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Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Yoga trades up to OLEDThis familiar hybrid adds an OLED display for stunning visuals.
[MUSIC] After years of splitting up its best features among different models, Lenovo has finally come close to making the ultimate Yoga hybrid. For the past several years we've seen Yogas in different styles and sizes with different Different features, but the one thing they all have in common is that 360-degree hinge for flipping into kiosks, table tent or even tablet modes. Now, the new Thinkpad X1 Yoga is aimed at professionals, and has Lenovo's best style of keyboard. The ThinkPad keyboard and it even retracts into the body when you fold it into tablet mode, it even comes with a little stylus for drawing and note taking. But the big headline here is the 14 inch OLED display. That's right it's the same kind of OLED screen found in the highest end TVs and it looks Fantastic. This is one of only about 3 laptops you can buy right now with an OLED display and you can see that the colors are amazingly bright. The black levels are so good, you can hardly see where the screen ends and the bezel begins. No oled TVs are expensive and guess what? Oled laptops are too. From $1600 to $2000 or more, but this yoga has the best hybrid keyboard I've tried. It offers high end core seven processors And it has one of the best laptop screens you've ever seen, and, after you see an old LED laptop screen, it's hard to go back to plain old LCD. [MUSIC]