Summary: One of the worst notebook i have ever bought. I don't think this notebook was even tested before released for sale. The touchpad is a nightmare, scrolling with two fingers will activate right clicking. Always clicking on random stuff when moving the mouse witth the touch pad. the multi function bar/touch screen thing doesn't always work and its a hassle to go through the 3 menu system. The screen has a film layer that makes it look hazy.
Lenovo's service was great. They changed motherboard
Benita Lanzer, Amazon
16 December 2014
Summary: I got the computer and during the first week it kept on crashing (blue screen). Although the computer is completely unreliable, Lenovo's service was great. They changed motherboard, but computer keeps crashing. Now I have to re-install windows, hoping it will solve the problem. I read the bad reviews, and still bought it - don't recommend others to do the same mistake.
Summary: This is my 4th ThinkPad. The others have been full-featured desktop replacements and have been stellar, unlike the Carbon X1 2nd generation which has been nothing but pain. I had researched other comments ahead of time and thought that I would be able to adapt to recent changes in keyboard but after 3 months of business use, unfortunately this wasn't the case. Dislikes: 1) Adaptive keyboard.
Everything went great until I hooked it up to a Dell U3014 ...
Le Pakshi "lepakshi", Amazon
25 November 2014
Summary: I have owned this laptop for about 9 months. In that time, the hard drive has failed twice and the wifi has been throwing a "limited connectivity" message for some time now. The most recent issue is the battery is now giving an error, will not charge, and the laptop will shutdown if the plug is pulled (goodbye to all the uncommitted data in my database project, and two large stored procedures I wish I'd saved).
Summary: JUNK. We bought 8 at work. 4 needed new motherboards within the first month. 2 of those that had the motherboard replaced had to have a 2nd motherboard replacement within another month. These "computers" have the motherboard of a tablet. You're essentially buying a tablet with a laptop sized keyboard and screen.