Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga (4th Gen, 2019): The Review

This is the unboxing and review of the all new Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga 4th Gen by AMDtech
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8th Generation Intel® Core™ i5-8265U Processor (1.60GHz, up to 3.90GHz with Turbo Boost, 4 Cores, 6MB Cache)
8th Generation Intel® Core™ i5-8365U with vPro™ (1.60GHz, up to 4.10GHz with Turbo Boost, 4 Cores, 6MB Cache)
8th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-8565U Processor (1.80GHz, up to 4.60GHz with Turbo Boost, 4 Cores, 8MB Cache)
8th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-8665U with vPro™ (1.90GHz, up to 4.80GHz with Turbo Boost, 4 Cores, 8MB Cache)
Operating System
Windows 10 Home
Windows 10 Pro – Lenovo recommends Windows 10 Pro
14″ 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) IPS with Dolby Vision™ HDR400, 470 nits, glossy, multi-touch
14″ WQHD (2560 x 1440) IPS, 280 nits, glossy, multi-touch
14″ FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS, low power, 380 nits, glossy, multi-touch
14″ FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS PrivacyGuard, 380 nits, glossy, multi-touch*
*Coming Summer 2019
Up to 16 GB LPDDR3 2133 MHz
Up to 18 hours* 51Wh, includes Rapid Charge technology†
*Based on testing with MobileMark 2014. Battery life varies significantly with settings, usage, and other factors.
†Requires 65W AC power adapter
Up to 1 TB PCIe SSD
Integrated Intel® UHD 620 Graphics
Fast Identity Online (FIDO) authentication capabilities
Match-on-Chip Fingerprint Reader
dTPM 2.0 chip
ThinkShutter camera cover
Optional: ThinkPad PrivacyGuard
Optional: ThinkPad PrivacyAlert*
Optional IR Camera
Kensington lock slot
*PrivacyAlert requires the IR camera.
Dolby Atmos™ Speaker System
4 x 360-degree far-field microphones
720p HD Camera with microphone
IR & 720p HD Camera with microphone
Dimensions (H x W x D)
12″ x 8.5″ x 0.59″ / 323 x 218 x 15.5 (mm)
Starting at 2.99 lbs (1.35 kg)
ThinkPad Pen Pro included
Iron Gray
WLAN: Intel® Dual-Band 9560 802.11 AC (2 x 2)
WLAN: Intel® Dual-Band 9560 802.11 AC (2 x 2) vPro™
Network extension for Ethernet/side mechanical docking
Bluetooth® 5.0
Optional WWAN: Fibocom L850-GL 4G LTE CAT9
2 x USB 3.1** Gen 2 Type-C / Intel Thunderbolt™ 3 (DisplayPort, Data transfer)
2 x USB 3.1 Gen 1 (1 always on)
HDMI 1.4
Network extension for Ethernet/side mechanical docking
Headphone / mic combo
Spill resistant
Backlit with white LED lighting
Supported Docking
ThinkPad Thunderbolt™ 3 Dock
USB 3.0 Dock
ThinkPad 90W Basic Dock
ThinkPad 90W Pro Dock
ThinkPad 90W Ultra Dock
Docking stations sold separately.
What’s in the box
ThinkPad X1 Yoga Gen 4
ThinkPad Pen Pro
65W AC adapter
4 cell, 51Wh internal battery
Quick start guide

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21 thoughts on “Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga (4th Gen, 2019): The Review

  1. How does the aluminum case feel? I'm worried about the switch from the carbon fiber material, does the metal feel cold on your skin, and how hard is the surface? The carbon fiber felt great.

  2. Things that I don't like about your review style in general: you talk almost like a robot and every video of you feel THE SAME. You don't show your charisma in your reviews so they just feel so plain and boring. The amount of info and details are sufficient but I need more of your personal opinions other than just facts. You also don't emphasize important points enough but your talking is on a constant rate throughout the video, which does make you sound like a robot.
    And the music is annoying!

  3. Disappointed since I JUST had to finally return my dream comp, the Thinkpad X1 Yoga 3rd gen, because I couldn't stand the keyboard. The travel was just too damn low for me (coming from an 5+ year old T440s). My fingers literally hurt after a few MINUTES of typing. I can go all day on my old one. Granted, that wasn't the ONLY reason, there were quite a few, but that was the biggest. I tried for over a week, but nope. T__T And if this keyboard has LESS travel, that sucks for me. :/ The fact that they'd mess with the keyboard depresses me.

  4. Would be a perfect laptop for me. But I have MacBook Air because of Mac OS. 😕

    I think I'm done with Apple. I don't want to rip myself off again. Customers have to be smart. lol

    Edit: One second thought, ThinkPad X1 Yoga is as expensive as 15" MBP – i7.

  5. I do a fair amount of public speaking and mostly use lecterns to place a device which currently I’ve been using an iPad (and need to change to this or a surface pro). When the x1 yoga is put into flat tablet mode, does it have any kind of non-slip ability when laying, keyboard down, on a finished lectern surface?

  6. Please help:

    1. X1 Yoga
    2. C940 10th Gen Intel
    3. XPS 13 2 in 1 10th Gen Intel
    4. Upcoming Surface Pro 7 (October)

    Which one? Need to decide by Friday.

    Thank you!!!

  7. I am considering this one as an upgrade from my Microsoft surface book 1 i5. I basically only use Office apps but a lot of those. I fancy battery life more but am a bit afraid of losing out if I choose FHD as it is a dégradation compared to surface book screen. Is there any benefit in the 4k screen from a productivity point if view e.g. having the option to run multiple apps next to each other or will it be too small to read? Also does it make sense to buy 16Gb instead of 8Gb for this type of use? I suppose an i5 is the better choice for cost and battery reasons as well.

  8. Hi kindly suggest as to one should go for higher resolution or higher nits in new X1 Yoga ?

    14.0" FHD (1920×1080) 400nits
    14.0" WQHD (2560×1440) 300nits.

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