Unbox of Lenovo X1 Extreme Gen 2 with 4K OLED screen and a Core i9 Processor
YES! If you thought you couldn't get more extreme than the ThinkPad X1 Extreme,Here comes the Lenovo X1 Extreme Gen 2, I Know you have been waiting so long.The OLED laptop gets a hefty price tag, it is a thin and light 15-inch with a serious spec sheet that includes a 4K OLED display and an Intel Core-i9 processor.
I was mostly using the smaller ThinkPad x-series laptops but maybe we should pay more attention and put more time into the 15-inch model, I'm interested in this model specifically use the fact that this one has an OLED display.
OLED makes any sense at all in a laptop ?
The beauty here with Lenovo is they let you customize four different screens on here, including three that are not OLED.
so if you don't want that，you got plenty of 500 nits options
The OLED displays actually a hundred fewer nits than the IPS version, it's bright over LED.But anyhow it's also 4k, it's multi-touch and has Dolby vision HDR 500.
it's the box inside the box .
So this one here is 135 watts.it packs in the nvidia geforce gtx 1650 max-q 4gb,that's the graphics are gonna get in this package.
They give you a Type C cable , a breakout Ethernet cable and they gave you a pen.Nice button, this is quite a robust metallic pen.
There you go.you're familiar with the look of a carbon fiber weave.it's kind of nice you get reminded of the actual construction when you look at the appearance on the outside of the lid.
We have our power port as well as an LED light, a couple of type-c connectors with the Thunderbolt 3 icon as well , you have a full size HDMI port networking breakout port for that cable.An SD card built-in,SD card slot, two typical standard old-school USB ports and a locking section. I believe this is for a smart card over here.
the speaker grills you can see located on the bottom side. those are gonna reflect off the table .
This is where the whole thing really happens, as far as I'm concerned the keyboard, what happens on the inside over here.trackpad is a fairly large size, of course because it is part of the ThinkPad series. For me this is like thin and light decent battery.
what's the best display I can get on a laptop right now, what's the best keyboard I think like, this is sort of how I'm looking at and I like the versatility of ports as well, again from the workstation mindset mostly that's the OLED and it's vibrant.so touch screen display also .this screen is blazing my retinas right now.
It's the I 9 98 a th 2.3 gigahertz. they call it turbo boost it , that's up to four point eight gigahertz 32 gigs of DDR for RAM, you have a one terabyte nvme SSD so this thing's obviously it's a beast. but it's important to note you do not need to spec out this second generation X one.you could do a custom build with the OLED screen and some less heavy specs on the SSD and the RAM and probably save a few bucks that way if you choose to .
At this point so some other specs here when of the videos ever look this bright on a laptop screen, at least for me, that's the killer functionality.that's the item gets me excited at this point in laptops.I had this experience with OLED on televisions ,that's different, that's advanced, that's the new tech .