Lenovo ThinkBook Plus Gen2 Core i7
Average of 3 scores (from 7 reviews)
Reviews for the Lenovo ThinkBook Plus Gen2 Core i7
Source: Mobile Tech Review
The Lenovo ThinkBook Plus Gen 2 would seem like a completely mainstream 13.3” QHD+ aluminum clad slim and light premium Ultrabook, but Lenovo added a little something special: a second 12” QHD+ e-ink display on the laptop’s lid. Both displays have a 16:10 aspect ratio with 2560 x 1600 resolution and support pen and touch (you can only 1 display at a time). You can use the power-sipping e-ink display in a tablet-like fashion, or open up the laptop and use it as a normal notebook PC. Inside we have Intel quad core CPUs, 16GB RAM and a 512GB SSD. Pricing starts around $1,255.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 12/24/2021
Source: XDA Developers EN→zh-CN
Despite some flaws, I really do love the Lenovo ThinkBook Plus Gen 2. I’m sure plenty of people will write off the E Ink display on the lid as a gimmick, but I’ve been excited about this feature since Lenovo first demoed it for me ahead of the first-gen announcement. It’s actually pretty practical. If only the battery life was better. That’s the real problem. I tend to sit and write reviews in coffee shops, just to get that last feel for the laptop I’m reviewing, but with this one, I feel like I’m watching the battery drain. I can’t confidently say you can go anywhere without a charger when it comes to this machine. That goes for the E Ink display too. If you’ve got a six-hour flight and you’re planning to read a book on this, you might not make it on battery alone. It’s still cool though. You can draw, take notes, read, or do whatever else you want on the E Ink display. And on top of that, none of it takes away from this just being an excellent laptop. It has a solid keyboard like you’d expect from Lenovo, and there’s a QHD display.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 12/08/2021
Source: PC Mag EN→zh-CN
Adding an E Ink display on the back of a business laptop is a cool and potentially useful idea, but not an obvious one. Some use cases make little sense for most business customers, like employing the E Ink portion as a canvas for digital artwork. Others, such as Lenovo’s widget system, could end up being significant time and sanity savers for people who are managing lots of notifications while they’re in meetings. Overall, however, unless you're truly tickled by the concept, most business customers should stick with a more traditional ultraportable laptop like the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon or the Dell Latitude 7420.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 12/06/2021
Rating: Total score: 70%
Source: Laptop Mag EN→zh-CN
The Lenovo ThinkBook Plus G2 ($1,575.40) is stylish, innovative, and unique laptop designed to appeal to mobile professionals, students, and folks looking for a solid digital sketchpad or e-reader. And while the lid-mounted E-Ink display is a definite conversation starter, it’s a bonafide workhorse thanks to its Core i7 processor with integrated graphics and zippy SSD. It brings a useful new wrinkle to productivity and doesn’t make you pay extra for the pen. The ThinkBook Plus G2 does stumble in a few areas such as battery life and the main display that could stand to be more vivid and brighter. If you’re looking for a laptop with comparable performance with longer battery life and a better display, the Dell XPS 13 is available for only $1,146. However, you miss out on the E-Ink display and the pen. But if you’re looking to take your multitasking and productivity to the next level, you can’t do better than the Lenovo ThinkBook Plus G2 ITG.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 12/05/2021
Rating: Total score: 80%
Source: Digital Trends EN→zh-CN
If you’re an avid reader, as am I, e-ink is magic. You likely appreciate how e-ink makes reading more pleasant while producing far less eye fatigue and taking a minuscule toll on battery life. But is there an application beyond basic e-readers? Lenovo has been on the forefront of experimenting with e-ink, and it’s latest creation embeds a 12-inch e-ink display right on the lid of a laptop known as the ThinkBook Plus Gen 2. The laptop is an enhanced version of the thin and light ThinkBook 13x, a device aimed toward small businesses. I reviewed a high-end configuration of the ThinkBook Plus Gen 2 with a Core i7-1160G7 and a 13.3-inch 16:10 WQXGA (2,560 x 1,600) display that sells for a premium price of $1,696. Like the ThinkBook 13x, it’s a bit overpriced for a basic business laptop. The e-ink screen, though, might be worth the premium for anyone who wants to read e-books, write notes on a more comfortable display, or take lots of notes without the battery running down.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 11/19/2021
Rating: Total score: 70%
Source: Matthew Moniz
The Lenovo ThinkBook Plus Gen 2 is a laptop that uses two screens. One beautiful 16:10 QHD Display and the other one is an e-ink display that offers great battery life but makes it great to read stuff on! Watch for the full review.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 10/14/2021
Source: CNet EN→zh-CN
For AMD fans looking for a high-performance work laptop, Lenovo will also have the ThinkBook 14p and 16p out in the first quarter. Both models feature taller 16:10 displays, which means you have more vertical space to work. The 14p can be configured with a 14-inch 2.8K OLED while the 16p has a 16-inch 2560x1600-pixel IPS panel. They'll be precalibrated for color accuracy out of the box. They'll be using the latest AMD Ryzen processors and the 16p can be configured with next-gen Nvidia GeForce RTX mobile discrete graphics.
Single Review, online available, Short, Date: 01/12/2021
Intel Iris Xe G7 96EUs:
基于96个EU（执行单元/着色器集群）的新Gen.12体系结构的英特尔Tiger Lake G4 SoC内置显卡。 时钟速率因处理器型号而异。 Tiger Lake芯片采用英特尔10纳米以上的现代工艺生产。
基于Tiger Lake的低功耗四核处理器，适用于轻薄笔记本电脑。 4个核心时钟为1.2~4.4GHz。 内置GPU提供96个EU和400~1100MHz的时钟。英特尔以10nm以上的速度生产。
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1.16 kg: 这是10到11寸大尺寸平板电脑，小型亚笔记本，超极本和变形本的常见重量。
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