Some customers who purchased this laptop wrote that it was lightweight. Thinker wrote on Amazon “For a lightweight, powerful laptop the keyboard is sturdy”. Thinker also mentioned “Apparently well tested for sturdiness) gives good peace of mind along with being very lightweight”. Expert review site Cnet.com mentioned “It was a premium product, very lightweight for a 14-inch laptop, with a carbon fiber body”.
Several customers wrote in their reviews that the Lenovo X1 Carbon was thin. Pc Mag wrote in their review “It's slim, has a lovely carbon fiber construction” . Notebookcheck.net scored it 4 stars and said in their review of the Lenovo X1 Carbon three years ago “The perfect plaything for the CEO? Light and slim, equipped with excellent ThinkPad input devices”. Notebookcheck.net also said “The competition has failed to release an equal, mobile slim device to date”.
A few people said in their reviews that the product was compact. Kiril Georgiev gave it a rating of 80 out of 100 and said “I like how compact and small the X1 Carbon v3 is” in their review. Two years ago Thinker said “I nearly always plug in a mouse! Connections are fine, for such a compact design.”.
One person considered that this laptop was a good weight. A few weeks ago expert website Slashgear.com wrote “A lighter weight”. One Lenovo X1 Carbon owner said in their reviews that the product was heavy and bulky. In December this year Slashgear.com said “Not good for bulky items” in their Lenovo X1 Carbon review.
One Lenovo X1 Carbon owner who reviewed the product concluded that it was thick. Slashgear.com said this month “GPU throttling under maximum load, short battery runtimes, only one M.2 slot, base unit is pretty thick” in their review of this laptop.