Lenovo T460s Review. Should you buy it?
The Lenovo T460s is a low cost business laptop that costs around $1,000. The T460s model is the slim version of its older T460 counterpart. The laptop has a tapered design that gives it a more modern feel. The left side of the laptop is sporting the power connector, one USB 3.0 port, one headphone jack, and an SD card reader. On the right side of the laptop it has a smart card reader, two USB 3.0 ports, mini-Displayport, HDMI port, Ethernet jack, a sim card slot, and a kensington lock slot. The laptop is not user friendly for servicing the laptop requiring removal of five screws to remove the bottom cover. The illuminated keyboard is good which is what you would expect from Lenovo. The track pad is good and supports both clicking it and touch, however I found that the clicking sound for the trackpad is a bit too loud. The display has a 1080p screen that is not the best screen and it has poor color reproduction, but should meet most business needs. I did experience some faint vertical lines at times when first opening the laptop after it being off, however this seemed to go away after using it for a while. The interesting this about this laptop is that it has two batteries. Lenovo has opted to use an M.2 SATA drive instead of the traditional 2.5″ drive. The sound is not very good as it comes from the bottom of the laptop and sounds muffled with a lot of bass. The overall build quality is not as good as something like the Lenovo X1 Carbon. My recommendation is that you spend a little more money and purchase the Lenovo X1 Carbon instead which is a much better laptop in my opinion.