The ThinkPad T470s has a 14-inch touchscreen. This laptop’s screen has outstanding picture quality (1080p), and therefore should be very good for entertainment. 16:9 is the most widely used aspect ratio. This means that for every 16 pixels of width, it has 9 pixels of height. You can calculate this ratio by looking at the 1920 x 1080 resolution.
This laptop is ideal for travel compared to other laptops with displays in the 13-14 inch range, as it is thin and low-weight. The laptop has dimensions of 13.03 x 8.92 x 0.74 cm. The ThinkPad T470s weighs of 2.9 pounds. When compared to other 2-in-1 laptops it’s slightly lighter than the average of 3.08 pounds.
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Lenovo ThinkPad T470s does not have the service cover to access the upgradeable parts. If you want to upgrade the memory and SSD, you need to remove the entire back cover.
The whole bottom panel of the ThinkPad T470 is very easy to remove. You just have to loosen five screws, and there are no annoying plastic clips.
Under the back cover, we can see the batteries, WWAN module, Wi-Fi module, SSD, cooling fan and heat sink.
The laptop comes with an 8GB DDR4-2400 MHz RAM onboard, and also has a spare RAM lost, you can add an 8GB or 16GB RAM, the laptop support up to 24GB RAM.
The WWAN module beside the Wi-Fi card, it is covering by black tape. The 512GB M.2 2280 PCIex4 SSD comes from Toshiba, and you can use the full potential of fast NVMe drives.