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Living with the Lenovo ThinkPad X13s

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One of the more interesting—and more curious—laptops I've tried in a while is the Lenovo ThinkPad X13s, one of the few ARM-based Windows systems on the market.

The machine is designed to provide the laptop features we expect with the advantages we expect from phones, such as better battery life and instant on.

It does have some nice features, and is a definite improvement from last year's ThinkPad Flex 5G, but I'm still not convinced that Windows on ARM is ready.

The machine looks like an ultraportable ThinkPad, with a 13.3-inch display, black matte color, magnesium cover, and the familiar red pointing stick in the middle of the keyboard.

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