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I've finally gotten around to taking photos of my laptop...
It's got a pen, housed in the side. Contacts charge it whenever it's docked, so I don't have to worry about replacing batteries.
It folds all the way around. After all, it is named a "Yoga". Writing on the screen is very good. It's fairly responsive, nice feel.
While it's a Yoga, it's also a Thinkpad, as evidenced by the nice Thinkpad logo.
In addition, I can tell it's a Thinkpad by the piece of evidence that is the Trackpoint. I don't use it often, but I kinda like it there.
IO wise, not too shabby. On the left: USB C (non Thunderbolt unfortunately), USB C with Thinkpad dock connector (the dock connector supports Ethernet), USB A, and 3.5mm jack. On the right: power button, micro SD, USB A, full size HDMI, and Kensington lock. The only real downside would be a lack of Thunderbolt, but with all the other IO, I don't really feel a need for it. Plus, it has Intel's Wi-Fi 6 AX201 2x2 AX inside, so I get nearly 600 Mb/s on WiFi.
And lastly, what may be my favorite photo. This photo of a current laptop was taken on a DSLR from about 2005, on a lens from (likely) the '70s. I don't know the details of this lens, but it was my Grandpa's lens from his film SLR. Anyway, for me it sort of spans time in a way most photos don't.
Nice laptop you got there. I've always been a fan of Thinkpads in particular since we used them a lot in school. I too am gonna get a brand new Laptop soon, it's the XMG Schenker Core 15 AMD with a 4800H, RTX 2060 Refresh, 16GB of Crucial 3200MHz RAM, 2TB Seagate FireCuda 520 SSD and 144Hz IPS 15.5" Display.