Reviewers Liked

  • Multiple modes make for a versatile laptop, ThinkPad ruggedness, Keyboard is protected in stand, tablet and tent modes, Top-notch keyboard, touch pad and TrackPoint
  • Locking keyboard, Build Quality, Processing Power and Options, Notebook First Design, Wealth of Ports
  • Slim and well-built casing, good IPS multitouch panel, good system performance, SSD as system storage device present, decent input devices, sophisticated keyboard lock in tablet mode, very quiet even during full load, good battery life, stylus (ThinkPad
  • Good battery life, Durable design, High quality keyboard, Builtin stylus
  • Good battery life, Accurate stylus, MIL-STD 810G tested, Includes useful software
  • Durable construction, reinforced with carbon fibres, Lack of PWM with normal screen brightness levels while working, Comfortable “AccuType” keyboard, IPS panel, TrackPoint and a multi-touch screen

Reviewers Didn't Like

  • Decent, but not stellar, performance, Like most big-screen 2-in-1s, a bit unwieldy in tablet mode, Silver model lacks anti-glare display option, fingerprint reader
  • ThinkPad Pro Pen is too tiny and feels unnatural in the hand, Physical Windows button when Windows Now supports on-screen buttons, Silver model is very, very susceptible to glare, Heft, The ThinkPad Yoga 460 is a perfectly competent notebook. The keyboard
  • No maintenance hatch, non-removable battery, some interfaces too close, fingerprint-receptive casing surface, 12-month warranty only, high price
  • Middling performance, Glossy reflective display
  • Mushy keyboard, Middling performance
  • Poor coverage of the sRGB color gamut