Lenovo Thinkpad With New Multitouch And Windows 7

Valid until 31 January 2015 (unless noted)
Lenovo launches the latest tablet PC in ThinkPad series by releasing Thinkpad multitouch screen, ThinkPad X200 tablet PC and the ThinkPad T400s laptop, specially designed to let users more easily interact with devices more intuitive. These devices allow multi-touch input and can make all the work go together. Both offer Windows 7 as its operating system. With the new multitouch features, new Thinkpad T400s and X200 offer greater functionality and gesture-based input or gestures such as 'pinch' to zoom in or zoom out on the screen.

Lenovo ThinkPad X200 tablet pc and T400s laptop with multitouch simpletap

Optional Multitouch screen on ThinkPad X200, previously had supported one touch finger, but now users can use the touch of two fingers to perform various movements, including pinching, zooming, tapping and flicking on the documents, web pages and photographs, as a replacement mouse. Overall, Lenovo's latest model is intentionally designed to minimize the need for physical control by providing easy access to hardware functions.

While Thinkpad T400s laptops can now operate four fingers on the multitouch screen laptop. This is not only replace the role of the mouse but also change the way they work. Now they can use four fingers for varying the shape of the object, move the picture with two hands and even using someone else's hand touch the screen to work together simultaneously.

ThinkPad X200 and T400s will be available starting on next October 22, 2009. Lenovo ThinkPad T400s laptop priced around 1.770 euros while the Lenovo ThinkPad X200 tablet pc priced at around 1.570 euros.
Lenovo also introduced the SimpleTap, a ThinkVantage Technology, which allows users to use the touch screen without interruption by way of providing hardware-based functions, so more accessible through the touch input.

To use SimpleTap, users only need to "double tap" on the screen to run the application.

On the surface of the screen will open grid composed of square tiles (transparent and colorful) inspired by 15 classic puzzle. With the grid, the user can select multiple hardware-based functions including turn on and off the wireless radio, ThinkLight, microphones, web cameras, mute the sound, adjust the volume or the sharpness of the screen, lock the screen or set the PC into sleep mode.

To exit the SimpleTap, the user simply do 1 x tap on any screen area to close the grid and continue working. Just as a quick access interface, allowing users to start SimpleTap, run a function and exit quickly.

Designed to be customized very easily, every individual can make their own tiles to increase the productivity of each individual. For example, a sales professional in the field can create a tile that launched a sales presentation with just tapped a finger. A health care professionals can also create a tile that can display the patient's medical information quickly. A consumer can quickly access their favorite websites. Users can arrange any tile of their choice by simply dragging and group them together. And these tiles can be distributed around the screen.


cheap computers said...

It sounds great that these devices allow multi-touch input and can make all the work go together.

HeWie said...

nice..i want one!:)]

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I wish my Lenovo Thinkpad is as badass as this one. Maybe that'll get rid of the pain in my hands and arms from all the mouse movement. :))
Thanks for sharing the info.

Kenali dan Kunjung Objek Wisata di Pandeglang said...

hmmmm nice laptop mas

Lala said...

Hhmmmm nice stuff :)

kenali dan kunjungi objek wisata di pandeglang said...

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