Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold
The ThinkPad X1 Fold is an impressive piece of technology that sorely needs better execution. It’s laudable that Lenovo was able to make a 13.3-inch OLED tablet that can bend, but on its own the $2,600 Fold is a seriously expensive Windows tablet. Throw in the $230 keyboard that fits neatly between the screen’s two halves for a faux laptop mode and you get a neat mini machine that’s only good for quick emails and tweets. But few, if any, people should spend nearly $3,000 to buy the X1 Fold when any Surface tablet would serve you far better.
- Bendable screen works
- Keyboard has surprisingly comfortable keys
- Very expensive
- Keyboard costs extra and saps tablet's battery
- Windows sucks without a keyboard and cursor
- Mode switching is finicky