Thanks for a great article. I really want to purchase the X1 Carbon (without Touch), but the only reason I'm hesitant to do so is that I heard the screens can get a bit grainy and pixelated. In your opinion, is there any truth to this? I need to read on the screen for long periods of time, so I need something that would not be so exhausting for my eyes. I'd appreciate your advice!
I think there is problem with the battery review! Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon; Surfing with WLAN: 3h 22min Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch; Surfing with WLAN: 6h 54min It seems that touchscreens reduce the battery consumption significantly! LOL!
Anyone have an idea why notebooks with similar hardware and similar battery capacities can have such varying battery life? Even within ThinkPad's own product line: X1 carbon touch, 45 Wh, 7 hours vs T430u, 47 Wh, 3.5 hours battery life? What is it about lithium polymer batteries that makes them so much better?
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