25 years ago today, IBM released its first-ever ThinkPad, the ThinkPad 700C. Happy anniversary, ThinkPad.
Recent ThinkPad Stories
I described the ThinkPad X1 Carbon as being one feature short of perfect. Well, guess what? The ThinkPad X1 Yoga fixes that problem.
While I've tested my share of premium portable PCs, I've rarely used one as compelling as the 2017 ThinkPad X1 Carbon
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon is consistently among the best Ultrabooks in the market. And it looks like the 2017 rendition is upholding the tradition nicely.
It's not clear whether Lenovo actually meant to reveal its next-generation ThinkPad X1 Carbon ahead of CES. But they did, so let's take a look.
Great news, ThinkPad fans: Your favorite laptops and portable PCs are about to get even better.
With its latest T-series Ultrabook, Lenovo is blurring the line with its upscale X1-series more than ever before. This is no frumpy corporate laptop. Instead, the ThinkPad T460s is a thin, light and durable beauty.
The latest addition to the vaunted ThinkPad X1 lineup is basically Lenovo's version of the Peanut Butter Cup. And in this case, the two great tastes that go together are the flexibility and versatility of its Yoga products and the reliability and design sense of the X1 series.
The ThinkPad X1 Carbon is the best Ultrabook I've ever used, a sleek, thin and light wonder with a gorgeous screen, stellar keyboard, and good battery life.
There are Ultrabooks … and then there are Ultrabooks. Lenovo’s ThinkPad X1 Carbon lands in a hallowed category within which there are few other entries. It is astonishingly light and durable, with a stunning 14-inch screen, and, in the variant I am reviewing, it features a new PCIe-based SSD that should speed performance even higher. […]