ThinkPad X1 Yoga, is now a flexible Companion!

Trying to guess what would be that better and a flexible companion that can help you anywhere in spite of its price? It is nothing good than the ThinkPad X1 Yoga.

The ThinkPad X1 Yoga is the fourth generation of X1 Yoga design. The new version of the ThinkPad has a lighter and a smaller chassis along with rearranged ports. And there is nothing much on the inside except the usual processor upgrade with 10th generation intel hardware.

ThinkPad Specifications:

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The new ThinkPad is now available with a 1080p screen, 8GB RAM and a 256 GB SSD. That was an unexpected hunt as a budget-based laptop would never meet such needs and this is something very high on the scale.

This model of the ThinkPad also holds fingerprint reader, backlit keyboard, stylus tucked in. There is a physical shutter that is available for you to activate the block on your webcam. In spite of all these technological upgrades, the laptop is still light with a full aluminum alloy chassis.

Ports on the ThinkPad:

As we see a lot of advancements in day-to-day life, there arises a huge demand for ports of devices. Users are expecting the fastest devices to handle hence the ports and processors of the Gadgets are customized accordingly.

There is plenty of port included in the XI Yoga and the standard connections include two USB-A, two USB-C and an HDMI port including the headphone/microphone jack. Apart from these if you are a photographer or a traveler you still have a chance to copy your photos and transfer files using the SD and micro SD card reader slot.

The biggest drawback to be mentioned is the POWER BUTTON. To my surprise, the power button is placed on the right side of the laptop along with the ports. This makes it hard to detect and suffer to press along the right side of the keyboard deck.

Battery Backup:

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Though the look and feel are compelling the ThinkPad can still not stretch its working. Lenovo has claimed a battery backup of just 18 hours which a non-removable 51 WH battery could justify. There is nothing much to expect from a ThinkPad that is designed to serve a decent purpose.

In spite, the laptop has survived 7 hours and 15 mins of battery life playing a looped YouTube video with a brightness of 70% (Source: And that’s still amazing for a normal laptop.

Wrap up:

The laptop is comparatively too high to afford when it comes to performance, and still, the choice is yours. People who love the design and the ease of carrying can definitely take a look at it.

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