Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon G6 Core i7-8550U 256GB 14in Reviews

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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon G6 Core i7-8550U 256GB 14in

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Verdict: Lenovo's X1 Carbon line has been widely regarded as the company's flagship business-class laptop over the past few years. The previous model, which we pored over in , brought a new, more compact chassis design with it, along with thinner display bezels and a refresh of Intel's Kaby Lake mobile...
Pros: Understated, Premium Good Looks, Excellent Performance, Class-Leading 14-inch HDR Display, Solid Battery Life, Best Laptop Keyboard Going, Quiet Demeanor
Cons: 1440p HDR Only Available Non-Touch, Moderate Throttling Under Extended Load With Default Power Profile, Pricey
4 months ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (2018) Review

5.0
Verdict: The ThinkPad X1 Carbon remains the ultimate business Ultrabook, thanks to its gorgeous design, awesome typing experience, long battery life and epic screen. If you're looking for even more endurance, your budget is tighter, and you don't need the same level of durability and security that the Carbon...
1 year ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 6th Gen review: Easily one of the best business ultrabooks on the market

4.7
Verdict: We've had the chance to review the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon in the past and every time we've walked away impressed. This year the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon is back yet again and we had a chance to go hands-on at CES 2018.
Pros: Beautiful design while remaining ThinkPad tough, Great display, even at 1080p, Thin and light great portability, Great performance, strong enough to run Adobe Premiere, Webcam privacy shutter, Strong battery life
Cons: Speakers could use some improvement, Webcam could be better, Could be pricey for some users
1 year ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad Carbon X1 (2018) review: The perfect business companion

4.0
Verdict: To sum it all up, the ThinkPad X1 Carbon 6 th Gen comes across as a great all-rounder business notebook. Lenovo successfully takes the practical fundamentals of the ThinkPad series and beautifully fuses it with the modern-day conveniences of an ultra-portable notebook.
1 year ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 2018 Review

5.0
Verdict: The new ThinkPad X1 Carbon is at the top of its game. With great performance, long battery life and a slim design it's the ultimate business notebook. The X1 Carbon 2018 model, also known as the 6th Gen,
Pros: Thin, Light & Great Design, Amazing Keyboard + TouchPad or Pointer Stick, Impressive Battery Live & Rapid Charging, Great Display Options Including Epic HDR Screen
Cons: Webcam Needs Upgraded
1 year ago
 

Living Up to a Tall Reputation: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (6th Generation)

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Verdict: THE THINKPAD X1 CARBON (6th Generation) carries on a tradition of excellence that goes back to 1992, when IBM shipped its first ThinkPad (Lenovo acquired the brand in 2005). By 1993, ThinkPads were the laptop of choice for NASA, thanks to solid quality, a good keyboard, strong performance, and...
1 year ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (6th Gen) review: A business laptop that's tops in its class

5.0
Verdict: Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Carbon 6th Gen is a superb business ultrabook, combining light weight, a powerful processor and excellent battery life.
Pros: As light as a tablet, Lenovo's top-of-the-line keyboard, Top-notch performance, Good battery life
Cons: Pricey, as befitting a premiere ultrabook, Gen 2 Ethernet connector is designed to sell you a dock, Take care when configuring, as touchless screens...
1 year ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon G6 Core i7-8550U 256GB 14in

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Verdict: its fresh ThinkPad X1 series at CES earlier this year, a range that is focused on offering business users portability and power in one device. This included the standard Carbon as well as a tablet version and a refreshed Yoga 2-in-1 device.
Pros: Robust, decent performance, does what it says on the tin, nice consumer Yoga design touch
Cons: Worse than expected battery life, Boring black colour way
1 year ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (2018) review: A flawed gem of a 14in laptop

4.0
Verdict: This latest ThinkPad X1 Carbon is a much more qualified success than its more recent predecessors; it's hot, it's expensive, and it's not as powerful as the XPS 13 despite having the same processor and RAM.
Pros: Light and compact, Much-improved display, Top-class keyboard
Cons: Temperamental trackpad, CPU performs below capacity
1 year ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon G6 Core i7-8550U 256GB 14in

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Verdict: The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon range in India starts at Rs 1,21,000. The laptop features a full carbon fiber chassis, which keeps it durable and light. The X1 Carbon is focused on business productivity, and achieves that well.
1 year ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 2018 (WQHD HDR, i7) Laptop Review

4.0
Verdict: The 2018 version of the ThinkPad X1 Carbon did not change that much compared to the previous model. The chassis is basically identical, and Lenovo only changed some visual details. We like the black logos and hinges, but the new colored X1 logo on the lid takes time getting used to.
Pros: high-end, light, and slim chassis, very bright WQHD panel with wide color gamut, decent performance utilization of the quad-core CPU, modern port selection including regular USB Type-A, good system performance, excellent keyboard, long battery runtime, three-year warranty, fast SD reader..
Cons: ...but only microSD and tricky to access, very glossy screen, HDR is not supported yet, high surface temperatures under load, fan quickly reacts to load and emits a high-pitched noise, not "WWAN-ready, very limited maintenance, LAN only via (included) adapter
1 year ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (2018) review

4.0
Verdict: As much as I love the ThinkPad X1 Carbon, it's not the best laptop in its price range. And cost is what it's all about. The Dell XPS 13 has similar benchmark scores, a prettier design, and a longer battery life for £200 less.
Pros: Ultra-portable, Wonderful keyboard, Speedy benchmarks, Built-in webcam cover
Cons: Oversaturated display, Occasionally tricky trackpad, Shorter battery life than old X1 Carbon
1 year ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (2018) review: business in the front, business in the back

4.0
Verdict: There are few things more consistent in the tech world than ThinkPad laptops. For over 25 years, IBM and then Lenovo have been cranking out the utilitarian workhorses that put business needs first.
Pros: Lightweight, yet durable design, Comfortable keyboard, good touchpad, Adequate supply of ports, Matte display option is a treat, Fast performance
Cons: Only average battery life, Questionable keyboard layout choices, Dizzying array of configurations that require too many compromises, Sucky fingerprint scanner, Active, sometimes noisy, fans
1 year ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon G6 Core i7-8550U 256GB 14in

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Verdict: Every year since 2012, Lenovo went out of its way to create what it deems to be the ultimate mobile warrior machine: the ThinkPad X1 Carbon. Each year (aside from the touch panel hiccup in 2014 ), it inches its way to perfection.
1 year ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (6th gen 2018) review: HDR screen makes for sometimes sensational laptop

4.0
Verdict: The sixth-generation Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon gets in first with HDR screen skills, making it a standout laptop. Its not eye-searingly bright, mind, but that added brightness certainly makes for clean visuals that are far cleaner than other laptops we've been using of late.
Pros: HDR screen option is bright and clean, Tough magnesium alloy frame and different 'business casual' lightweight carbon design, 4G/LTE support for on-the-go working
Cons: Undeniably expensive, Battery life should be better, HDR screen backlight not uniform (shows in dim conditions, Nipple trackpad's presence won't appeal to all
1 year ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (6th Gen) review: A business laptop that's tops in its class

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Verdict: It's hard to find any fault with Lenovo's latest entry into the X1 Carbon line, especially if you're looking for a moderately powerful business machine with good battery life. One of its drawbacks, its high price, will likely be erased if an IT department budget is footing the bill, rather than a...
1 year ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (2018)

4.0
Verdict: For road warriors who value portability and are blessed with generous IT budgets, it doesn't get much better than the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon. This ultraportable takes nearly everything there is to love about full-size ThinkPads and puts it in a much smaller, but just as good-looking, package.
Pros: Premium build quality. Thin and light. Very good battery life. Quick charging
Cons: Expensive. Finicky touch screen. Anemic speakers. No Ethernet port
1 year ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga 2018 nearly perfects the X1 Carbon as a convertible with a pen

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Verdict: The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (6th gen, 2018) is arguably the perfect traditional laptop – but what if you could make it better – and slightly more expensive The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga (3rd gen, 2018) is that laptop, because it is a convertible that has a built-in pen.
Pros: Great 2-in-1 design and looks, The HDR display is now anti-reflective, Built-in active pen for whenever you need it, Pretty good audio
Cons: Odd configuration options and limitations, Terrible fingerprint reader
1 year ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (6th Gen)

4.5
Verdict: The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (6th gen) is simply the best thin and light machine you can buy in the commercial or consumer space.
Pros: Best in class keyboard, Bright, matte, IPS, touchscreen display, Excellent performer, Dependable battery life
Cons: Expensive
1 year ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (2018) Review

3.5
Verdict: The X1 Carbon is a slick refinement of the classic ThinkPad formula.
Pros: Refined keyboard and touchpad experience, Soft-touch carbon materials feel great, Perfect use of Thunderbolt 3, Speedy processor and storage, Robust build quality
Cons: Touchscreen isn't responsive, Expensive compared to competitors, Mediocre battery life under some loads
1 year ago
 

Thinkpad X1 Carbon has Exceeded my Expectations

5.0
Verdict: Snappy boot time, i7 processor, 500 GB SSD hard drive, durable and responsive keyboard, didn't scrimp on RAM (16GB) to keep the price down, light as a feather and durable. Even like the design, and location of the power supply and finally, enough battery life to go all day long and then some without...
2 months ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon G6 Core i7-8550U 256GB 14in

5.0
Verdict: Works great - reliable and fast. Great build quality. No complaints.
4 months ago
 

All Around Workstation

5.0
Verdict: I figure I will drop my other review in here in case anyone wants the full scoop.
Pros: - So light. Yes the 2lb difference between the MacBook Pro and this does make a noticeable difference
Cons: - Trackpad. It is on par with other Windows pcs and high quality, but simply not as good as the macs
1 year ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon G6 Core i7-8550U 256GB 14in

5.0
Verdict: I watched videos that talked about how good the keyboard feels. They were right. Replaced my macbook air with this X1 Carbon. Using it for work and personal use. Very happy
2 months ago
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