Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Fold review: a giant folding tablet held back by Windows

We first got a look at Lenovo’s Thinkpad X1 Fold last CES, and it certainly caught our attention. A giant tablet that folds in the middle like a book, and can be propped up with a kickstand, or folded in half and paired with a keyboard to transform it into a mini laptop. The technology on display is impressive, but the device is held back by it’s software. It runs windows, which has always had problems as a tablet OS. It looks like the future, but buggy software, coupled with the sky-high price tag (starting over $2500), make it hard to recommend the X1 Fold.

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