12 of 14(86%)customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for X Series: Convertible Laptops
Review 1 for X Series: Convertible Laptops
WORST PURCHASED EVER INLCUDING SERVICE
Date:April 20, 2014
"I bought a X1 Carbon series laptop directly from lenovo based on recommendations. Here are my comments: - thinkpad -> terrible, not user friendly, sometimes does not work. - the computer after 3 days of purchased was not working. black screen even though I could move the mouse. - Worst of all I purchase a "superb warranty". To my surprise the support was rude, hang up on my call one I described the problem and worst of all, IBM described a discrepancy on the warranty. Therefore I have no service now after paying extra warranty.
This is the worst computer I have purchased and will be the last lenovo I purchase. I am sorry I left Dell for this, with all my respect, "terrible" computer and service."
"The x220 convertible tablet is a great computer. It is fast with a very responsive touch screen. The pen technology works well. I am very impressed with the x220 tablet that I purchased. It has everything that I was looking for such as speed, touch screen, pen technology, Windows 7, finger print reader, WiFi, and Webcam. I am glad that I chose this computer instead the MacBook Pro, which does not offer touch screen, finger print reader, and pen technology."
"I have this tablet for school, and it is good for school, but it is ugly and the touch-screen doesn't work very well (in comparision to apple products). It is good for school, it is fast and has a long battery life, but I am currently in the process of getting myself a Mac book, mostly because of the app features and it's "sleekness""
"I use the computer daily for taking notes in class, using Microsoft Office OneNote 2010. The battery life is excellent for this machine, averaging about 5 hours on medium to high performance setting with medium display brightness. This seems low but it is the i7-2620m and it is only a 6-cell battery. It is also the touchscreen model, when combined with the integrated touch features of Windows 7 and the enhanced multitouch features from Lenovo and Wacom makes this machine a joy to use and increases productivity. I am able to print a file to OneNote and then take notes right on the document. Overall this machine is a great tool and was a wonderful purchase."
Pros: Battery, Processor, Support, Included software, Memory, Keyboard/peripherals, viewing angle and color
Cons: Weight, Display resolution
"This is pretty sweet, a tablet with horsepower. If you're at a cafe, you have a laptop, but if you're on a bus, airplane, train, etc. where it is hard to open up and use a laptop, you have a tablet.
I have the Gorilla Glass - it could be cool to have finger touch, but then you need palm rejection. The stylus is good, some drift, but the cursor location is highlighted.
The ThinkVantage is well done, providing one-stop shopping for computer maintenance and related settings that is very polished and enhances the feel.
The keyboard is the antithesis of typing on an iPad screen. Super plush. The build quality is pretty high, and is the same chunky look we all know and love. Great integrated-web-cam resolution and color. The sound is great for laptop speakers. Pen stows nicely. Eraser mouse wins you over in short order (I was a touch pad user before this). Battery life is typically 4-6 hours if I have the wifi off and I'm working in Word."
"I have been using my X201 Tablet for a year now for work. I am an outside sales rep and I really like being able to handwrite notes during meeting and edit photoshop ads. It has a lot of power and I have had good luck with it for the most part. I do however have a lot of problems with the wireless capability. It turns intself off a lot and I have to troubleshoot it every time to get it on again. It does turn on but it's a pain. Had to use tech support once for a hardware damage issue (I have the extended warranty) and that went smoothly. In the field, a lot of clients are really impressed with the laptop, especially the more tech-savvy people! Also, I have a baby and he pulls the keys off really easily from the keyboard but they are VERY easy to get back on (which is more than I can say for a lot of other laptops)!"
"Great and does not weigh a lot. Great for travel. Great handwriting recognition.
Cons: 1.) When screen is not exactly vertical, screen rotation can rub against the battery. 2.) No USB3.0 3.) The pen is easy to lose. I had that today and had to cut my old sofa to retrieve the pen that somehow managed to wedge itself in the tight spot. 4.) I like the smooth surface touchpad which this is not. 5.) When I upgraded to Simpletap 2.0 using ThinkVantage, it screwed up the ThinkVantage so I had to reinstall to factory setting. They might have fixed this already."
"small form factor, great specs, the screen bevel is kind of big on the bottom because it holds the speakers, but other than that it's a great laptop. The touch screen is flush against the frame so its smooth and comfortable for touch interaction. another gripe would be the touchpad, it has a strange design to it (aside from the ultranav buttons) and it takes a while to get used to. Instead of the common HDMI port, it has a displayport which is a little inconvenient. Another issue ive discovered recently, is that it has a weak wifi antennae and has trouble picking up my router in comparison to my other laptops. a plus for booting up really quick and is very reliable, haven't had any critical hardware/software errors (E.G. random shutdowns) overall great laptop."