Articles about Lenovo reviews

Lenovo ThinkPad X390 Review
The Lenovo ThinkPad X390 is a great option for users who want something a bit more compact than the X1 Yoga or T400, but more affordable than the X1 Carbon.

Lenovo ThinkPad T490 ReviewEditor's Pick
Introduced earlier this year, the Lenovo ThinkPad T490 is a “do it all” business laptop that has a wide gamut of possible configurations, making it simple to deploy to various roles, from office workers to developer or even creative staff.

Lenovo X1 Carbon Gen7 Review (2019)Editor's Pick
Like clockwork, Lenovo announced a new ThinkPad X1 Carbon series earlier this year and with the lineup now on the market, including upcoming models with Intel’s 10th Gen processors, there isn’t a best time to publish a review.Specs Highlights 14” IPS LCD Display (several options) Intel Core i5, i7 (Gen8 or Gen10) 256GB to 1TB SSD Priced at $999+ (i5-8265U, 8GB, 256GB) Configuration as tested: Intel Core i7-8665U (+Intel UHD […]

Lenovo Yoga C930 Review: Ultimate Multimedia Thin & LightEditor's Pick
The Yoga C930 is an excellent luxury thin & light laptop that performs extremely well... most comfortable for watching movies.

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Lenovo Yoga C630 WoS Review: Long battery Life and 4G LTEEditor's Pick
Lenovo Yoga C630 WoS, a snapdragon-powered clamshell laptop that is ultra-connected and ready for 12-rounds. A unique always-connected laptop without the battery-life stress

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme ReviewEditor's Pick
Announced in August , the ThinkPad X1 Extreme got a discrete GPU, along with a 15.6-inch display. This is an important inflection point because until now the X1 line of computers was not often considered to be ideal for things such as video editing or even gaming.

Lenovo Smart Display ReviewEditor's Pick
After the avalanche of smart speakers, a new generation of more powerful digital assistants has come: the smart display.

Lenovo ThinkPad T480s Review
Bottom-line: A do-it-all laptop configurable for any task, from $1200-$2000. It has Plenty of ports, including HDMI, RJ45, TB3 and weighs only 2.86 Lbs, with a MIL-STD-810G certification.

Lenovo ThinkPad L380 Yoga ReviewEditor's Pick
Bottom-line: The L380 Yoga brings beloved ThinkPad features to the sub-$1000 price range. It is Compact and Robust, Cost-effective and has Plenty of ports

Lenovo X1 Carbon Review (2018, Gen6)
Like clockwork, Lenovo announced its 2018 X1 Carbon Gen6 laptop at CES 2018. It’s been on the market for a couple of months now, so it’s an excellent time for a review of the “tip of the spear” of the Lenovo X series, which Lenovo describes as the “Ultraportable Productivity Tools.” Designed for business, the X1 Carbon promises extreme portability and durability, two concepts that rarely mix, yet the five […]

Lenovo Mirage Solo Review: Integrated VR HeadsetEditor's Pick
Introduced at CES 2018, the Lenovo Mirage Solo is one of the first fully-integrated VR headsets to hit the market, and indeed the most powerful in the mainstream market ($400 and below). The promise of such a VR headset is to offer a console-like experience without all the disturbances and friction associated with using your smartphone as a VR platform. Does the Mirage Solo deliver on this promise? Let’s take […]

Lenovo X1 Yoga Review (2018, Gen3)Editor's Pick
In its 3rd generation, the Lenovo X1 Yoga has been announced at CES 2018, and we had an early peek at it, including in the video below. We had a unit in the office for some time now, and it’s Review time! As usual, the X1 Yoga is aimed at a business-oriented user base that wants a care-free, robust 2-in-1 convertible laptop that is dependable under heavy travel or “in […]

Lenovo Star Wars: Jedi Challenges ReviewEditor's Pick
Lenovo and Disney have partnered to create Star Wars: Jedi Challenges, a Mixed Reality gaming set based on the Star Wars universe. We tested it at IFA in Germany, and again at CEATEC in Japan. With the retail unitprice drop to ~$150 and with a Last Jedi content update, it’s time to share our experience and opinion on this novel approach to gaming from Lenovo. Should you get one? Find […]

Lenovo Legion Y920T ReviewEditor's Pick
The Lenovo Legion Y920T (T as in “Tower”) is the successor of the IdeaCentre Y900 desktop Gaming PC. The name change is a logical re-branding since Legion encompasses all gaming computers, while IdeaCentre will gradually become the Home Computer brand for Lenovo. Naming aside, the Legion Y920T is an excellent upgrade that brings a number of refinements where it matters.