Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga (20FQ / 20FR)

alaTest har samlat in och analyserat 46 tester för Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga (20FQ / 20FR). Det genomsnittliga betyget av denna produkt är 4.2/5, att jämföra med genomsnittsbetyget 4.1/5 för Bärbara datorer. Konstruktionen och designen uppskattas av recensenterna men prisvärdheten uppskattas inte lika mycket. Storleken och strömsnålheten får blandade omdömen.

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Expertrecension från: (techradar.com)

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga review

 

A 2-in-1 made for enterprise

Lenovo has produced a 2-in-1 device which is a great all-rounder with many strong points, and the only real downsides are the price and battery life.

Jul 2016

Expertrecension från: Benjamin Herzig (notebookcheck.net)

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga (OLED) Convertible Review

 

A class of its own. Lenovo goes all-in with the ThinkPad X1 Yoga 20FRS1VS00. The icing on the cake is the OLED screen. Our review update will find out how the flagship convertible from Lenovo performs.

light and well-built chassis, convertible features (360 degree hinges, Wacom Digitizer), excellent input devices, OLED panel with perfect contrast and huge color gamut, long warranty

outdoor capabilities of the screen, average battery runtime, very high price

The X1 Yoga is a convincing overall package. It is the combination of Lenovo’s main innovation drivers, the ThinkPad X1 and Yoga. Does it earn a recommendation?

Expertrecension från: Bernhard Pechlaner (notebookcheck.net)

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga 20FQ-000QUS Convertible Review

 

Yoga-ized. Lenovo's flagship business Ultrabook - the Thinkpad X1 - gets the Yoga-treatment and joins the company's every-growing stable of 2-in-1 convertibles. How the new offspring with its active stylus compares is the subject of our review.

very slim and light, good performance, 2-in-1 versatility, good keyboard / touchpad, comes with Wacom AES pen, great color / grayscale accuracy after calibration

expensive, some flexing / creaking, no USB-C, IPS display is not bright enough, just average battery life

Overall, the Lenovo X1 Yoga is a solid and well-designed business convertible, although - at a street price of $1700 for our configuration - it's far from inexpensive. The Yoga continues where the "normal" X1 has left off: the chassis is made from...

Expertrecension från: Tom Warren (theverge.com)

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga review: tomorrow's display in yesterday's laptop

 

I haven't used a Lenovo laptop as my main computer for years. In fact, the last time I touched a Lenovo laptop for more than a few hours was when I used to manage a fleet of them in a corporate...

Beautiful OLED display ; Chiclet keyboard ; Light and portable

Unreliable battery life ; Aging, boring design ; Unnecessary nub and trackpad buttons

Okt 2016

Expertrecension från: Brett Howse, Brandon Chester (anandtech.com)

The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga Review: OLED and LCD Tested

 

Earlier this year at CES , Lenovo took the wraps off their latest lineup of premium business class notebooks, and they revamped the X1 lineup completely. Originally the X1 was just the X1 Carbon notebook, but Lenovo has decided to expand the X1 series...

Overall, the X1 Yoga is a good convertible. Lenovo has managed to make it thinner and lighter than the original X1 Carbon, yet still offer the versatility of the Yoga hinge. It's a solid offering from Lenovo. If thin, light, convertible, and...

Sep 2016

Expertrecension från: Matthew Buzzi (pcmag.com)

Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Yoga (OLED)

 

OLED technology and a higher screen resolution hike up the price of this version of Lenovo's Thinkpad X1 Yoga, but this business convertible performs well, boasts plenty of features, and now looks even better.

The OLED display is vibrant, crisp, and a first for the industry. Convertible design is lightweight and durable. Comfortable keyboard. Built-in stylus.

Expensive. OLED display decreases battery life. No USB-C or Ethernet ports.

Conclusion The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga with an OLED display offers the same top-notch design, functionality, and performance as the original Editors' Choice X1 Yoga. The internal components also received an upgrade, so it's definitely more expensive,...

Sep 2016

DT Recommended Product

Expertrecension från: Matt Smith (digitaltrends.com)

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga review

 

Lenovo's work-obsessed 2-in-1 has the grunt and functionality serious users demand.

Lenovo’s pricing changes frequently, but our review unit currently sells for about $1,800 (with $125 added if you want the OLED screen).

Aug 2016

Expertrecension från: (cnet.com)

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga OLED

 

It turned out that the Yoga really was the one hybrid to rule them all, and every other major PC maker, including Dell, HP, Toshiba and others, experimented with all sorts of flipping, folding, rotating, and shifting hybrid PC design before settling on...

The new OLED display looks stunning, and this professional-level Yoga has a great keyboard, active stylus, and rugged body.

It's not as thin or light as the more consumer-oriented Yoga hybrids, and adding the OLED screen is an expensive option.

The best 2-in-1 Yoga Lenovo makes gets even better with the addition of a stunning OLED display.

Aug 2016

Expertrecension från: (engadget.com)

Lenovo's Thinkpad X1 Yoga will make you want OLED everywhere

 

The OLED edition of Lenovo's X1 Yoga makes a good argument for moving past LCD screens. Its display is bright and vibrant, but you'll pay a premium for the privilege of using it.

Incredible OLED screen ; Durable and portable design ; Great keyboard

Expensive compared to LCD models ; Meager battery life ; Stylus is uncomfortable

The Thinkpad X1 Yoga is a reminder that OLED isn't just bright and bold, it's a transformative display technology. Now if only it weren't so expensive.

Aug 2016

Expertrecension från: Brittany A. Roston (slashgear.com)

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga Review — an ultrabook unlike any other

 

Ultrabooks are a wonderful thing, but they're known to require compromise: you get this (usually thin and lightweight construction), but you have to sacrifice that (let's say battery life and durability). It's this very nature of compromise that turns...

I’ve probably made it clear by this point that I’m rather fond of the ThinkPad X1 Yoga. It is very good at what it is, but, of course, if what you need falls outside the realm of what an ultrabook can provide, even the X1 Yoga won’t be satisfactory....

Aug 2016