Summary: Pros: Lightweight & Sleek Design Cons: Awkward Mousepad design Terrible Customer Service High chances of requiring repair four times within first six months of purchase, so I barely had time to use it effectively as it was in the depot most of the time
Summary: The product was beautiful to look at, super light and thin, but there were too many issues with the system. The wifi would not stay connected. (A known issue for lenovo) and the system ran clunky and slow most of the time. Lenovo has become a very unreliable product, even with their thinkpads. I will never purchase a lenovo again. 2nd laptop in a row with significant system issues due to Lenovo's poor hardware selection and bloatware.
Summary: It has been over 1.5 years and just love this laptop. I have just bought another model of X1. It was easy to setup, easy to use, fast, super light. We are ready to buy another one, and will buy the same one again.
Summary: I thought a long time and read a lots of review before I buy this laptop. 1. The battery life is totally not 9 hours, it is 4 and half hours for maximum when I use it in balance mode. 2. To be a computer science student, I need take my laptop around campus, the weight of this laptop is really nice for take everyday. 3. This laptop not that powerful as I see, when I open many windows for programming that the fan will being noisy and the temperature will be a little high.
Summary: I've been using Thinkpads for decades: when one dies, I just buy another. This one (the latest in the series) is VERY good -- I got it after seeing one that a friend had. It has everything that you'd want in laptop, plus a higher-res screen. I'll be happy with it, until Lenovo comes out with a significantly better one.