Lenovo’s ThinkPad X1 Yoga has been attracting attention right from the time it was released. So, what’s so special about it? Well, this is the question we will try to find an answer for in the next few sections in our X1 Yoga OPAL2.0 dTPM 2.0 review.
ThinkPad X1 Yoga OPAL2.0 dTPM 2.0 Review
It is a versatile laptop consisting of a 360o hinge, a rechargeable pen, stunning OLED, better security and a lot more. So, let us delve into the details here.
In our X1 Yoga OPAL2.0 dTPM 2.0 review, the first thing we will look at is its display. The display requires special mention due to the fact that it is the solitary business laptop in the world that comes with OLED display. The result, vibrant colors, sharper contrast between light and the dark areas so that everything you watch on this 14″ looks perfect.
The Rise and the Fall
Second interesting thing we would like to mention about in this X1 Yoga OPAL2.0 dTPM 2.0 review relates to its unique keyboard.
The rise and fall keyboard will certainly be something you haven’t seen earlier. When you are using X1 Yoga to write something in laptop mode, the keys are in raised state.
But as soon as you fold it to get in tablet mode, the Wave Keyboard recesses as well as locks all the keys in the keyboard. The benefit of this design feature is that you experience better convenience due to presence of a totally flat surface.
It is quite possible that you are in a place where Wi-Fi connectivity is not available but with X1 Yoga you will still be able to access all your files and apps. This becomes possible due to the fact that the laptop comes equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon X7 LTE-A, which means you are able to access the files present in the cloud.
Long Battery Life and Faster Charging