Fourteen people who purchased it reckoned that it was a good design. Hardwaregeeks.com said in their review of this laptops “I feel that way about the Edge 420s because of its stellar design, amazing power”. Laptopmag.com and mentioned in their review of the Lenovo x1 “A sleek design, great sound”. Expert review site Wired.com wrote “The truth of the matter is that Lenovo has been experimenting with design, including machines that come in various colors (besides black, I mean)” in their review and gave it a score of 4 stars.
Some people who bought it said that it was good looking. Maximumpc.com mentioned “Found that, while it offered an exceedingly svelte and fashionable form factor, there was a performance trade-off to all that stylishness”. expert review site Asia.cnet.com scored the product 4 stars and said “To be thin, in the world of laptops, is to be beautiful” in their review of the Lenovo x1. Cnet.com.au wrote on expert review site CNET.com.au “The X1 Carbon is a slim, strong and sexy ultrabook” in their review of the Lenovo x1.
One person who reviewed the Lenovo x1 reckoned that it was ergonomic. Engadget.com scored it 4 stars and mentioned five years ago “Durable as it is ergonomically sound”.
One Lenovo x1 owner who bought this laptops thought it was smooth. Hexus.net wrote on expert website HEXUS.net “Everything from its ultra-thin magnesium-alloy frame to its smooth rubberised shell” in their review of this laptops.
One Lenovo x1 owner who reviewed the product concluded that it had a good case. Boris mentioned in his Lenovo x1 review on Amazon in September this year “Good - light weight, portable, long battery life, good display, quick processing, nice features and durable casing”.