Lenovo ThinkPad X1 (1291-23M) ultraportable laptop

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 review: A 13in semi-rugged ultraportable with a full-voltage Core i5 CPU

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  • Expert Rating

    3.75 / 5
  • User Rating

    4.00 / 5 (of 2 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 2,684.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

Marc Wuarin



Performance, Dolby Sound, Build quality, Design, Thinness, Warranty, Keyboard, Thinkpad software,...
Screen could have better colours and contrast ratio, price
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I absolutely love this product. It is amazing! Even Lenovo's technical support is very helpful and great. The only negative thing I could say about this product is the fact that the screen doesn't have the best contrast ratio one could hope for, and could have better colour reproduction. Apart from that, this is truly an amazing product that I would recommend to anyone, providing they can afford it and don't need the best screen in the market. For a good screen, I think the W520 or T520's FHD screens are better options.




Speed (Core i5-2520m), Thinness, Build Quality, Warranty, Design, Keyboard
Touchpad, Price
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Amazing laptop! I would recommend this to anyone who can afford it. Despite it's high price, I can say that it is well worth it.

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