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You can save a little money by going back to 8 gigabytes of RAM, which is enough for light-duty computing. There's also a higher-end i7-based configuration, but that strikes me as overkill for this machine. This could change with Windows 11 supporting Android apps, thus theoretically making tablet-based gaming more appealing, but that's still too far in the future to say for sure.
I fondly recall the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 tablet, especially the smart kickstand design that the company, sadly, later abandoned. If that sounds familiar, it's because it's essentially the same as Microsoft's Surface Pro. The Surface Pro hasn't changed much at all for generations, though. Should you get a laptop or a tablet? This is the question behind the success of Microsoft's Surface Pro series. It's a laptop. It's a tablet. It's not the best at either, but it's good enough for most people.
There is, however, another type of person who assumes there will be three buttons on the top of a trackpad, a little red nub in the middle of a wonderfully tactile keyboard, and ports for every accessory. This consumer is called a Lenovo fan.
What if you love Lenovos but want a Surface-style device? The answer is the hybrid Lenovo ThinkPad X It won't satisfy in every regard—it's still light on ports—but it comes very close. Like the Surface Pro 7 , or the Dell Latitude Detachable , the ThinkPad X12 Detachable is neither the best laptop you can buy nor the best tablet you can buy, but it is pretty good at being both of those things in a single package.
First, you should understand just how small the inch X12 is relative to a traditional Lenovo. I use a Lenovo X most of the time, which is a inch laptop, but, thanks to the X's thick bezels, it dwarfs the X That said, the X12 is on the chunkier side for this class of laptop-tablet hybrids; the Surface Pro 7 is considerably thinner and more svelte. The case uses the matte black finish typical of anything sporting Lenovo's ThinkPad logo.
The flip-out kickstand is every bit as good as what you'll get with a Surface Pro and much more stable than the Dell Latitude It's comfortable to type on in your lap and didn't wobble or tip when I used the touchscreen in that position. Other perks you'd expect from Lenovo are all present: the three-button trackpad, the red nub in the keyboard, and by far the best detachable keyboard I've tested. But it's still very much a tablet with a keyboard cover, not a true laptop keyboard of the kind that made Lenovo famous.
My main complaint about the keyboard is the trackpad, which can be unresponsive at times. The It's nice to have a bit of extra vertical room for documents and web pages. The X12's display is nice, with rich colors and deep blacks in movies.
The color gamut covers percent of the sRGB space, and the screen is very bright—up to nits—which helps cut through the glare in brightly lit rooms. What's missing in the Thinkpad X12 is what's missing in every detachable, namely ports. That's a little limiting, but it's not worse than what you'll find on just about any small, high-end laptop, detachable or otherwise. The difference is that here any dongle you attach is going to hang off the side of the screen, which is awkward.
The X12 does have a pen loop on the right side of the keyboard.
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I especially liked the night scene where various hues of neon-trimmed giant skyscrapers gave the city a Blade Runner feel. As mentioned, the X12 Detachable is fairly colorful. Reaching a peak brightness of nits, the X12 Detachable can easily be used outside on a sunny day. Lenovo says the folio keyboard is "optional" but don't let that fool you, it comes included with the base ThinkPad X12 Detachable. And as far as detachable keyboards go, this is easily one of the best.
The folio keyboard mimics those brilliantly comfortable keys found on ThinkPad laptops, like the ThinkPad X1 Carbon , delivering snappy feedback and a surprising amount of travel. Yes, these are more shallow, but they are much more responsive than, say, the keys on Apple's Smart Folio Keyboard for the iPad. My fingers gingerly bounced from one letter to the next as I typed this review, and while each key is a tad smaller than normal, I didn't make too many typos.
Those with larger hands may have a tougher time, especially since the right Alt, PrtSc and Ctrl keys, as well as the arrow keys, are tiny, but overall, I'm really happy with the keyboard. Better yet, the touchpad is a good size and reacted to my swipes and Windows 10 gestures , although some actions required a few attempts.
It may not be a proper glass surface, but it gets the job done. It is a basic stylus with 4, levels of pressure sensitivity and two customizable buttons on the side. I had no issues using it to doodle a drawing or jot down a few notes. The dual speakers flanking the display are weak, producing tinny audio out of my largely indie and alternative playlists. Tora's "Similar" sounded frail and echoey, resulting in worse sound quality than what you get from some smartphones. I had to turn off Glass Animals' "Tangerine" before the X12 ruined the song for me.
The treble tones were sharp and grainy, the bass sounded like someone gently tapping a woodblock, and the vocals were veiled and distant. Please, for the sake of your ears and that cherished music collection you've curated for the past decade, buy yourself a pair of wireless headphones or computer speakers. I didn't expect the X12 Detachable to handle my workload so well, so props to both Intel and Lenovo on this one. That performance was quantified in our benchmark testing where the X12 Detachable scored a 4, on the Geekbench 5.
The average premium laptop takes , so these tablets are outmatched by their clamshell rivals. The GB M. You won't be playing Halo Infinite on the X12 Detachable, and that isn't because it'll be hit with another delay. The X12 unsurprisingly relies on integrated Iris Xe graphics. While improved from older integrated solutions, this chip is good for only lightweight gaming and less graphics-intensive workflows.
The proof is in the benchmarking pudding. The synthetic benchmarks weren't much prettier, with the X12 Detachable reaching 3, on the 3DMark Fire Strike test, a notch ahead of the Surface 3, but below the average 4, Opting for the more efficient CPU paid off in our battery testing. Despite having a small and lightweight chassis, the tablet endured for 11 hours and 6 minutes on our battery test , which involves continuous web surfing over Wi-Fi at nits of brightness. The competition couldn't keep up.
The X12 Detachable even beat the average premium laptop by an hour. The thick top bezel allows for a decent 5-megapixel webcam, capable of taking acceptable shots even under poor lighting conditions. A selfie I snapped with my wife was detailed; I could see individual strands of her hair and the shape of her teeth as she showed her lovely smile to the lens.
However, a layer of visual noise made everything in the picture look grainy. And while the camera captured the green in my baseball-T, the colors in the shot were somewhat dull. For the best video and photo quality, we recommend an external webcam , but the X12's integrated camera will do just fine for casual video chats. On the rear of the tablet is an 8MP camera for those times when you've misplaced your smartphone and aren't afraid to look like Except that in this case, I would only use the camera as a last-ditch means of getting a photo.
A shot I took in my dimly-lit apartment wasn't much better than the front-facing camera; edges were soft and darker areas looked grainy. On the X12 Detachable, that app is called Comercial Vantage. You can also check for driver and BIOS updates to ensure your system has the latest security patches. Another Lenovo app I found on the X12 is for Pen Settings, allowing you to remap the buttons to specific commands.
There is also the nifty Glance by Mirametrix app, which uses the IR camera and sensor to lock the screen when you walk away and unlock it when you return. The X12 Detachable ships with a one-year warranty. The X12 achieves this goal by delivering excellent battery life in a lightweight chassis without sacrificing much performance.
It's the one I'd suggest for most people. You can save a little money by going back to 8 gigabytes of RAM, which is enough for light-duty computing. There's also a higher-end i7-based configuration, but that strikes me as overkill for this machine. This could change with Windows 11 supporting Android apps, thus theoretically making tablet-based gaming more appealing, but that's still too far in the future to say for sure.
I fondly recall the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 tablet, especially the smart kickstand design that the company, sadly, later abandoned. If that sounds familiar, it's because it's essentially the same as Microsoft's Surface Pro.