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Testseek.com have collected 73 expert reviews of the Lenovo ThinkPad X240 and the average rating is 81%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Lenovo ThinkPad X240.
 
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The editors liked

  • Durable glass-fiber chassis
  • Hot-swappable battery
  • All the I/O ports you could ask for
  • Longest battery life available
  • Durable design
  • Comfortable palm rest
  • Wide viewing angles
  • Sturdy design
  • Extremely long battery life
  • Good performance
  • Touch screen display
  • Solid performance. Incredible battery life. Responsive touch screen. Sturdy design.
  • Durable build
  • Compact
  • Plenty of ports for a small laptop. Bridge Battery system means very long battery life with optional secondary batteries
  • Ridiculously long battery life with hot-swappable battery
  • Excellent keyboard and touch screen
  • Solid all-around performance
  • Laundry list of extra features
  • Tough build
  • Plenty of configuration options
  • Solid performance
  • Integrated mobile broadband option
  • Twin battery configuration delivers long battery life
  • Solid case
  • Excellent keyboard
  • Bright IPS display with wide viewing angles
  • High application performance
  • Low system noise
  • Integrated LTE module
  • 3-year warranty
  • Keyboard
  • Display
  • Battery life
  • Power Bridge system
  • Noise emissions
  • Mobility

The editors didn't like

  • Disappointing 1366 by 768 display
  • Keyboard not up to ThinkPad standard
  • Weak speakers
  • Low-res screen comes standard
  • Weak audio
  • Lowerresolution display
  • Keyboard is mushy
  • Low-resolution display. Pricey
  • Gone are the full mobile CPUs found in early gen X2xx models. Buttonless trackpad may be off-putting to diehard ThinkPad users
  • Better configurations grow pricey
  • No HDMI and only two USB ports
  • Touch pad can miss clicks
  • Only one memory slot (8GB max)
  • Low-res Webcam
  • Relatively heavy
  • Higherend configurations are expensive
  • Only 2x USB 3.0
  • No dedicated mouse buttons
  • Poor speakers
  • Very high price
  • Connectivity
  • Localized build quality issues
  • Clickpad buttons
  • Throttling issues while under full load

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  Published: 2014-06-06, review by: notebookcheck.net

  • Solid case, Excellent keyboard, Bright IPS display with wide viewing angles, High application performance, Low system noise, Integrated LTE module, 3-year warranty
  • Only 2x USB 3.0, No dedicated mouse buttons, Poor speakers, Very high price
  • Lenovo ThinkPad X240Let us start our verdict with the important question Is the Full HD display worth the additional charge of almost 100 Euros (~$136) or not? For everyone who often uses large Excel sheets on the road and many applications simultaneously...

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  Published: 2014-05-01, Author: Lisa , review by: mobiletechreview.com

  • Durable build, compact, plenty of ports for a small laptop. Bridge Battery system means very long battery life with optional secondary batteries
  • Gone are the full mobile CPUs found in early gen X2xx models. Buttonless trackpad may be off-putting to diehard ThinkPad users
  • The X240 is for those of you who want larger laptop amenities in a small chassis, from the internal upgrade possibilities to plenty of ports. It's rare to see wired RJ-45 Ethernet on a 12.5" machine for example, and the Lenovo also has a mini DisplayPort,...

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  Published: 2014-02-25, review by: pcper.com

  • Unlike the X230, which merely substituted the traditional (and excellent) ThinkPad keyboard with a nearly-equivalent AccuType Chiclet-style model, the X240 brings some pretty striking changes to the table—and not all of them are necessarily positive.  For...

 
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  Published: 2014-02-03, review by: pcworld.com_techhive.com

  • Durable glass-fiber chassis, Hot-swappable battery, All the I/O ports you could ask for
  • Disappointing 1366 by 768 display, Keyboard not up to ThinkPad standard, Weak speakers
  • The solidly designed Lenovo X240 Thinkpad features fourth-generation Intel Core processors and hot-swappable batteries. But its display resolution of just 1366 by 768 is disappointing at this price point....

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  Published: 2014-01-30, Author: Jamie , review by: computershopper.com

  • Ridiculously long battery life with hot-swappable battery, Excellent keyboard and touch screen, Solid all-around performance, Laundry list of extra features
  • Better configurations grow pricey, No HDMI and only two USB ports, Touch pad can miss clicks, Only one memory slot (8GB max), Low-res Webcam
  • The latest-generation ThinkPad X240 delivers the features and durability you'd expect, along with astonishing battery life. A few design choices won't be to everyone's liking, but on balance this is one of the best business ultrabooks you can buy. ...

 
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  Published: 2014-01-29, Author: Paul , review by: networkworld.com

  • HomeSmall BusinessLenovo ThinkPad X240 a Sleek Touchscreen Ultrabook Tough Enough for BusinessEmail a friendToUse commas to separate multiple email addressesFromCheck out this article I found on Network World.Privacy PolicyThank youYour message has been s...

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  Published: 2014-01-26, review by: mobilephonereviewss.com

  • Abstract:  Though the ThinkPad X240 isn't as skinny as the X1 Carbon and some competing Ultrabooks, we forgive it since the extra space allows for those upgradable internal components and for the excellent keyboard. While the keyboards on the Yoga series of ThinkPad...

 
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  Published: 2014-01-23, Author: John , review by: pcmag.com

  • Solid performance. Incredible battery life. Responsive touch screen. Sturdy design.
  • Low-resolution display. Pricey
  • The Lenovo ThinkPad X240 is a powerful business laptop sporting a Core i5 Haswell CPU, a speedy solid-state drive, and a 12.5-inch IPS touch-screen display. You'll pay top dollar for this well-built ultrabook, but it'll give you over 15 hours of battery ...

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  Published: 2014-01-09, Author: Sandra , review by: zdnet.com

  • Tough build, Plenty of configuration options, Solid performance, Integrated mobile broadband option, Twin battery configuration delivers long battery life
  • Relatively heavy, Higherend configurations are expensive
  • The Lenovo ThinkPad X240 impresses on every front. The configuration options are plentiful with touchscreen, HDD/SSD, mobile broadband and different Windows versions all in the mix. We like the legacy VGA port, the usable keyboard, the tried-and-trusted d...

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  Published: 2013-12-09, review by: techreviewsource.com

  • Sturdy design, Extremely long battery life, Good performance, Touch screen display
  • Lowerresolution display, Keyboard is mushy

 
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