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If you’re looking for the stylus, it’s tucked away in the right- side corner towards you. It doesn’t have a fancy name — it’s a Wacom AES pen — and functions and responds fairly well, thanks to 2,048 pressure- sensitivity levels. Processor Up to Intel Core i7 vpro OS Windows 10 Pro 64- bit Graphics Intel HD Graphics 520 Memory RAM – up to 16GB DDR3; storage – up to 1TB SSD Display 14” WQHD IPS/ FHD IPS/ WQHD OLED Weight Starting at 1.27kg I/ O USB 3.0 ( 3), Onelink+, Mini Displayport, microsd, SIM, HDMI; Wigig, Bluetooth 4.0; Wacom stylus Battery Up to 11h Price Dh6,200 Pros Easy to use, crisp display, lightweight Cons The battery and price beefs Editor’s rating 8/ 10
Honestly, there aren’t any issues with the computer… except for the battery life. I planned to watch three twohour- long movies in succession, but I found myself scrambling when I was halfway through the third one. Rather disappointing since Lenovo lists the battery life up to 11 hours. And you can’t replace the battery as it’s builtin… unless you want to screw off those bolts and DIY.
One more thing: the price is f ai r l y hefty. Starting at Dh6,200, it clearly does not come cheap.
It’s sturdy, sleek and a reminder why Lenovo’s the No. 1 PC vendor today, but with all the specs packed into it, the Thinkpad X1 Yoga demands a rather hefty price. The general rule of thumb is to get something that suits your needs and budget, but if you have more to spare for the latter, this reliable and versatile computer is definitely up for consideration. As an added perk, Lenovo says it’s the world’s lightest business 2- in- 1.
alvin@ khaleejtimes. com