31 May The ThinkPad X promises long battery life and plenty of power. We don’t know yet how much weight and thickness the 9-cell battery or. Specifications. Lenovo ThinkPad X (ThinkPad Series) Weight. kg (= oz / pounds), Power Supply: g. Lenovo ThinkPad XG. Specifications. Lenovo ThinkPad X 79G Notebook: Lenovo ThinkPad XG Processor: Intel Core i5.

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Powered by a 3rd Generation 2. However, we did notice that core temperatures were reaching quite close to 90 degrees C in our X and may even reach higher temperatures in more humid conditions. In terms of functionality, the touchpad works generally well.

However, these two benchmarks are notorious for skewing final results in favor of SSD-based systems, so certain lower-spec notebooks like the Samsung X3B and in PCMark 7 and Vantage, respectively can still outscore even more powerful systems that are bogged down by traditional HDDs. The Gigabit Ethernet port is also still oddly positioned up front instead of its more typical location further back. The notebook finally shut down after about 5 and a half hours. On the left side of the chassis sit two USB 3.

Design and form factor.

Lenovo ThinkPad X230 Series

The bottom surface is even more extreme as we recorded a high of about 38 degrees towards the rear, simply from idling! Lenovo ThinkPad X review. We’ve tested both the 9-cell and the sheet battery. Using the the Ten Thumbs Typing Test, we got a reasonable 84 words per minute, but with a higher-than average 2-percent error rate, because our wrists were uncomfortable.

Lenovo says it will also offer a dimmer nit screen option when the X goes on sale. In this review, we investigate the changes both inside and out and give our final thoughts on the rather controversial keyboard update. Traditionalists will be pleased to hear that the tried and true ThinkPad touchpad remains more or less the same on the X Like the X, the top and bottom of the X chassis are made from magnesium alloy. The optional backlight — a first for the ThinkPad X series — allows you to toggle between four settings: But since the all-matte design has remained essentially unchanged, a few issues we found on the previous model have yet to be amended.


Lenovo ThinkPad X Specs – CNET

On PCMark07, a synthetic test that measures overall system performance, the ThinkPad X scored a strong 2, well above the ultraportable notebook average of 2, though less than the HP Folio 13 and its older 2nd-generation Core i5 CPU 3, Here, the iM maintained its Turbo Boost of 3. The ThinkPad X comes with a standard set of ThinkVantage utilities, many of which are quite useful.

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Fan speed does not appear to unexpectedly increase or decrease while browsing the web, watching videos or word processing, and is always a steady but virtually unnoticeable hum during typical daily workloads. For comparison, the original X reached a maximum of only about 31 degrees and 43 degrees when idle and under load, respectively.

Lenovo ThinkPad X review – Engadget

BK Precision A 15 cm distance. However, when we shot pictures of our face in somewhat shadowy areas of our office, the camera got our skin tone right, but was filled with a lot of noise.

In other words, the promise of a 9. Perfect blend of performance and durability with this best-in-class enterprise The Global Score is arrived at only after curating hundreds, sometimes thousands of weighted data points such as critic and user reviews. The X is backwards compatible with all docking stations supported by the X as both models share identical docking spscs. The rear, however, is now a third of an inch thinner than its predecessor.


Write a detailed review. Lenovo bundles the ThinkPad X with a standard one-year warranty on parts and labor. You can adjust this rating by dragging this slider. For a fee, you can add additional years to the warranty or including accidental damage or theft protection. S;ecs you like the classic ThinkPad aesthetic, you’ll appreciate the way the X looks.

In a somewhat controversial move, Lenovo decided to move away from the classic-style keyboard found on the prior generation ThinkPad X and go with a new island-style keyboard on the X Generally speaking, typical business users should find the gamut range perfectly acceptable as only professional graphic artists will find the X not suitable for meticulously accurate colors for heavy digital graphics work.

Removing the keyboard and palm rest plate exposes the WLAN card and button cell. Fortunately, the cheap-feeling ThinkVantage bar of the X is now a part of the keyboard for better stability and no wobbling issues. Not to mention, it has the best laptop keyboard we’ve tested recently. The ThinkPad X faced no such problems during its launch, but we can say with confidence that although the Intel ultrathins are much thinner, lighter and more stylish than the conservatively built ThinkPad, the construction of the latter is in a class of its own and even maintains around the same level of portability.

NRC to operate nuclear reactors. Cinebench R10 Rendering Single 32Bit. Even without further benchmarks, the new iM has proven itself as more than sufficient for everyday browsing applications and even capable of more CPU-intensive tasks.