Lenovo has decided to continue its push in the business sphere with another unorthodox device. However, on the inside, the Thinkpad X1 Titanium Yoga Gen 1 is less unusual than you’d think.
1. Remove the bottom plate
Accessing this laptop’s internals is pretty easy. Just undo all 6 captive Phillips-head screws, and pry the bottom panel with a plastic tool or a guitar pick.
Despite its weird shape and large footprint, the battery has a capacity of only 44.5Wh. To take it out, you have to remove a ton of screws and mind the cables that run around it.
3. Мemory and storage
Unsurprisingly, the memory is soldered to the motherboard. You can get the laptop with either 8 or 16GB of LPDDR4x RAM working in dual-channel mode. Respectively, the storage options include only one M.2 2242 PCIe x4 slot.
4. Cooling system
Even though this machine has a super slim profile, Lenovo has still managed to put a fan on it. The rest of the cooling setup comprises one thin heat pipe for the CPU, and one that dissipates the heat from the VRMs and the memory chips.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga Gen 1 recensione approfondita
Lenovo has produced a next-level product in the face of the ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga Gen 1. If you are not acquainted with the ThinkPad brand, the X1 is something like the flagship series. It includes devices like the Carbon and the Extreme. Like the former, the name of today's notebook reveals one of the materials used for the build. Yes, Lenovo was able to put titanium in their device. And more precisely - on its cover (although they don't specify whether it is the lid, base, or bottom cover[...]Leggi la recensione completa
- 11.5mm thickness
- Titanium + Carbon + Magnesium alloy
- 99% sRGB coverage, 3:2 aspect ratio, and accurate colors with our Gaming and Web design profile (LPM135M467)
- Doesn't use PWM for brightness adjustment (LPM135M467)
- 2x Thunderbolt 4 , Wi-Fi 6, optional 5G support
- Poor upgradeability
- Limited I/O, making dongles and adapters mandatory
- Nonuniform luminance and color (LPM135M467)