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The X1 Nano is one of the better ultrabooks of this generation and the ThinkPad to go for if you're after an ultralight format that doesn't skimp on the ThinkPad design and ergonomics cores. The compact format, the 16:10 matte display, and especially the...
ultralight design, sturdy build quality and excellent crasftmanship, Thunderbolt 4, biometrics and fast wireless, good screen with 16:10 panel, snappy with daily use and multitasking, runs coolly and quietly, punchy speakers for a ThinkPad, fair battery l...
USBC IO only, the keyboard si more cramped and shallowe than on other ThinkPads, not as competent in demanding loads as some of the other premium ultrabooks, expensive when specced up
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Nano has it all excellent battery life, performance, all in a compact package. Reasons to buy+Thin, light design that still feels robust+Excellent performance+Plenty of memory and storage space+Reasons to avoid-Limited ports...
Thin, light design that still feels robust,Excellent performance,Plenty of memory and storage space,
Maybe. if you can find it for the right priceCredit: Reviewed / Whitson Gordon The X1 Nano features a springy backlit keyboard.In a vacuum, the X1 Nano is a great laptop. Its small size and crazy-lightweight form factor are the ultimate in portability...
Mediocre battery life, Peripherals suffer for size
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Nano is a beautiful, lightweight, and surprisingly powerful Ultrabook that is probably the lightest laptop we've ever tested. Its 13-inch screen is a crisp 2K and its 16:10 ratio offers plenty of useful space to get your work done i...
Limited ports, Keyboard layout, Small trackpad, Somewhat pricey
Yes. The ThinkPad X1 Nano is a very well-built, very light, and very long-lasting laptop with some extra security features and a modern display.Editors' RecommendationsLenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 3 vs. Dell XPS 15 Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga is...