Reviewers Liked

  • Slim but solid industrial design, Up to a 4K touch screen, Mobile broadband option, Rapid battery charging, Stylus (provided) charges in an on-device housing
  • Slim, lightweight aluminum build with Iron Gray color, New bright UHD HDR display option, Anti-fry tech and rapid charging, Built-in pen and 360-degree flexible hinge, Dolby Atmos paired with up-firing speakers
  • The fourth-gen Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga continues to be one of the best two-in-one convertibles for business thanks to an abundance of hardware options and security features all wrapped up in a thinner, lighter aluminum frame
  • Stable, compact case, aluminum surface less susceptible to dirt, significantly better speakers, brighter Full HD LCD for basic models, good equipment with business features & ports, very comfortable input devices, mostly very quiet operation, generous wa

Reviewers Didn't Like

  • Battery life with heavy use may disappoint, Some security features limited to certain configurations
  • Only one of the four display options has Lenovo's screen privacy feature, and battery life is predictably shorter with the UHD-resolution display
  • Touchscreen / digitizer pen did not work in the area on the right, wrist rest heats up a bit in everyday use, worse battery life than competitors, missing (micro) SD card reader, LTE can not be retrofitted (only ex factory optional), no "Wave" keyboard a