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This 2-in-1 features a comfortable keyboard and an impressive pair of webcams, and under its awesomely designed chassis lie some powerful specs. The X1 Tablet has the spirit of race car with a tough, mechanical aesthetic characterizing every inch of the chassis. The magnesium-aluminum exterior has a nifty magnetic kickstand that divides half of the back and can fold up to around degrees. There's a neat red and gray X1 logo on the bottom right of the back, and in the opposite corner is a black, glossy ThinkPad logo with a red-accented dot that glows when the device is in sleep mode.
Additionally, near the top right-hand side is a 8MP webcam. Opening the door of this fancy detachable reveals a slick, island-style keyboard with a red-accented pointing stick and discrete mouse buttons. There's a ThinkPad logo placed on the right-hand side as well.
The detachable hinge is flexible, allowing the keyboard to be positioned flat on a surface or tilted upward by being magnetised to the chin of the tablet. The bezels on the display aren't too thick, but just big enough to fit a fingerprint reader on the right and a webcam toward the top, near an imbedded Lenovo logo. The X1 Tablet comes with a stylus that's way too big to slot, so Lenovo created a port for the slot under the kickstand. This is a good idea in theory, but unfortunately, the slot for the pen is too flimsy for the port.
The slot simply falls out when it's attached and doesn't even look like it's the right size for the stylus. The Dell Latitude 2-in-1 is the thickest and heaviest, at 3. The list of ports for the X1 Tablet is too short. With no USB 2. On the right, you'll find the power button, volume rocker and the ThinkPad Pen Pro slot. It looks like a beast, and it acts like a beast. With 12 military-grade certification tests MIL-STD G under its belt, the X1 Tablet can withstand extreme humidity and temperatures, vibration, high altitude, sand, solar radiation, mechanical shock, and last but not least, fungus!
Not to mention, the display is reinforced with Gorilla Glass. TPM Trusted Platform Module is a chip that stores encryption keys and impedes malware from modifying vital system firmware. The X1 Tablet's inch, QHD, x multitouch display is so bright and vivid that it makes Overwatch look good even on low settings.
Queuing up in Arcade mode threw me into the classic Halloween event Junkenstein's Revenge. Across the grim stone bridge was none other than Reaper, donning his eerie pumpkin-helmet skin and on his way to breach the gates of Adlersbrunn. With candles spreading out behind him to create a creepy orange glow across the bridge, he charged toward me.
The visual was crisp and horrifying -- until I shot an arrow through his pumpkin. I also watched the most recent trailer for the Christopher Robin film and was not disappointed. While Robin was leaving the Pooh gang, I noticed the flowers brimming with color and how detailed the clouds were in the backdrop, despite the darker cinematography that Marc Forster is going for in this iteration. From the sharps strands of Pooh's fur to Piglet's vibrant pink skin, the quality was accurate and full of color.
The X1 Tablet's panel covered an impressive percent of the sRGB color gamut , beating the percent premium laptop average. However, there are more-colorful displays. The Latitude squeezed in at percent, while the Notebook 9 Pen did a little better with percent and the Surface Pro flew by all competitors with percent. In terms of brightness, the X1 Tablet crushed the competition, with a whopping nits of brightness, surpassing the nit average.
The Notebook 9 Pen lagged behind, at nits, while the Latitude just beat the average, with nits, and the Surface Pro came the closest to the X1 Tablet, with nits. Despite some short travel, the X1 Tablet offers a clicky and responsive island-style keyboard with keys shaped like shields. The keyboard can be placed in two positions, flat or tilted, and both are very comfortable to use, especially due to the soft palm rest. The keyboard is backlit, but this lighting is barely noticeable and there is no assigned key to control it you have to control it via Lenovo's Vantage toolbar.
Additionally, the function key's placement before the control key is awkward and confusing. The keys travel at 1. We usually look for travel in the 1. I managed to hit 66 words per minute on the 10fastfingers.
The ThinkPad Pen Pro has a full metal body and a elastomer pen tip that supports up to 4, levels of pressure sensitivity. The stylus accurately tracked my movement as I poorly sketched a cow, and I noticed that pressure even changed the thickness of the ink.
You can see the pen's cursor on the display when it's close enough, and the side of the pen also has two clickers. The functionality for the clickers is completely customizable, as there should be a Wacom pen app preloaded in the system. However, if you end up like me and find yourself without this app, the download link is here.
The 3. The touchpad recognized all the classic Windows 10 gestures I threw at it. Then, my ears were swept up by Benjamin Burnley's soothing voice. But just as I was ready to headbang to the chorus, I found that the tiny, disappointing speakers could not replicate the intensity that was meant for that section.
The system boots up quickly, executes commands fast and applications are started fast thanks to the SSD. We did not encounter any problems with drivers or programs in our test. Lenovo bundles many settings into the Vantage app, for example for the energy management or Lenovo-specific driver updates. In the synthetic benchmarks, there are some differences depending on which test is used. In the older PCMark 8, the higher resolution in particular impacts the results adversly.
In the Work-test, the review unit lags behind the competition, though it is better than any competitor in the Creative- and Home-test. In the newer PCMark 10, the X1 Tablet finds itself in a mid-table position, although all compared tablet convertibles are very close. Also, there is no noticeable difference in real-world usage.
That is because of the capacity, the drives with GB or 1 TB reach higher values while writing data. All convertibles in our comparison are equipped with fast PCIe SSDs, so there is no noticeable difference in performance. The compact chassis of the X1 Tablet offers no space and not enough cooling-capability for a dedicated GPU.
This GPU does not have its own dedicated memory, which means that it relies on the main system memory. In the synthetic GPU test, the review unit performed very well, earning it a top-spot in the comparison with the other convertible tablets. It should be clear though that the CPU performance is not enough for modern games. Instead, the UHD Graphics performs best in everyday multimedia usage, including the playback of high-resolution video.
Depending on the used codec QuickSync , a little bit of video-editing is no problem as well. While operating on battery-power, the performance of the GPU is not reduced. Additional benchmark comparisons are possible with our GPU benchmark table. But even then, the resolution and graphical details may have to be lowered. Two examples are " Bioshock Infinite" as well as the popular " Rocket League" , both are only playable on low details.
Most casual games from the Windows Store should run fine on the X1 Tablet, but the performance simply is not there for more demanding titles such as " Witcher 3 ". The graphical output can either happen with an external monitor or as in the following benchmarks with the internal screen.
In this case, Nvidia Optimus is supported, which means that the dGPU turns on automatically when it is needed. In the synthetic benchmarks, the dedicated GPU is much better as could be expected. At the same time, the physics result also benefits, which means that the CPU can perform better with the dock attached as well.
The performance boost is also quite noticeable in the gaming tests. The aforementioned titles " Bioshock Infinite" and " Rocket League" are now playable with high-details and FHD resolution with no problems. Despite its slight drop in performance due to high temperatures, the CPU does not limit the gaming performance even after long sessions, which is proven by our load-test with " Witcher 3" at high-settings.
If someone wants to play games with the X1 Tablet and needs a docking-station anyway, the Thunderbolt 3 graphics dock from Lenovo seems like a good option. As we have mentioned in the introduction section, the stronger processors of the third generation X1 Tablet now require an active cooling with a fan.
While idling and with little load, the fan is mostly deactivated, although it can occasionally come on. With slightly more than 31 dB A , it is in no way annoying at this point. As soon as the tablet is put under more severe load, the noise-level quickly rises to The highest value of This also is the noise level that one can expect when gaming with the convertible.
So while the system performance is good, it comes at the cost of one of the loudest fans in the compared group of convertible tablets. Luckily, the fan noise itself is not in the high-frequency range. It is obvious that the fan is pretty small, but it does not become annoying. We did not hear any other electronic noises such as coil-whining. While working on everyday tasks, the ThinkPad X1 Tablet only gets slightly warm and there are no noticeable hot spots.
Under load, it becomes pretty obvious where the processor and the cooling system is located. We measure the highest temperatures in the middle as well as the right side. Holding it under load should be avoided, especially in the tablet mode. The processor starts our stress-test with Prime95 and FurMark with a power consumption of 29 W, which enables all four CPU cores to reach clock-rates of 1. In the remainder of the test, the power consumption fluctuates between 15 and 25 W.
After one hour, the results are an average power consumption of Lenovo might have been able to optimize the X1 Tablet a little bit better here to reduce the fluctuations. But all in all, this result is admirable for such a slim and compact device. The result of the 3DMark 11 right after the stress-test is slightly lower only in the physics-test 7, vs.
Both the speakers and their grills have been moved. On the predecessor, they were on the sides, now they are integrated directly into the screen and are thus user-facing. Unfortunately, their overall quality is not impacted positively by this re-positioning.
The sound is very weak and bass is completely lacking. Music- or video-playback is no fun like this and we definitely recommend external speakers or headphones. The primary usage for the speakers should be to output voice for video-conferencing. For this usage, they work well enough, as do the microphones. Please note: Both the measurements of the power consumption and the battery life tests have been performed with the ThinkPad X1 Tablet connected to its folio-keyboard.
Larger screen, higher resolution and a much faster CPU — certainly, this is noticeable in the measurements of the power consumption as well. Without much load, the Lenovo convertible performs pretty well. Depending on the brightness and energy setting, we measured between 4. Under load, the maximum power consumption reaches The standby consumption of 0. Compared with the preceding model, Lenovo has raised the battery capacity from 37 to 42 Wh, which is still the lowest capacity of all the compared tablet convertibles.
Here, we measured a battery life of just 6. Of the competitors, only the Dell has a shorter battery life, while the units from HP, Microsoft and Toshiba offer a noticeably longer battery life. Video playback on battery on the X1 Tablet G3 is possible for almost 9 hours, while the battery just lasts 1. This way, the battery life is reduced, while the overall lifetime of the battery may be extended.
This is recommended if the device is mainly used with a charger attached. Let us begin with our introductory question — is the new Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Tablet the best business convertible? This question can not be answered in general, because the competing devices are just too different in the details. It depends on how the user plans to use the device. If a long battery life is needed and if the device is often used outdoors, there are better alternatives.
Other devices also offer more and different ports. If a matte display is required, the user will not be happy with the X1 Tablet either. Nonetheless, we have seen in the review that the third generation of the X1 Tablet is overall a very good device. Yes, there are weak points, but those do not impact every user in the same way. If the device is mainly used with a docking station and if the tablet is mainly used for taking notes through a meeting, the middling battery life and missing USB A port should not be a problem.
Let us talk about the positive aspects: A stable chassis, very good input devices with an excellent keyboard, a very good screen especially when calibrated and USB C with Thunderbolt 3. With the switch to modern quad-core CPUs, the convertible delivers a similar level of CPU performance as normal business Ultrabooks, even though this does mean that the fan is audible and that the temperatures are pretty high under load.
That being said, the optional i7 CPU option for the X1 Tablet is not worth its money and much slower than the i5 under continuous load. With the completely reworked ThinkPad X1 Tablet, Lenovo offers a very good business convertible, which further dilutes the border between tablet and typical business subnotebook.
However, the X1 Tablet does not offer new records in terms of battery life and the optional i7 CPU is not worth its money. That the boundaries between the known devices classes are more and more diluted becomes obvious when looking at our rating. This has the caveat that these faster chips have to be actively cooled now. Is the third generation of the ThinkPad X1 Tablet a solid and complete package, or does it have some significant weaknesses?
Microsoft Surface Pro 6 vs. HP Elite x2. Intel Core iU 4 x 1. Lenovo homepage Lenovo notebook section. Note: The manufacturer may use components from different suppliers including display panels, drives or memory sticks with similar specifications. Front webcam. Camera on the back. Accessories — ThinkPad Pen Pro is included. Optional pen holder. Input devices — X1 Tablet with folio keyboard. Keyboard Thanks to the larger screen, Lenovo has been able to incorporate a larger keyboard as well.
Keyboard unit. Keyboard-backlight highest intensity. Display - X1 Tablet with 3K touchscreen. Subpixel array. Slight screen bleeding at the lower edge. This picture also shows the darker right side, which is not as visible in real-life usage as it is in this picture. Viewing-angle stability. Weak sun-shine with reflection. Cloudy sky with reflection. Cloudy sky without reflection.
Performance — quad-core in the X1 Tablet. Processor - i5 faster than i7. Cinebench R15 multicore loop red: standard, green: undervolted. System performance. CrystalDiskMark 3. CrystalDiskMark 5. AS SSD. Access Time Read: 0. Access Time Write: 0. Score Read: Points.
Score Write: Points. Score Total: Points. Gaming performance. Emissions — X1 Tablet now with a fan. Noise Level Idle. Power Supply max. Idle front. Stress-test front. Stress-test back-cover with opened kick-stand. Energy management. Energy consumption. Key: min: , med: , max: Metrahit Energy Currently we use the Metrahit Energy, a professional single phase power quality and energy measurement digital multimeter, for our measurements.
Find out more about it here. All of our test methods can be found here. Battery life. Charging-time: minutes. Cons - glossy screen. Review unit provided by Campuspoint. Editor of the original article : Andreas Osthoff - Managing Editor Business Laptops - articles published on Notebookcheck since I grew up with modern consumer electronics and my first computer was a Commodore C64, which encouraged my interest in building my own systems.
I started working as a review editor for Notebookcheck during my dual studies at Siemens. Currently, I am mainly responsible for dealing with business laptops and mobile workstations. After writing reviews as a hobby, I then joined Notebookcheck in and have worked on device reviews and news articles ever since then.
My personal interest lies more with laptops than smartphones, with business laptops being the most interesting category for me. Technology should make our lives and work easier and good laptops are an essential tool for that to happen. This is why laptop reviews are not just my work but are also my passion. Please share our article, every link counts! Andreas Osthoff, Update: The screen shows slow response rates in our tests and will be unsatisfactory for gamers.
In comparison, all tested devices range from 0. This means that the measured response time is worse than the average of all tested devices Average of class Convertible
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