It's extremely choppy even at the lowest graphical settings, and we had to run the benchmark in DirectX 11 because it kept crashing on DirectX 12.
On the bright side, it doesn't get too hot or throttle under load, and its internals are easy to access should you want to upgrade the memory or storage.
It also has better-sounding speakers and a significantly better webcam.
We expect the same result on the Intel Core i5-1035G1 models.
It has a thin and light design that makes it easy to carry around for business trips.
Its Intel 10th Gen processor and integrated graphics can handle most student workloads like text formatting and web browsing, but they aren't powerful enough for demanding tasks like 3D rendering.
Also, its keyboard provides a better typing experience, its touchpad is more responsive, and its webcam captures a better image for video calls.
The microphone sounds loud and clear, although voices sound a little nasal, and there's some static in the background.