Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga G3 Core i7-8550U 512GB 14in Reviews

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Manufacturer: Lenovo
Expert Reviews: 
 4.0
User Reviews: 
 4.3
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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga (2018)

4.0
Verdict: The X1 Yoga is a cutting-edge 2-in-1 stuffed into a tried-and-true but very premium chassis. If you must have a laptop with an HDR screen, it's worth the considerable expense. If not, there are other high-end business 2-in-1s with similar computing performance, better battery life, and cheaper...
Pros: Copious memory and storage as configured. Bright, vivid HDR display. Built-in active stylus. Keyboard automatically retracts in tablet mode. Quick charging
Cons: Expensive as configured. Ethernet port requires proprietary adapter
1 year ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga 3rd Gen review: A speedy, premium 2-in-1 with a lofty price tag

4.0
Verdict: Tough, fast, and generous with battery life, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga has a lot going for it, but a bargain price isn't one of them.
Pros: Premium construction and tough shell, Sliding cover for webcam lens, Impressive performance and battery life
Cons: Steep price tag, Tough-to-access memory card slot
1 year ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga 3rd-gen Review: a flexible business ultrabook

4.5
Verdict: Lenovo has a flexible version of its most popular business ultrabook, the ThinkPad X1 Yoga. As the name suggests, the X1 Yoga brings the X1 lineup's robust business features to Lenovo's flexible Yoga design, enabling users to fold the display entirely back into a tablet-like mode.
Pros: Excellent display, X1 Carbon style with Yoga flexibility, Tablet Mode and built-in stylus, 4G LTE option, Robust sound quality
Cons: Stylus is difficult to remove
1 year ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga (3rd Gen) review

4.0
Verdict: Since its inception, the ThinkPad has been a flagship for business computing best practice, where price is a secondary consideration compared to performance, resilience and reliability.
Pros: Massively powerful, Stunning screen, Retractable keyboard
Cons: High price, Mediocre battery life
1 year ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga 2018 (Core i5-8250U, FHD) Convertible Review

4.0
Verdict: We held the Core i7 HDR variant of the 2018 X1 Yoga in a positive light. We lauded its well-built chassis, good performance, and quiet operation but took some issue with its high price tag. At USD $2400, that model of the X1 Yoga may be out of the price range of most users.
Pros: excellent build quality, versatile modes, well-balanced keyboard, good security options, great port selection w/ 2x Thunderbolt 3, accurate and comfortable TrackPoint, good color accuracy, no PWM, blazing fast storage, excellent performance without much sacrifice in fan noise or heat, very slim,...
Cons: on the pricey side, mediocre color space coverage, heavy for a 2-in-1, display is a bit too dim, problems with glare, thin and unpleasant speakers, somewhat awkward to use in tablet mode due to size, no dedicated volume keys make volume adjustment cumbersome in tablet mode
1 year ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga G3 Core i7-8550U 512GB 14in

4.0
Verdict: We have covered Lenovo's X1 Yoga series since , and while the company might only be on its 3rd generation machine, what's under its hood is what might be thought of as four generations of advancement since then.
Pros: Outstanding 2-in-1 functionality, Quad-Core processor, Best in class keyboard, Solid display, Excellent stylus pen functionality, Fast NVMe SSD
Cons: Thermal throttles quickly, SD/SIM slot hard to access, Speakers are lacking
1 year ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga

4.3
Verdict: Has it really only been four years since Lenovo's first Yoga hybrid That 13-inch two-in-one PC was the biggest argument in favor of the then-new Windows 8 and its tile-based interface, because it could transform into a touch-friendly tablet with ease, and because it did so without compromising the...
Pros: The new OLED display looks stunning, and this professional-level Yoga has a great keyboard, active stylus, and rugged body
Cons: It's not as thin or light as the more consumer-oriented Yoga hybrids, and adding the OLED screen is an expensive option
3 years ago
 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga (3rd Generation) Review

4.5
Verdict: General Usage & Final Thoughts I've been using the ThinkPad X1 Yoga as my main laptop for a few weeks now and I am really enjoying it. First off it is thin and light enough that it does not add much extra bulk to my backpack. That power adapter is also very small.
Pros: – Great performance with the Intel Core i58250U, – ThinkPad security features, – Extremely comfortable keyboard, – ThinkPad Pro Pen included, – Dual Thunderbolt 3 ports, – Superfast NVMe SSD
Cons: – No "borderless" display, – No 4K display option available
1 year ago
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