Reviewers Liked

  • ThinkPad level build quality, Decent keyboard, Cool and quiet work, Memory and storage upgradeability, 8 hours of web surfing on battery power
  • Upgradeable RAM, SSD, WiFi, Price is competitive, Great keyboard, Snappy fingerprint reader, Lots of ports, Allday battery life
  • Fantastic design, Attractive display, Excellent keyboard, Solid performer
  • Strong performance, Comfortable keyboard, Durable build quality, Solid battery life
  • Excellent keyboard, Durably designed, Very good battery life, Powerful speakers, Customizable stylus
  • Very good maintenance options, good input devices, long battery life, very quiet operation
  • RAM expandable up to 32 GB, very good input devices, high-quality IPS display with good brightness and colours, solid I/O, the case feels good to the touch, the fan is usually quiet, surface temperatures remain low under load

Reviewers Didn't Like

  • Mediocre color range (LP133WF2-SPL), The contrast ratio is modest for an IPS panel (LP133WF2-SPL), Relatively low CPU performance
  • Drab display, Slow SSD
  • Hinge's a bit loose, No backlit lighting for keyboard, Average battery life, Photos by Raj Rout, Facebook Comments, ShareTweet
  • Display could be more colorful, Basic design
  • Dim display with thick bezels, Touchpad a bit small, Below-average graphics performance, Dull webcam
  • Low color space coverage, low brightness, few business features
  • The base lacks the rigidity of other ThinkPads, no Lift & Lock keyboard mechanism, only twelve months warranty, poor performance in our WiFi reception test, low PWM frequency at high brightness, missing business features (WWAN, smartcard reader)