractive.
The Lenovo X1 Titanium is capable of working outdoors while still producing delightfully rich colours. The X1 Titanium is a 13.5-inch QHD display (2256 x 1504) with a greater aspect ratio of 3:2, which determines that it is abler for getting work done than for entertainment. At the left side, two USB-C ports with Thunderbolt 4, which is one short of what we generally desire on a laptop, is its size but somewhat obvious given by this laptop’s sleek dimensions. On the right the power button and a headphone jack, with a bonus fingerprint reader on the inside above the keyboard.
As the thinnest ever Lenovo ThinkPad, the X1 Titanium Yoga is an extraordinary laptop. It has some top-notch specs, and the QHD IPS screen is excellent. But it’s not out disadvantages, and possibly, its premium price implies there should be some of them.
Its speakers are frustratingly slight of bass, the keyboard isn’t actually up to Lenovo’s typically high standards, battery life is unsatifing, and the screen bezels could be nearer. Anyone operating with legacy connectors will have the calculated expense of getting a USB-C hub or adapters.
Overall, although that is an effective convertible laptop, you can get better value elsewhere, both from Lenovo and other manufacturers. To get more information about this laptop visit www.digitaldreamsjaipur.com