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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold

$2,499.00

The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold is a nice but very expensive ‘Foldable laptop’, with not a lot of use cases. The device itself feels good is snappy, but the foldable app/windows program support isn’t there yet. Hopefully, this will be different in the future.


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Unbox Therapy
The X1 Fold is a completely new take on the “Laptop”.
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Review of Laptopmedia Review of Laptopmedia Laptopmedia
Once upon a time, the laptop was revolutionary. It was something never seen before – you could bring your computing on the go. And through the years, the technology improved so much, that we …
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Review of Engadget Engadget
We first got a look at Lenovo’s Thinkpad X1 Fold last CES, and it certainly caught our attention. A giant tablet that folds in the middle like a book, and can be propped up with a kickstand, or folded in half and paired with a keyboard to transform it into a mini laptop. The technology on display is impressive, but the device is held back by its software. It runs windows, which has always had problems as a tablet OS. It looks like the future, but buggy software, coupled with the sky-high price tag (starting over $2500), makes it hard to recommend the X1 Fold.
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Review of Laptopmag Review of Laptopmag Laptopmag
With the ThinkPad X1 Fold, exquisite hardware is let down by buggy software (and a hefty price tag)
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Review of Laptopmedia Laptopmedia
We have to say that this machine is groundbreaking and will pave the way for more laptop/tablet foldables, thus boosting the market and making the competition invest in the technology. And in a couple of years’ time, it very well might be the standard for mobile computing.
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Review of Neowin Neowin
Unboxing the world’s first PC with a foldable screen, the Lenovo ThinkPadX1 Fold
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Review of MobileTechReview MobileTechReview
Lisa Gade reviews the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold, the first Windows 10 tablet / convertible laptop with a flexible OLED display. The X1 Fold has a 13.3” OLED display with a 4:3 aspect ratio that can fold to a book-like posture or it can be used like a chassis laptop thanks to Lenovo’s magnetically attached wireless keyboard. The tablet also works with the Lenovo Mod Pen, which is a first for active pens on flexible displays. The Fold has an Intel Lakefield 5-core processor, 8GB RAM and your choice of 256GB-1TB PCIe SSD storage. It has a Windows Hello IR camera, 5MP front camera and is wrapped in a leather cover that doubles as a kickstand.
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Review of Marques Brownlee Marques Brownlee
The First Folding Screen PC is here. Is this the limits we should push?
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Review of CNET CNET
This 13-inch Windows tablet folds into a mini laptop and more.
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Review of Windowscentral Windowscentral
Lenovo has finally pulled the curtain off the new ThinkPad X1 Fold! The PC with a foldable display is coming mid 2020. It ships initially with Windows 10 Pro as this is an enterprise-first device, but later it will ship with the new Windows 10X. Toss on a new Bluetooth keyboard and the latest Intel chipset and this is going to be one interesting laptop.
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Review of The verge The verge
Lenovo’s foldable OLED PC prototype last year now has a name, a price, and a vague shipping date. The ThinkPad X1 Fold will be available mid-2020 for $2,499 — but how’s it shaping up?
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Review of Tomsguide Review of Tomsguide Tomsguide
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold is an inventive and durable foldable PC with a lot of potential and a high price.
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Review of PCmag Review of PCmag PCmag
First foldable-screen Windows tablet needs some creases ironed
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Review of IGN Review of IGN IGN
Lenovo revealed the ThinkPad X1 Fold price and release window at CES 2020.
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Review of Pcworld Review of Pcworld Pcworld
Lenovo formally unveils its foldable tablet at CES, which it’s calling the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold. Expect to pay about $2,500 for it, but the features should make it worthwhile.
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Review of Ars technica Review of Ars technica Ars technica
Plus a new, dual-screen ThinkBook with an E-Ink panel on the cover.
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Review of Pcworld Review of Pcworld Pcworld
Lenovo formally unveils its foldable tablet at CES, which it’s calling the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold. Expect to pay about $2,500 for it, but the features should make it worthwhile.
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Review of Techspot Techspot
Unfortunately, Lenovo wasn’t willing to shed much light on the X1 Fold’s hardware specifications or unique features in its initial reveal. We got a glimpse of its overall design, and we knew that it would come in at about 13.3,…
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Review of Windowscentral Review of Windowscentral Windowscentral
Lenovo unveiled more details about its folding PC, the ThinkPad X1 Fold. The device features a foldable OLED display that allows the device to fold into different modes.
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Review of Slashgear Review of Slashgear Slashgear
The most interesting product unveiled as part of Lenovo’s new CES 2020 wares is the ThinkPad X1 Fold, a new iteration in the company’s X1 product family. As its name suggests, this lapt…
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Review of Digitaltrends Review of Digitaltrends Digitaltrends
Lenovo’s ThinkPad X1 Fold looks like a Moleskin folio, but it’s actually a folding PC that can unfurl into a 13-inch tablet or be used as a tiny laptop. A device like this would normally be a concept, but Lenovo will let you buy it this summer. This Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold hands-on review has the details.
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Review of Gizmodo Review of Gizmodo Gizmodo
Even when it comes to futuristic first-gen tech, the X1 Fold is often quite awkward, but it’s hard not to think about all the possibilites.
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Review of Notebookcheck Review of Notebookcheck Notebookcheck
After teasing the device last year, Lenovo is officially announcing the first ThinkPad with a flexible screen. The unique 4:3 OLED screen used here enables users to fold the device in the middle, giving this first its kind foldable PC a very small footprint when it is closed down and enabling various interesting use cases.
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Review of Wired Wired
It’s a sign of the coming flood of devices with OLED screens that bend.
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Review of Engadget Review of Engadget Engadget
It’s been more than seven months since I first laid eyes on Lenovo’s foldable tablet PC prototype, and the company is now ready to launch the world’s first laptop with a folding screen. The device also finally has a name — the ThinkPad X1 Fold — and Lenovo walked us through the painstaking process of putting such a tricky machine together. But first, we got some time with the new folding tablet to get a taste of the experiences it can offer.
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Review of The verge Review of The verge The verge
In 2018, Lenovo showed off a prototype OLED computer that could fold up like a book or a tiny laptop. Now, at CES 2020, Lenovo is announcing that it’ll sell the product as the ThinkPad X1 Fold this year.
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Review of CNET Review of CNET CNET
Briefly shown off last year, this folding screen Windows system can be a laptop, tablet or a mini desktop.
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