Well, after waiting too many years and holding on to 16:10 for as long as I could, my T410 and T400 (I have many other older ThinkPads that are mostly retired too) notebooks are showing their age and need to be replaced. So, I jumped in with both feet on the T460s (20GB RAM and 512GB NVMe) once Lenovo finally shipped a T Series that could do better than FHD (why do only Apple users tend to get the “Retina” fun?). Without further ado, my first impressions after using the machine for 30 minutes: The notebook is light weight. Really light weight. Coming from a T410 as my daily driver with the 9-cell battery, the T460s is a feather. Build quality is nice. Not Surface Book nice, but nice (I spent an hour with the Surface Book at the local Microsoft store before buying this). 16:9 still sucks. There’s a reason I kept my 16:10 for as long as I have. Why does Apple have the market on 16:10 and why is everyone else bent on producing notebook screens that are optimized for watching videos?!? I need to get actual work done. The materials are solid and FAR nicer than the creaky cheap plastic on my T4*0. The top does not have the soft rubberized feel that all my other ThinkPads have. Oh well. The screen is nice. Not Surface Book nice, but nice. This thing is fast. Really fast. Yay SSD, but I assume most people with SSDs already know this. The keyboard is not as good as the one on the ThinkPad’s of yore—there is VERY little travel—but we all already know this too. Coming from notebooks that have a constant low hum from the HDD spinning, this thing is silent. Really silent. All the little green LED lights that I’ve gotten used to over the years are gone. Gone. No wireless, Bluetooth, Caps Lock, drive access, battery, plugged in and etcetera. They’re all gone. While not a requirement, I got used to this little HUD over the years and I’m sad to see it go. A cost cutting measure I guess. Lenovo used to have all the required drivers and related in C:\Drivers—not anymore. While not a big deal, now when you do a clean install you have to re-download everything you need. That’s all for now—perhaps I’ll update the thread later.