Laptop computer Lenovo ThinkPad X1 1291-23M review

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 1291-23M is a 13.3-inch ultraportable notebook unusual. Offers a wide range of voltage Intel Core i5, 3G connectivity and high comfort.

This is a laptop that every professional wants a meeting room, but also a number of consumer-friendly features, including an HDMI port and speakers of good quality. More features include a company that has built in modem 7.2Mbps mobile broadband and a display port, TPM 1.2 and the vPro chipset.

Together, these features are a large number of ports, including blood clots SD, USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 and Gigabit Ethernet.
Unfortunately, our tests of X1, could not the SIM card reader to work, despite attempts with three different mobile networks. The notebook also features dual-band Wi-Fi (Intel Centrino advanced N-6205), Bluetooth, a webcam and a high definition screen Intel wireless capability (Wi-Su).

The X1 is the most difficult 13In laptop we've seen. It has a hardened body, a magnesium chassis, Gorilla crystal display and a spill-resistant keyboard. data integrity is facilitated by the inclusion of a solid state drive (SSD) instead of a conventional hard disk. The laptop is a bit heavier than expected - weighs 1.7 kg
Strong means that you can not replace the ThinkPad X1. The battery lasted 2hr 17min in our summary of test results, where we turn off the power management Wi-Fi and brightness to optimize the cycle XviD encoded video. This is not a bad result for a 4-cell battery.

An optional 6-cell, 35 hours watt of extra battery, Lenovo says it offers 10 hours of battery life and total cost of about $ 150.

CPU 2.5 GHz, ThinkPad X1 is the second generation (Sandy Bridge) Intel Core i5-2520M. Together, 4GB of DDR3 SDRAM, integrated Intel HD 3000 graphics card and a 128GB, 3Gbps SSD Intel notebook performed very well. X1 is faster than the Sony VAIO series 13in SB, who also runs the 2.5 GHz Core i5-2520M and 4GB of memory. Further efficiencies may be due to 3Gbps SSD from Intel, which has seen the number of 73.10 megabytes per second (Mbps) to move in our tests, we have a copy of 2.12GB in front of 2-50MB of files from one location to another unit.

This is not a real-time 3D (3DMarko6 a score of 2549 can attest), but the Intel HD 3000 integrated graphics are still good enough to provide high-resolution images and even play simple.

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