When we talk about living with the future, what do we mean?
With its sleek new, curved surfaces and a high-resolution screen, the Lenovo ThinkPad T460s feels futuristic and modern, and its design is both stylish and functional.
But it has a lot of flaws.
First, its keyboard isn’t comfortable for most people.
In my brief time with the T460, I couldn’t get it to do much more than tap the spacebar.
Its keys are too small, too soft, and it doesn’t feel as good to use with my thumbs.
The keys are also easily missed when I’m not typing.
I was tempted to buy a new laptop from Lenovo, but instead, I opted for the ThinkPad X240, a more comfortable keyboard with a more durable, yet thinner, trackpad.
The X240 has a better keyboard, but I prefer the T450s.
This review will focus on the X240 because it’s more affordable and has a few more features.
The T460 and X240 are two of Lenovo’s top-performing ThinkPads, but there are still some differences in the way the T440 and T450 perform.
I’ll focus on performance first.
I think the T470 is a great notebook with a solid keyboard.
I can type without feeling tired or fatigued, and typing speed is fast.
It has a sturdy, solid feel, but Lenovo has improved the keyboard to improve its grip and the feel of the keys.
I have a lot more confidence typing on a Lenovo keyboard than I do on any other laptop.
The keyboard feels solid and comfortable, and the touchpad is quick and responsive.
But, while the T370 has a good keyboard, it’s not the fastest notebook.
The Toshiba Chromebook Flip has a similarly fast keyboard and a fast trackpad, and both are great notebooks.
The best Chromebook laptops have the best keyboards, and I like that Lenovo has put some thought into its keyboard design.
However, the T380s keyboard is so much nicer than its competitors’ that I find it a bit uncomfortable.
The Lenovo ThinkPad T460 is an extremely well-rounded laptop.
It’s not a top-of-the-line ThinkPad, but it’s a solid, affordable option for people who want a good-looking, stylish, and functional laptop.
I had high expectations for the T420s.
Lenovo made a big deal about its “super-smooth” trackpad and its new touchpad.
But while the touch pad is smooth and responsive, the trackpad is a bit hard to reach when typing.
It can feel a bit slippery when typing on the keyboard, so I have to use the track pad while I type.
That can be frustrating, especially if I’m trying to type faster or faster than I could with the trackpads on my MacBook Pros or laptops that cost less than $1,000.
The ThinkPad M420 has a much better keyboard.
It feels good and comfortable to type on, but typing speed can be a bit slow.
I still can’t get the keyboard on to the T430s or T440s because of their small size.
The touchpad on the T500 is also quite good, but the T400s is much more comfortable.
I’ve had some problems with the keyboard.
The TrackPoint is easy to press and release, but my fingers can get tired after a while.
It took me longer than 10 minutes to type a long letter on the TrackPoint, but when I did type it, I got a much faster response.
But the TrackPoints are not nearly as responsive as the other two.
Lenovo did a good job with the design of the ThinkPADS, but its keyboard and trackpad feel cheap and cheap.
I like the look of the T480s and the T410s, but they aren’t nearly as stylish as the T560s.
I’m willing to pay more for a better laptop that has better keyboards, but even that laptop has its flaws.