Lenovo ThinkPad X13 Review
We’ve taken a look at a Ryzen 7 (16GB RAM, 512GB SSD) powered ThinkPad X13. The impressions which we’ve gathered are positive. This is among the most powerful 13.3” business laptops when we’ve posted this article - thanks to the processor boost (we’ve tested the 8-Cores model). The AX wifi, and 3 new keypad shortcuts (F9-F11) are the sideline changes, in addition to the Ryzen 4000 series processor (upto 8-Cores).
You can watch our latest video about the ThinkPad X13 here:
Build & General Quality
Well built and generally robust, are the first impressions from handling the ThinkPad X13. The hinge seems to be well made. The chassis takes a less rubberised form (than the popular ThinkPad T14). The lid does appear to attract the fingerprint marks easily (useful to keep a microfibre cloth nearby to clean it).
Keypad & Trackpad
The speakers within the X13 are generally quite functional for everyday tasks. it’s not as excellent as the quad speaker setup on the premium ThinkPad X1 Carbon 7 / 8th Gen, in the bass level - one could always use headphone, or external speakers, as a quick upgrade.