As promised here’s two videos from Xavier demoing the multi-touch capabilities on the Lenovo T400s and the X200 Tablet. (cross posted from our sister site, Notebooks.com.)
Lenovo’s now offering multi-touch displays on the ThinkPad T400s and X200t tablet. Multitouch displays allow users to manipulate maps, multiple items and 3D objects.
(videos and more after the jump)
The X200t can recognize two fingers at a time and the T400s can recognize four fingers at a time.
The touch-enabled ThinkPads will ship with Simple Tap, an application that allows users to change screen brightness, volume and other settings with their fingers.
The ThinkPad T400s is a 14Ã¢â‚¬Â³ thin-and-light notebook. It’s highly unusually to find a touchscreen display on a clam shell style notebook, but I expect this feature to become common since Microsoft is supporting multitouch in Windows 7.
Here’s a quick look at the ThinkPad T400s and ThinkPad X200t with multitouch displays.
Here’s a quick video intro to Simple Tap:
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