Reviewers Liked

  • Laptop-to-tablet versatility, Responsive pen input, Exemplary keyboard
  • A rare convertible with NVIDIA Quadro graphics. Solid build, great keyboard, good 2K display option. Comes with active Wacom pen
  • Excellent performance, Coloraccurate display, Solid construction, Great keyboard
  • Minimal backlight bleeding, integrated active stylus, respectable battery life, comfortable keyboard, easy serviceability, wider color gamut, quiet fan, no PWM
  • Strong performance, Accurate display, Comfortable keyboard, Durable design
  • Quiet, versatile, active digitizer included, good system performance, good touchscreen, very fast Wi-Fi, good keyboard, but it does clatter a bit

Reviewers Didn't Like

  • No Thunderbolt 3 or USB-C ports, Expensive, A tad heavy
  • Ultrabook dual core CPU and low end Quadro graphics not up to heavy design tasks. Battery life is just OK
  • Pros
  • Unable to maintain maximum Turbo Boost when under extreme loads, no USB Type-C, Smart Card reader, or Thunderbolt 3, small touchpad; small stylus can feel cramped, no M.2 2280 SSD support, single-channel RAM only, no NFC, WWAN, or GPS, no NVMe support, l
  • Mediocre battery life, Some fan noise, Heavy for a 2-in-1, Other mobile workstations have better graphics capability
  • Stability of the lid, high temperatures, thermal throttling under load, only one year warranty, small color gamut, display is glossy and could be brighter, mediocre Wi-Fi runtime, bad speakers, hinges not firm enough, no modern interfaces, test model not