Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (2014)

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (2014)
75

Engadget Review

With a durable, thinner-than-ever build, high-res display and a useful new keyboard feature, the X1 Carbon could have been a great Ultrabook. Unfortunately, the short battery life, cramped button layout and the removal of the SD card slot are all strikes against it.

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Pros

  • Durable
  • Thin and light for a 14-inch Ultrabook
  • Bright, high-res screen
  • Adaptive keyboard panel can be useful

Cons

  • Worst-in-class battery life
  • No SD slot
  • Backspace key is shrunken and in a different place
  • Expensive; touchscreen doesn't come standard
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ThinkPad

Engadget

75

Critics

16 reviews

82

AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE

Users

5 reviews

84

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Key Specs

TYPE
Ultraportable
SCREEN SIZE
1422
SCREEN RESOLUTION
Other
BUNDLED OS
Windows
CPU FAMILY
Core i7
SYSTEM RAM
81
POINTING DEVICE
Trackpad, Pointing stick
VIDEO OUTPUTS
Displayport, Hdmi
MAXIMUM BATTERY LIFE
Up to 9

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