This is the Lenovo ThinkPad 13 Chromebook, not to be confused with the Lenovo ThinkPad 13 Windows 10 laptop.
The 13-inch laptop can fold back to 180 degrees, but not a full 360 degrees for a tablet-like experience.
Since the screen can tilt back so far, you can get a great viewing angle of the screen no matter how you're holding it.
That's really the only exciting design element to the ThinkPad 13 Chromebook. Everything else about it is standard fare.
The keyboard is comfortable for typing on. Its keys are slightly concave, so your fingers feel at home on them.
Our review unit didn't have a touchscreen, but you can upgrade to a configuration that does.
Our review model did have the best processor Lenovo has to offer in the ThinkPad 13. It's part of the reason why it performed so well in our benchmark testing.
It has two USB Type-C ports and charges via USB-C (it comes with its own 45W charger).
Including its two USB 3.0 ports, it has four USB ports total.