Last updated on December 8th, 2022 at 02:14 pm
It costs 100 dollars
Many modern buyers of Lenovo ThinkPad laptops probably don’t know that this brand was created by IBM and has long been associated with this company.
Fortunately, after Lenovo acquired the rights to the brand, and this happened 15 years ago, she tried to preserve the distinctive features of ThinkPad laptops as much as possible.
One of them is a keyboard with a proprietary red TrackPoint and no less proprietary buttons above the touchpad. And today, Lenovo has released a separate ThinkPad TrackPoint Keyboard II keyboard for those that are at least outwardly identical to the ThinkPad laptop keyboard.
This is a wireless model with declared autonomy up to two months and support for fast charging. To connect, you can use Bluetooth or the included Wireless Nano USB Dongle adapter, which allows you to connect the keyboard to two devices simultaneously, including one running on Android. At the same time, it can also be connected via cable. Lenovo announces 10 million keystroke key life.
The dimensions of the device are 305.5 x 164 x 13.7 mm with a mass of 490 g. The price of the new item is $ 100.