Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga OLED (2017) Review

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  1. Michael Wall

    Michael Wall Notebook Consultant NBR Reviewer

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    The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga is a masterclass of a convertible. With excellent build quality, reliable performance, and a cornucopia of useful features for both consumers and business users there’s a lot to like here. In fact, there wasn’t a whole lot we could find to dislike when we first reviewed the 2017 Lenovo X1 Yoga, save for the reflective display panel and expensive price tag. The Lenovo X1 Yoga OLED variant features a jaw-dropping 14-inch QHD OLED display, but it also comes at a noticeable price hike.

    Are the improved visuals worth the price increase? Read the full review to find out.

    Editor's Note: This review is a follow up to our original review of the Lenovo X1 Yoga (2017). If you want a more comprehensive review to be sure to read the full Lenovo X1 Yoga 2017 review.

    Read the full content of this Article: http://www.notebookreview.com/notebookreview/lenovo-thinkpad-x1-yoga-oled-2017-review/
     
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  2. jefflackey

    jefflackey Notebook Consultant

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    Michael, do you have any word on when they will upgrade to the new 8th gen Intel chips? Waiting on that to pull the trigger.
     
  3. Charles P. Jefferies

    Charles P. Jefferies TG Lead Moderator Super Moderator

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    Lenovo hasn't told us yet. However they already put the Intel 8th gen chips into the Yoga 920 so the business line can't be far behind.

    Charles
     
  4. ThatOldGuy

    ThatOldGuy Notebook Deity

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    Intel still hasn't released 8th gen chips with vPro technology. This has been a requirement for Lenovo's business lines for a while. I don't expect the Yoga line to update until a few weeks after Intel announces more U series CPUs during or after CES
     
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    jefflackey Notebook Consultant

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    Thanks, I wasn't aware of the need for vPro in the business side. I can wait. ;)
     
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