Four different form factors.
Excellent keyboard and controls.
Utility-packed business software.
Above-average port selection.
More storage than SSD-only convertibles.
Wide viewing angles.
Battery life soso with HDD option (SSD is better).
Poor battery life.
No pen support.
Only five touch points.
Mini HDMI instead of full-size HDMI port.
Screen accelerometer can have a mind of its own.
Flipping into portrait view randomly.
Slow wake from sleep.
By InfoWorld on June 06, 2013
One notebook, multiple modes: That's the idea behind Lenovo's ThinkPad Twist, a three-way combination of tablet, notebook, and presentation device. The basic idea is a good one, but many little annoyances -- both in the software and the hardware...77
By Ubergizmo on April 12, 2013
an overall good, adaptable Ultrabook) The more Ultrabooks adopt something like the Lenovo ThinkPad Twist’s ability to adapt to nearly any situation, the better the market will be as we enjoyed being able to use it in one of its four modes....-
By Wired UK on March 21, 2013
The ThinkPad Twist ditches the usual ultrabook style in favour of robust practicality. The screen resolution may be so-so but there are no complaints about its sensitivity and the responsive keyboard feels great too. The twist option is a tried and...80
By Gadling on February 18, 2013
The advances in touch screen technology over the past few years have had an undeniable impact on how we interact with our gadgets. Touch screens have made our smartphones more responsive and have allowed tablets to become a part of our daily lives. It...-
By PC Pro on February 11, 2013
There are hints of the usual ThinkPad excellence, but poor build quality and occasionally iffy ergonomics fail to...67
By uk.hardware.info on February 05, 2013
The Lenovo ThinkPad Twist is nice and solid laptop. It has a number of business-oriented features and sports a very reasonable price tag. There is also room for improvement in certain areas, such as a higher resolution screen. We would also have...-
By Good Gear Guide on February 01, 2013
The Lenovo Twist has a conventional design that can allow it to be used easily as a notebook or as a tablet. It has a decent configuration and a useful set of built-in features, but it's not without its problems. Our review unit had poorly...60
By IT PRO on January 14, 2013
Lenovo has joined the Windows 8 party with the Twist, a ThinkPad that uses the traditional hinged method to switch between its laptop and tablet modes, and it's a good piece of design - but, while the usual ThinkPad visuals are in place, build...67
By Expert Reviews on January 11, 2013
Poor battery life, mediocre performance and display problems make this an average business convertible...60
By Trusted Reviews on January 03, 2013
We’re seeing a whole load of different convertibles that straddle the line between laptop and tablet since the launch of Windows 8. There are detachable slates with keyboard docks, like the . There are sliding models such as the . There are even...70