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Lenovo still equips the Ts with a conventional docking port at the bottom, which is compatible with all products from the last couple of years. Lenovo also offers USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 solutions, but they are not a perfect match for the Ts due to the inconvenient location of the corresponding port at the ThinkPad Ts. The whole bottom panel of the ThinkPad T is very easy to remove.
You just have to loosen 5 screws and there are no annoying plastic clips. Even inexperienced users should not have any problems to access the components. You can also clean the fan. The ThinkPad Ts is shipped with a three-year on-site service in Germany and Austria, which also includes a bring-in international service. It is possible to expand the warranty period up to 5 years as well as the scope of the service like accidental protection. The keyboard of the ThinkPad Ts was not changed compared to the predecessor.
It is still one of the best inputs in the mobile segment. The slightly concave keys of the black chiclet keyboard once again provide a rich feedback and frequent writers will be very happy. The key travel is also very generous for such a slim system and the whole keyboard area is very sturdy. However, the typing noise of the space bar is a bit loud. Compared to the ThinkPad T, we noticed a slightly higher resistance and the actuation force is a bit higher as well.
However, the differences are small and will come down to your personal preference or what you are used to. Both models are definitely very good. Lenovo also uses a two-stage white illumination for this model, but we would have liked a brighter third level. The area of the touchpad including the dedicated TrackPoint buttons did not change, either.
However, the touchpad is now a so-called Precision touchpad, where inputs are processed by Windows directly and not a third-party driver. The Synaptics driver panel only offers a fraction of the features from previous models; all important settings can be adjusted in the Windows settings. Both mouse replacements work very well in general and an external mouse is not really necessary.
However, we can still see room for improvements, especially compared to the recently reviewed T There is a small strip between the touch-sensitive surface and the TrackPoint buttons, which does not accept inputs and wastes space.
The three TrackPoint buttons left and middle one in particular clatter a bit more than on the updated ThinkPad T as well, but this does not affect the handling. There might still be some panel lottery going on in this generation; you will only know what panel you have once you start the device and see the ID.
Our initial measurements determine much better results than on the Ts. The average luminance is decent at nits and the black value is also very good at just 0. Subjectively, we already like the picture ex-works, but there is a slight green cast.
The panel does not use PWM to control the luminance. Similar to the recently reviewed ThinkPad T , the luminance on battery power is reduced by default, in this case to around nits. Once this item is deactivated, has to be done for every Windows profile individually , the full luminance can also be used on the go.
Our measurements show the previously mentioned green cast, but also pretty high deviations for the grayscale and colors compared to the sRGB reference color space. Average DeltaE values of 8. The color temperature is also a bit too warm at Kelvin ideal: K. We can see the potential of the display after a calibration with the professional software CalMAN and the X-Rite i1Pro 2 spectrophotometer. Once calibrated, we can see improvements across all measurements. The average deviations for the grayscale and the colors drop below the important limit of 3 and the green cast is gone.
Both the color temperature and the gamma value are close to their respective ideal values as well. The panel of the ThinkPad Ts should therefore definitely be calibrated. If you cannot calibrate the panel by yourself, you should use our icc-profile, which is linked in the box above. One problem of the Full HD screens from the ThinkPad Ts as well as the new T is the low color gamut, so these models are not really suitable for semi professional picture editing.
The solution has been the optional WQHD screens so far, and this is here the case as well. These are not dream results by any means, but much better compared to the FHD counterparts. If PWM was detected, an average of minimum: 5 - maximum: Hz was measured. The Ts works pretty well outdoors thanks to the matte surface and the high luminance. Our pictures below were taken under light sunshine. You can work comfortably under these conditions when you adjust your sitting position and avoid direct sunlight.
You should also avoid windows indoors if possible. That Lenovo uses a high-quality IPS panel is also supported by the viewing angles. The picture is stable from all directions and we can only notice a slight contrast drop from angles from above. However, even multiple users can look at the screen simultaneously and enjoy a perfect picture.
The Lenovo ThinkPad is well equipped for all office workloads. The subjective performance should therefore not be a problem for any model. This has an effect on the maximum amount of memory as well 20 or 24 GB. Contrary to the ThinkPad T , the more expensive Ts is not available with an optional dedicated graphics card. The base frequency of the dual-core chip is 2.
The processor obviously supports Hyperthreading and can execute up to four threads simultaneously. ULV chips can usually consume up to 15 watts, and many manufacturers increase this value in the first seconds to compensate peak load scenarios.
Lenovo even removed the usual limit for the previous ThinkPad Ts as well as the new ThinkPad T — the processor can consume up to 25 watts the whole time. This makes the optional Core i7 chips more interesting because you can also use the additional performance. This is also the case for the ThinkPad Ts, but the cooling performance cannot keep up with the heat development. We can only see the maximum clock of 3. The consumption is around 15 watts in this scenario. We can never see the full 3.
It will drop to 3. This means the processor cannot utilize its full performance, even when the machine is not already warmed up. The additional charge for the Core i7 is therefore not worth it for all scenarios. More benchmarks for the Core iU and the other optional processors for the Ts are available in our Tech section.
Another problem is the performance on battery power, because the CPU cannot even maintain its base frequency. The adjustment of the BIOS settings did not help, either. This behavior is suspicious, so we visited Lenovo's support homepage and installed all driver updates that are related to the energy management, including the latest BIOS version 1.
There was unfortunately no change for the temperature limit, or the reduced performance on battery power. The everyday performance of the ThinkPad Ts is very good. This impression is also supported by the synthetic PCMark benchmarks. The combination with the high CPU clock and the fast memory results in the top spot for the ThinkPad Ts in the comparison group. The storage situation for the ThinkPad Ts is limited since there is only a single M.
Our test model is equipped with a Samsung PM M. Contrary to the ThinkPad T , the M. AS SSD now determines realistic results. CrystalDiskMark determines a slightly higher sequential read performance, but there are only small differences for the other results in both directions.
The test model manages a small lead over other models with the HD in the synthetic 3DMark benchmarks thanks to the high clocks and the dual-channel memory configuration. More benchmarks with the HD Graphics are listed here. The gaming performance of the ThinkPad Ts is not particularly good, despite the dual-channel memory configuration. However, this is not a high priority for a business laptop. You are limited to older titles with the integrated graphics card, but you should keep the power adapter attached.
While Tomb Raider ran smoothly at If you plan to use the laptop for private purposes as well and want to play some games, you might want to consider an optional graphics card via Thunderbolt 3. The dual-core ULV is certainly not ideal for this, but the Thunderbolt 3 port full speed does at least not limit the graphics card.
The cooling solution of the ThinkPad Ts consists of two heat pipes and one fan, which was also the case for the previous model. The fan is usually deactivated while idling and with light workloads. It only starts spinning at the lowest rpm level occasionally, but The fan will react to load very quickly and already reaches the maximum noise level at medium workloads. The noise will increase in steps from 32, The fan also starts spinning frequently in practice installation of applications, web browsing independent of the Windows power profile.
This is also a difference compared to the previous Ts , where the fan delayed reacting to load scenarios and it was quieter at 33 dB A as well. However, both models are comparable under maximum load. You can clearly hear the We cannot determine other noises, either. We also used the tool TPFanControl to check whether the fan has more headroom to improve the cooling performance, even though the noise would be higher in return.
However, the measured The ThinkPad Ts is a very cool device while idling and with light workloads. However, we can notice higher temperatures compared to the previous model when we stress the system. The left part of the base along the cooling unit in particular warms up noticeably.
Our measurement device determines up to The left keyboard area is much warmer during typing and you should not really use the system on your lap when under maximum load, either. Our stress test with the tools Prime95 and FurMark reveals very interesting results. The processor runs at 2. This is a very good result for such a slim system. A 3DMark 11 run immediately after the stress test did not determine a lower score. Particularly interesting is the temperature development. The processor never exceeds 3 GHz, so the chip temperature increases very slowly.
The two CPU cores seem to be quite the hot heads when the clocks surpass 3 GHz, and the cooling solution is a bit overwhelmed by the temperature development. There would be two solutions for this problem: increasing the temperature limit or implement a more powerful cooling solution. The temperature limit could easily be increased via BIOS update, but this is unlikely considering the already high surface temperatures.
If you pay the additional price for the faster processor, you also want to use the performance. The two stereo speakers are not particularly loud at up to 72 dB A , but the sound is pretty balanced. Voices are loud and clear and even music playback is pleasant at moderate volumes, at least if you do not need too much bass. You should use external solutions in this case. The playback via stereo jack is noise-free and the connection with our Bluetooth speaker Denon Envaya Mini was stable.
We can see the impact of the brighter display in our idle measurements because the new ThinkPad Ts consumes a bit more power than the previous ThinkPad Ts. Up to 9 watts at the maximum luminance is still okay though when you consider the high resolution and the bright panel.
The load measurements clearly show the effect of the increased consumption limit for the processor. The maximum consumption in the stress test is This also explains the more powerful watt power adapter. The smaller watt unit would be just sufficient, but it would not have any headroom to charge the battery in this case. The capacity of the two integrated lithium-ion batteries was slightly increased compared to the previous model and is now 51 Wh. We did not really understand the solution with two integrated batteries last year, and this did not change for the new model.
The regular ThinkPad T with the combination of an integrated and an external battery definitely has an advantage in this respect. We can see increased runtimes compared to the predecessor in our tests. We list the result for the minimum runtime, but we have to check that value again.
We did not find a solution for this behavior so far a change of the BIOS settings to Maximum Performance did not help, either. Another run confirmed our initial result. The maximum runtime at the lowest luminance and maximum power-saving features is a little more than 13 hours. Both batteries are then fully charged.
The connector is automatically deactivated when it detects the wrong voltage. The ThinkPad Ts is one of the devices that Lenovo updated only a little this year. The previous Ts was already a very good business notebook, so this is not a big issue. The chassis is still extremely well built. It is both light and stable thanks to high-quality materials like magnesium.
The overall quality is one notch above the regular ThinkPad T Great improvement to the trackpad, decent improvement to the keyboard, great battery life and nice screen. Great performance and excellent battery life are what many are looking for, followed by light weight, a decent display and ample IO connectivity options. It just so happens, the Lenovo ThinkPad Ts has it all. All models come with what Microsoft calls "Windows 10 Signature Edition," a clean build of Windows with no trialware, third-party AV packages, unwanted toolbars, or other utilities.
This helps speed bootup and also makes it easier for IT departments tasked with rolling out laptops to end users.
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