In this article, I give you my Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga (Gen 6) review with specs included. As you might guess, it’s been on the market for a few generations already but now we have a redesign and a new color.
This laptop comes in a kind of storm gray color instead of the usual matte black thing patty look and we have kind of cut-off shiny silver sides. So it looks pretty good.
It’s still as ever a slim and light 14-inch convertible with 360-degree hinges. This time updated with Intel 11th gen CPUs with Intel Iris Xc graphics. A new 16 by 10 aspect ratio display with four different display options to choose from and thunderbolt 4.
So those sound like some good upgrades right there. Well, we’ve got a couple of other things too. Now you can get optional 4G or 5G for WN connectivity being a business two-in-one ultrabook well you’ve got to have that kind of thing.
We have Wi-Fi 6 on board as well and of course the usual touch plus pen support and the pen that lives in the silo on the side of the laptop which uses Wacom AES active technology on board.
There are 4 display options on this but it’s not as bad as it seems or is confusing. We have the full HD plus, plus because it’s a 16 by 10 aspect ratio instead of 16 by 9 and you can get that with a kind of a matte finish or with a glossy finish. Which is a nice thing to have that matte finish option because, well, glossy glares. That’s a 400 nits option.
There’s a 500 nit privacy display option and there’s what I have which is the full monty 4K wide-gamut option. So they say 500 nits for that and they aren’t lying, that’s what I measured, a little bit better than that, and 90 of P3, I actually measured even higher, 98 of P3.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga (Gen 6)