1 of 3(33%)customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for ThinkPad X230
Review 1 for ThinkPad X230
Owned Product:1-6 months
Operating System:Windows 7 Home Premium
Processor:Intel Core i5
Memory:4 GB or more
Date: May 20, 2013
Pros: Battery, Weight, Processor, Keyboard/peripherals, Display performance, still has a vga
Cons: Durability, no standard hdmi (mini display port instead), only 3 usbs 1 of them is a 2.0
"Loved Lenovo ever since I got my X61 back in 2008 (50% discount online back in the credit crisis days). The X230 somehow couldn't match the original X predecessors' rigidity and quality. Flimsy plastic at the top of the keyboard where the volume buttons and the power buttons are. Hard drive failed after 1.5 month. Noticed that these are of the new breed 7mm slim profile 2.5" harddrive as oppose to the more prevalent 9.5mm."
""A very nice laptop, but not an Ultrabook, twist screen is solid and feels quite stable. Touch screen is responsive and easy to use in laptop or tablet form. Core I7 with 8 gigs ram gives it plenty of power for most any task you would use this system for. Only issue is the terrible battery life, maybe 3 hours at 40% brightness of screen. This is why I call it a laptop not an ultrabook as their is no way you could do a days work without recharging at least once and likely twice.""
"Whether or not the Thinkpad X230 is a qualified ultrabook, it really is. It is ultraportable, so I can take it anywhere. To my vacation in London, or my work at school. The X230's ivy Bridge Processor is an amazing add on. It really keeps the laptop running at amazing speeds. Lastly, the Windows 7 that I got on the X230 is extraordinary. Although other laptops also run this software, it is really something special when running on the X230."