Is it a laptop, convertible, or an XXL tablet? Lenovo’s new masterpiece cannot be precisely classified. It doesn’t have to be. But one thing is for sure: it is unique. Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold review.
Computer specialist Lenovo is breaking new ground with the Thinkpad X1 Fold. And what kind of! Ostensibly, the X1 Fold is reminiscent of a huge, square-folded tablet – that’s where the exceptional begins. But first with regard to the equipment: the device, which weighs just under 1 kg, has a maximum range of 13.3 inches (QXGA resolution, in 4: 3 format) – revealed, of course. If folded, it will reduce the screen size to approximately 23 cm by 2. The touch-sensitive OLED screen is 2048 x 1536 pixels resolution. The colors shown are clear and the contrast is excellent. Just like I am used to on an OLED screen. The independence of the viewing angle is close to the ideal value at 175 ° / 175 °. Regarding brightness: It is 316 cd / m in 9 measured sections2. This is fine, but, admirably, it does not differ in regions. We measured the maximum deflection (top left) of only 2.4 percent. this is good. The scope of delivery also includes a Bluetooth keyboard. The tablet is designed to be simply folded and folded into a portable computer. There is also a digital converter pen with which the device can also be powered.
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