Be sure to check out our full review here! – The new ThinkPad X1 Carbon ups its display game dramatically versus last year’s model. It now sports a 2560x1440p WQHD+ display option that supports 100% of the AdobeRGB color gamut and drives 500 nits of brightness, along with Dolby Vision HDR (High Dynamic Range) capability.
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  1. I just got this over the 7th gen due to a lower price. Man, am I happy with this machine! My history of laptops have been a bit meh. 2 Dell machines, the first gen Surface Pro and the 4th gen Surface Pro. This is amazing! I may never go back to anything else but Lenovo.

  2. OMG!!! This is the best review for my hard choice! Author! Thank You so much for your work! I'm hardware designer and often use different programms: Photoshop, Solidworks and ect. I had have a lenovo yoga 13 for 7 years. It was a perfect 1.5 kg transformer. But it is little bit die, and I must have to choose withing the Yoga X1 14" OLED or the X1 carbon WQHD. And after a week of searching for comparative reviews, I came across your movie! Bingo! I've prefer more light weight Carbon X1.

  3. I really don't get all the "business laptop" thing, I have been using it as a home user for a year and I am really happy with it 🙂

  4. great review 😃🌺 I am planning to buy a new laptop. because of my eye dryness problem screen is important for me. but i am a linux user. i am confused to buy macbook pro or lenovo. macbook pro has great dusplay, but lenovo thinkpad x1 carbon is linux friendly with lots of ports. Can you please tell me if x1 carbon display is as good as macbook pro ? what about x280?

  5. I would like to see some comparison between the HDR- and non-HDR WQHD displays. I've got the non-HDR matte display just because of the matte layer. Can't stand glare. And cannot stand high brightness either; hence I cannot imagine why anyone would use the HDR display at full-brightness of 500 effin nits…

  6. Hey, you have nice voice, nice info, nice montage. Your channel is so underrated. You are better than some millions channels. Just keep going 🙂

  7. Thanks a lot. I'm leaning on the Dell XPS 15". The XPS line seems to be coming near the top in almost every review it's mentioned. I do detest the nostril cam though.

  8. From what I see on lenovo.com, the HDR WQHD 500 nits display is glossy. Did you do any comparisons of glare vs. the usual matte displays? All the other display options are anti-glare (but 300 nits). I imagine the brightness can compensate for the increased glare somewhat?

  9. currently using the HDR screen and am puzzled why you say it outperforms the OLED panel from the x1 yoga. the contrast on the OLED panel is nuts. the HDR LCD panel is a better overall COMPUTER display though plus not having to worry about burn in and absurd OLED panel replacement costs… but if money wasn't an issue, and i could replace panels at will i would go OLED.

  10. I notice your battery life test turns out that the late 2017 Dell xps 13 1080p performs the best? Does the 2018 version has a much smaller battery of capacity? And how much time will be lost if it is a QHD version?

  11. Not True, the fans are so loud and there’s a throttling problem with this device I just return mine yesterday

  12. I can not decide between this and the yoga version (both full spec). They cost me exactly the same. I am worried about the cooling on the yoga though, otherwise it would be the better device for me….

  13. Great review! I'm definitely torn between this light and portable X1 and the more versatile XPS 15. I think the latter is overkill for what I do, but having a GPU that handle light gaming is attractive.

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