The ThinkPad X12 LTE also features 8 GB of RAM and a 256 GB M.2 SSD. The RAM is well sized. Those who frequently open and edit large Excel sheets or PowerPoint will find that most of them can be loaded directly into memory. However, the SSD is a bit tight. Windows 10 and your applications can already ensure that the storage space here quickly becomes scarce. So if you intend to use the Lenovo ThinkPad X12 LTE intensively as a work device, you should buy the 512 GB or 1 TB variant.
Lenovo equips its ThinkPad X12 LTE with two webcams. The camera on the front has a resolution of 5 megapixels, its counterpart on the back has a resolution of 8 megapixels. The video resolution is the same for both cameras: They film in full HD resolution (1,920 x 1,080 pixels). If you take part in teams or Skype meetings more often, you will be happy about the integrated microphone. If that’s not enough, you can connect a headset with a jack plug via the combined headphone and microphone jack.
Thanks to Bluetooth 5.2, accessories and audio devices can be quickly connected to the 2-in-1. WiFi 6 (formerly 802.11ax) is available to connect the notebook to the home network.
The whole thing is completed by a fingerprint sensor, a microSD card reader and two speakers that are Dolby certified. The only point of criticism is the economical USB port equipment. There are only two USB-C ports here, both of which have a DisplayPort function, but only one of them also supports Thunderbolt 4.
We think it’s nice that a digital pen is also included in the scope of delivery. However, it cannot be stowed in the housing. That’s why Lenovo added a loop to the case that you can use to secure it. To use the Digi-Pen, you need AAA batteries or the corresponding rechargeable batteries. With a little practice, the 2-in-1 notebook can be operated quickly and easily using the stylus. Users who also have to make sketches or drafts for work will be happy about this feature.