01-19-2017 11:09 PM
The latest standard is 4K 60Hz with 10 bit colour depth. If the Lenovo Yoga X1 cannot output this over HDMI, then it is already "behind".
Also, the difference is far more noticeable on dedicated monitors compared with television sets which are invariably of inferior quality and latency.
01-21-2017 11:03 AM
I'm still not clear what your application is? If you look at all the up-and-coming standards, every laptop could be classified as "behind"!
What I tested on is not technically a television, but a display.
06-11-2017 11:31 AM
The X-1 Yoga gen 2 has an SD card slot? You mention it is on the back. I don't see it as available on an order.
From what I see in the links below, it's a micro SD card slot, and it's standard. Are you not seeing it as an option (it doesn't appear to be since it's standard) or in the specs?
I have a Gen1 and it 's on the back under a little plastic flap. That seems to be the case with Gen2.
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06-12-2017 10:37 AM
Thank you for the clarification. A micro slot is better than none I suppose.
The specs also list a Sim card slot.
Both the microSD and Sim card are related to phones, which is the mass market way of handling images.
Both the gen 1 and gen 3 X1 Carbons we have allowed the SD card slot as an option.
For professional photography SD cards are the standard.
We'll just have to get used to the dongle approach.
We will buy the Gen 2 X1 Yoga even so.
Do you have knowledge of the different screens? Have read good reviews of the screens/pen combo
and that the OLED screen has true colors.