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opinion Over the past several years I’ve had the somewhat unique experience of reviewing almost exactly the same laptop three times. What the process has taught me is that the new wave of touchscreens making their way into laptops aren’t just a fad; they’re part of a subtle revolution in the way we interact with out portable devices.
It’s not often, as a technology gadget reviewer, that you review the same device three times. Normally, once is more than enough to do the job; after putting any product through its paces once, you can safely assume that you’ve got its measure and that same unit won’t cross your desk again. In this context, Lenovo ThinkPad X1 laptop line has been something of an oddity in the Delimiter office over the past several years, as we’ve now tested it no less than three times.
Our initial review of the unit (by Jenneth Orantia), after it was released in mid-2011, established the X1′s credentials. At the time, the model’s stellar build quality, premium materials, ultra-slim profile and power under the hood established it as one of the top laptops on the market for those Australians looking for a business machine to run Windows in the office. The model, which Lenovo had gone to great effort to design, wasn’t perfect — with battery life an issue — but it was pretty damn good, and did much to show that Lenovo was keeping the ThinkPad’s long-term credentials as an impeccable business brand intact. Continue…
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