Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga Gen 1 13.5″ Business 2-in-1 PC

Check Price on Lenovo Store

Compare Specs

Specifications of the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga Gen 1

Here's the specs sheet of the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga Gen 1. For comparison against other laptops, use the "Compare Specs" button.

Brand Lenovo
Laptop type Convertible 2-in-1 laptop

Convertible 2-in-1 laptop with 360-degree hinge

Business laptop

Premium-class laptop
Performance Mid-range performance
Screen size 13.5-inch
Screen resolution 2256x1504 pixels (very good sharpness)
Touchscreen Yes
Other display specs IPS type (wide viewing angles)

Anti-glare coating
About display Learn about laptop PC displays here.
Processor (CPU) Intel Core i5-1130G7 11th Gen (decent for heavier tasks, besides enabling effortless daily computing)

Intel Core i5-1140G7 11th Gen (decent for heavier tasks, besides enabling effortless daily computing)

Intel Core i7-1160G7 11th Gen (decent for heavier tasks, besides enabling effortless daily computing)

Intel Core i7-1180G7 11th Gen (decent for heavier tasks, besides enabling effortless daily computing)
About processor The laptop's processor (CPU) is the main chip of the system and a very important computing performance factor.
Graphics (GPU) Intel Iris Xe graphics of 11th Gen Core i5 / i7 G7 (for light gaming, but with improved smoothness)
About graphics Graphics processor (GPU) is the main factor for 3D gaming performance. It also affects performance of other graphics intensive tasks like some image and video editing operations.
System memory (RAM) size 8GB RAM (enables comfortable multi-tasking)

16GB (for heavy multi-tasking)
About RAM System memory (RAM) size determines multi-tasking capability of a laptop - how many tasks and programs you can run at the same time.

Learn about RAM of laptop PCs here.
Data storage 256GB SSD (decent capacity)

512GB SSD (very good capacity)

1000GB (1TB) SSD (excellent capacity)
About storage Storage capacity determines how much data you can store locally on your laptop. SSD storage is much faster than HDD storage.

Learn about laptop PC data storage here.
DVD optical drive None
Keyboard, input Backlit keyboard without dedicated number pad

Touchpad with click buttons built into the surface

Pointing stick with accompanying click buttons

Touchscreen

Active digitizer pen
Speakers and audio Stereo speakers

Combo microphone and headphones audio jack
Camera Front-facing web camera

HD 720p (standard laptop webcam resolution)

Face-recognition camera (supports Windows Hello log-ins) (optional)
Wi-Fi wireless 802.11AX (the latest Wi-Fi standard)
Ethernet network port No
Bluetooth Yes
USB ports 2 x USB-C (compact type of USB port)
Video ports Video out via USB-C
Media card reader None
Other features 4G LTE mobile broadband connectivity (optional)

Ruggedized chassis

Fingerprint reader

Thunderbolt 4 high-speed peripheral connectivity technology via USB-C port

Intel vPro business-class system management technology (optional)
Battery 45 Whr capacity
About battery The battery capacity is decent for powering mid-range notebooks like this.

The battery life varies depending on usage, settings, and other factors.
Weight 2.5 pounds
Height 0.5"
Width 11.7"
Depth 9.2"
Casing material Titanium + carbon fiber lid

Magnesium / aluminum base
Casing color Silver
Windows version Windows 10 Home (standard Windows version, free upgrade to Windows 11 Home)

Windows 10 Pro (Windows with added business-oriented features, free upgrade to Windows 11 Pro)
Warranty 1-year
Year of release 2021
Country / region The listed specs are general / worldwide specs of the model. Some of its specs may vary depending on the particular configuration and region.

Check Price on Lenovo Store

Compare Specs

Published on April 7, 2021

User Reviews and Q&A on the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga Gen 1

Below you can read and submit user reviews, questions, and answers about the laptop. Thank you for your contribution.

  1. Question

    Fanus

    Lenovo have the new R9000 series which have a 16 inch viewable area and aspect ration of 16:10. God knows why they chose this instead of 17.3, but how does this compare with the other aspect ratios? Your graph doesnt have this

    Something wrong with this post? Thanks for letting us know. If you can point us in the right direction...

    • Dan

      The 16″ 16:10 is a very rare screen type, so that’s the main reason why it’s not included in the already cluttered graph about common laptop screen sizes & ratios. It will be probably added if more 16″ 16:10 models show up on the market.

      Something wrong with this post? Thanks for letting us know. If you can point us in the right direction...

×

More Related Laptops

Share this page: