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  • Published on:  Thursday, July 18, 2019
  • The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga Gen 4 is the latest convertible option in the X1 family of Lenovo laptops. The choice between the X1 Yoga and X1 Carbon is a difficult one.

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  • Unbox Therapy

    Unbox Therapy

     6 months ago +644

    This or the X1 Carbon?

  • Aviators Dream

    Aviators Dream

     3 days ago

    "I've done all of them"
    Have you done a T Series? A real X Series? Or maybe a E/L/A Series?

  • TLTango

    TLTango

     3 days ago

    Got me curious when he was going to talk about weight. (Expects 1.5kg or somewhere close) then he says 3 pounds.... how heavy is that?

  • Omer Qureshi

    Omer Qureshi

     21 days ago

    Great solid feel. But maybe they should mention the problems, uneven poor keyboard lighting, 4 hour battery life, yes only 4 hours,under powered processor options.

  • Michelle Adame

    Michelle Adame

     21 days ago

    As of today, the X1 is $2562 (retail $3659) and the Thinkpad Yoga here is on sale for $1529.10 (retail $3809). After having watched both videos in succession, there is much to love about both. I think the sound in the Yoga here sounds similar to the Carbon. I can deal with the "wobble". lol All in all, if someone is on the fence, this is a great sale happening now.

  • Incremental Earth

    Incremental Earth

     1 months ago

    Maybe the touch screen sensor is what brings it down 30nits maybe

  • Shogun1982

    Shogun1982

     1 months ago

    A metal chassis like this (sans sharp edge near wrists) would kill on a P1 or X1 extreme, with no accursed screen wiggle when typing. Indeed, all that wiggling and still a two handed opening operation......... Alas.....

  • Beshoy Nagieb

    Beshoy Nagieb

     1 months ago

    Is the screen glossy or matte?

  • GAGANDEEP SINGH KHAROR

    GAGANDEEP SINGH KHAROR

     2 months ago +1

    CKIN YOU MICK IPED TO A CROMBOOK

  • RAPID-RAYO

    RAPID-RAYO

     2 months ago

    Thx good review

  • Toni Michael

    Toni Michael

     2 months ago

    I agree.. Bought my custom yoga today. Thanks for backing up my choice.

  • Dyson Spreybar

    Dyson Spreybar

     3 months ago

    Still got my thinkpad t410. Added an SSD and it's still kickin

  • Jameson Lynch

    Jameson Lynch

     3 months ago

    um i just set my cereal and coffee on my keyboard so i don't need a yoga

  • The Shah Family

    The Shah Family

     3 months ago

    Next video: Don’t buy the thinkpad

  • Erck Gam

    Erck Gam

     3 months ago

    hola, donde puedo encontrar los drivers completos de la Yoga x1 4ta GEN, si me puedes ayudar seria genial..!

  • Lynne Rose

    Lynne Rose

     4 months ago

    My job just upgraded me to this from a desktop. I love love love this laptop. Such an amazing display, fast, great features, compact.

  • Dimmy

    Dimmy

     4 months ago

    Get a P52 and never look back

  • Yuval Levy

    Yuval Levy

     4 months ago

    yes but the screen is glossy....

  • Eric

    Eric

     4 months ago +1

    Download APO Equalizer and you can get almost double the volume from a Windows laptop. I have it in my X1 Yoga 3rd Gen and it's LOUD!

  • Ian Davies

    Ian Davies

     4 months ago

    Just to say, mine arrived last week and there is no wobble at all. The screen is incredibly firm! The build quality of the whole laptop is astonishing frankly - I've never had something so solid. I went for the WQHD version, if that makes a difference. Thought it might be the sweet spot between the 4k poor battery and the HD not quite sharp enough. Text on the WQHD version is gorgeous, although battery seems to be 6-7 hours max. Still, this is an incredible machine and no wobble on my model - highly recommended!