The ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga (2021) with optional 5G is more than just a mouthful to say. It's Lenovo's thinnest ThinkPad ever, but they didn't do that just for the headlines. Instead, it solves problems with tablet-like PCs by making a laptop more like an iPad Pro. Here's how they did it and the innovative new technology needed to make it happen.
For the last few years, Apple has had a lock on making haptic-based touchpads. But that's now changing thanks to a company called Sensel, whose new touchpad is in the exciting Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yog. Here's why it's a big deal and why a haptic touchpad is better than capacitive.
What happens when you make a laptop out of titanium, carbon, and magnesium? You get the brand-new Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga with optional 5G. It's insanely light and thin but also uses a real Intel Core i7 processor. Did we mention it has a 3:2 display aspect, converts to a tablet, and supports inking? Here is what you need to know.