Lenovo Adds Multitouch Features to Its ThinkPad X200, T400s Notebooks

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Lenovo Adds Multitouch Features to Its ThinkPad X200, T400s Notebooks

by Scott Ferguson

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The New and Improved ThinkPad T400s

The recently released Lenovo ThinkPad T400s now has a multitouch screen, and it supports the company's Simple Tap technology that lets users take advantage of new multitouch capabilities.

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The Simple Tap Tiles

A demonstration showing how the Lenovo Simple Tap tiles and touch technologies work together on the screen. The tiles can control physical aspects of the laptop such as shutting the audio off or turning it on.

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The Lenovo ThinkPad X200 Tablet

Lenovo has revamped its ThinkPad X200 tablet PC with a multitouch display and new anti-glare technology to make the machines more usable in the health care and government markets.

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The ThinkPad and Windows 7

While Lenovo and its display suppliers helped develop the multitouch screen technology, the laptop also takes advantage of some of the multitouch features found in the upcoming Windows 7 OS.

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The ThinkPad X200 Tablet and the T400s Laptop

A side-by-side comparison of Lenovo's two multitouch notebooks.

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The Cost

The multitouch ThinkPad X200 tablet will cost $1,654, while the T400s will cost $1,999.

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