Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme G1 Core i7-8750H 512GB 15.6in Reviews

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Manufacturer: Lenovo
Expert Reviews: 
 4.2
User Reviews: 
 5.0
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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme

3.8
Verdict: The ThinkPad X series' latest addition is an NVIDIA graphics-powered beast that weighs nearly two kilogrammes. How does it fare though Read on to find out.
Pros: Bright 4K display, Excellent build and finish, Decent battery life
Cons: Software glitches mar performance, Noisy cooling fans, Oversaturated colours

Read full review at Digit
5 months ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme review: The first X1 with a Core i7-8750H, and GeForce graphics

4.7
Verdict: I absolutely love this machine. In general, I always find ThinkPads to just be a pleasure to use, and I'm always looking for the right balance of power and portability. I also feel like up until recently, these types of machines were rare.
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Read full review at neowin
6 months ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme

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Verdict: There's a lot to like about the ThinkPad X1 Extreme, yet as a fan of the ThinkPad X1 Carbon, I'm conflicted on how I feel about Lenovo's souped-up sibling. You might assume that a larger display and beefier specifications would result in a superior overall experience, but laptops have evolved in...
Pros: Sleek ThinkPad X1 styling, Best-in-class keyboard, Excellent build quality, Six-core, 12-thread Core i7 CPU, Wide selection of I/O ports, Three-year warranty
Cons: Fan noise can be bothersome, High-end spec is very expensive

Read full review at HEXUS
5 months ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme Review

4.5
Verdict: Announced in August , the ThinkPad X1 Extreme got a discrete GPU, along with a 15.6-inch display. This is an important inflection point because until now the X1 line of computers was not often considered to be ideal for things such as video editing or even gaming.
Pros: Very good 4K display option, Lightest high-performance 15.6-inch, Fast battery charging, Great performance/value
Cons: Noisy under intense workloads, No Core i9 CPU option today

Read full review at ubergizmo.com
6 months ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme G1 Core i7-8750H 512GB 15.6in

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Verdict: A familiar but practically useful design. Signature ThinkPad keyboard with great travel and unmatched reliability. Now, the X1 Extreme gets top of the line CPU for enhanced performance. Lenovo recently the launched ThinkPad P1 , its most powerful performance notebook yet.
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Read full review at bgr.in
9 months ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme G1 Core i7-8750H 512GB 15.6in

4.0
Verdict: Lenovo has tried combining the best of all worlds with this laptop, and we're sure there are plenty of people who need a relatively portable machine that can be used for heavy creative work with a bit of entertainment on the side.
Pros: Good, Rugged yet light, Powerful enough for gaming and content creation, 4K HDR touchscreen, Very good keyboard and trackpad, Lots of ports and connectivity
Cons: Bad, Fan noise can be distracting, Underwhelming battery life, Extremely expensive

Read full review at gadgets.ndtv.com
1 month ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme review

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Verdict: The ThinkPad series has long been an iconic one for Lenovo, and its most recent addition aims to truly pacify demanding road warriors. The ThinkPad X1 Extreme packs plenty of tech into a 15-inch body, and what's more is that Lenovo is trying to bring a spot of gaming to an otherwise...
Pros: Powerful specs, Multiple display support
Cons: No full-sized network port

Read full review at TechRadar UK
9 months ago
 

Review: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme

4.5
Verdict: Lenovo is back with another X-series laptop, the ThinkPad X1 Extreme. This model joins the X1 Carbon and X1 Yoga, bringing the same general design aesthetic alongside the promise of handling demanding computing tasks "without a hitch.
Pros: Thin and lightweight, Stunning 4K touch display, Rapid charging technology
Cons: Can get loud and warm under heavy use, Battery life can be lacking

Read full review at SlashGear
6 months ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme review (Core i7-8850H, GTX 1050 Ti Max-Q, UHD screen)

4.2
Verdict: The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme is a premium thin-and-light 15-inch notebook with a compact form-factor, modern and powerful hardware, as well as little to no compromises, at least on paper.
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Read full review at ultrabookreview.com
6 months ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme

4.0
Verdict: Torn between the Dell XPS 15 and Apple MacBook Pro Your decision gets more complicated with the arrival of Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Extreme, a deluxe desktop replacement with a sensational Dolby Vision HDR screen.
Pros: Stylish, sleek, and light. Stunning 4K touch screen. Legendary ThinkPad keyboard. Two Thunderbolt 3 ports
Cons: Expensive. No Core i9 or WWAN option. Ethernet port requires optional dongle. Lackluster battery life

Read full review at PC Magazine
7 months ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme review: the right mix of work and fun

4.0
Verdict: Can you have fun using a business laptop
Pros: Crisp and bright 4K screen, I am sold on that keyboard, Great battery life, SD card slot
Cons: Fan noise gets worse on your lap, Who, Desirable configurations are, The speakers aren't that great

Read full review at theverge.com
7 months ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme Laptop : Cool Screen, Hot Temps

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Verdict: Whether you're editing 4K video, creating 3D animations or doing hardcore number crunching, you'll need a high-performance laptop with discrete graphics in order to be productive on the go.
Pros: Gorgeous 4K HDR screen, Strong performance overall, Snappy keyboard and pointing device, Upgradeable RAM and storage
Cons: Warm skin temperatures, Short battery life, Loud fans

Read full review at Tom's Hardware
7 months ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme (i5, FHD, GTX 1050 Ti Max-Q) Laptop Review

4.2
Verdict: The first review-unit of the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme managed to win us over in many ways, thus achieving a score of 91%. The cheaper model with FHD screen and i5 CPU, which we reviewed today, performed even better, scoring a rare 92% rating.
Pros: stable high-quality chassis, excellent input-devices, three year warranty standard on many models, plenty of ports, good CPU performance, low-key fan-noise, easy access to most components, 2x SODIMM for up tp 64 GB RAM, 2x M.2 2280 SSD slots, much better battery life compared with the 4K model,...
Cons: FHD panel doesn't reach 100 % sRGB & XPS 15 in terms of brightness, fans sometimes come on while idling, lower performance when running on battery, Energy management under load, worse battery life than Dell XPS 15, WWAN not even optional, electronic noise (hissing

Read full review at Notebookcheck
8 months ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme Review

4.0
Verdict: Both quick and practical, the ThinkPad X1 Extreme is a love letter to PC geeks
Pros: Excellent keyboard, Brilliant 4K display with HDR, Outstanding CPU performance, Can play most games at 1080p
Cons: So-so battery life, Weak audio quality

Read full review at Digitaltrends
8 months ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme Review: Thin, fast and all business

4.0
Verdict: The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme is not for the avocado-toast-eating youths. You know, the ones who take a laptop clad in brushed aluminum or maybe rose...
Pros: Relatively fast, yet light at 4 lbs, Upgrades options galore
Cons: Painfully expensive, 4K battery life is average at best

Read full review at PC World
3 months ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme review: The ThinkPad, perfected

5.0
Verdict: As expensive as the ThinkPad X1 Extreme is, it's very much the kind of laptop that earns its high-end status. That's the case even when the Blade 15, which costs slightly less, outperforms it in graphical applications - the Blade is ultimately a gaming laptop that can take on more serious...
Pros: Superb display, Fast CPU performance, Lots of business tools
Cons: Basic GPU, Middling battery life, Expensive

Read full review at IT PRO
4 months ago
 

Wonderful

5.0
Verdict: I have several recent top end laptops, a Surface Book 2, Macbook Pro, XPS, and now the X1E and by far this surpasses all of those in feel, screen and all around usefulness. I got a pro pen 2 by Lenovo and its screenwriting/pen input is so far ahead of Microsofts (its a Wacom vs Ntrig thing).
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Read full review at B&H Photo
7 months ago
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