The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga is now available for purchase. The convertible PC is made from titanium, magnesium, and carbon, which make up a body that weighs just 2.5lbs. It has an option for 5G, runs on up to an 11th Gen Intel Core i7 processor, and has a 3:2 screen that supports touch. It was one of the most exciting devices we saw at CES 2021, and you can order it now, starting at $2,909.
During CES 2021, our executive editor Daniel Rubino used the X1 Titanium Yoga:
I’ve been using the X1 Titanium Yoga all weekend, and so far, it’s been flawless. I’ll have a deeper dive later this week, but so far, this is my favorite laptop of CES 2021.
Rubino also summed up the device by saying that it’s a “convertible laptop [that] does everything a Windows computer can do in 2021.” That includes optional 5G support, Wi-Fi 6, having 11th Gen Intel chips, touch support, and inking support (with an included pen).
The ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga 5G also has a unique haptic trackpad. The end result is similar to Apple’s Force Touch but is made by Sensei. Rubino goes into depth on the haptic touchpad on the ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga 5G. He even says that “haptic touchpad tech is the future of modern computing.”
With the latest chips, a thin-and-light body, optional 5G support, and a unique haptic trackpad, the ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga 5G is a strong contender to join our list of the best Windows laptops.
When we initially covered the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga, its starting price was stated at $1,899. The cheapest model on Lenovo’s website is currently $2,909, but that doesn’t mean that more affordable models couldn’t come in the future.
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