Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Titanium Review: Best for Businessmen and Travelers

Lenovo X1 Titanium Yoga Review
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The X1 Titanium of Lenovo is out recently. The laptop targets the business people who are working at the same time need to move a lot. The laptop comes with some impressive features. Let’s check out the Lenovo X1 Titanium Review 


The X1 Titanium is the thinnest Thinkpad series that Lenovo ever made to date. Surprisingly the X1 Titanium is only 11.5 mm with a decent 13.5-inch 2K resolution display. The 3:2 aspect ratio does the job with 450-nit max brightness. Being very handy in size, you can take X1 Titanium anywhere you like in your backpack. Neither the device will take much space nor its heavier. The Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Titanium comes with 2.5 pounds in weight.

Even though the seems tiny but it can handle you. Whether you are on a long flight or commuting somewhere, X1 Titanium will give you good company. The aspect ratio gives the X1 more space on top so that you can see more content while browsing or reading an article.

Durability & Security Features

Business laptops need to be more secured and feature enriched than the average consumer models. With durability and repairability, X1 Titanium offers much more. The laptop has Military-grade sustainable build, Titanium along with Carbon fiber for the lid, and magnesium-aluminum alloy for the bottom part.

Such durability comes with a better security system as well. There is a fingerprint sensor on the laptop for the biometric security system with anti-spoofing technology. Thus your biometric information will be stored in the fingerprint reader itself, not in the computer. There is an IR camera for facial recognition as well. Apart from these, the BIOS of the laptop offers a self-healing technology. If your laptop fails to update properly or is being attacked by some malicious programs, the X1 Titanium can restore the previous BIOS version to overcome the issue.

Business people are always busy doing kinds of stuff. Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Titanium has an ultrawideband radar sensor. When you move away from your computer it locks itself. As soon as you come in front of the computer, the laptop will wake up and unlock automatically so that you can work again. These features and other features are handled with care through the Lenovo Vantage app.

Keyboard & Touchpad

The laptop is thin but the keyboard is a solid one. You know, Lenovo keyboards are one the best, if not the best, laptop keyboards out in the market. However, there might be some key travel limitations as Lenovo has to keep a slimmer body.

The touchpad on X1 Titanium could have been better. Confusions aside, Touchpad is good on X1 Titanium but doesn’t go with the intense price tag of the device. Not to mention, there are the mouse buttons, TrackPoint nub, and so on. Lenovo made a haptic touchpad by Sensel, where the touchpad doesn’t have any moving parts. Due to haptic feedback, users get a feel like the traditional trackpad.

I/O Ports

The Lenovo X1 Titanium Yoga has only two Thunderbolt 4 USB-C ports and a 3.5mm headphone jack. Can you imagine having a 3.5mm headphone jack in 2021? Anyway, Both the Thunderbolt ports are located on the same side. You can use either of them to charge the laptop and others to use any supported externals.

Battery life

How do 9 hours and around 29mins sound? X1 Titanium will give you the same if you’re doing light tasks like browsing the internet or watching movies. However, in performance mode, you will get lesser time. Lenovo has got that too. Both the Thunderbolt 4 ports of the laptop support fast charging. You can hit 50% from 0 in not more than 30mins as per our Lenovo X1 Titanium Review.


Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Titanium starts with $1,355 as the base model and you can go quite a way upgrading. Such an expensive laptop is harder to recommend for all. However, if you can spend the amount then you will be getting something amazing to work on. Nevertheless, Lenovo very often offers sales on their products. you should look at that on their website.

Should You Buy or Pass?

Well, every coin has two sides. X1 Titanium has some flaws as well. You see, you’re getting a 13.5-inch display which is not big but decent for travel use. the 3:2 aspect ratio may add some complexities when you consume media items in 16:9 ratio, however, you get extra room while surfing the internet. 2K resolution stands between FHD and 4K, but the display is great with 450-nits max brightness which provides 100% sRGB color gamut.

Wrapping Up

Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Titanium is not a performance machine, but you get a decent, slim portable laptop for office work. The laptop targets mostly corporate people who are working a lot and travel at the same time. The high-quality display and security system provides more reliability of the device on official premises. Stay tuned for more updates about Lenovo X1 Titanium Review.

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