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Lenovo Launches the Thinkpad Wireless Trackpoint Keyboard

Lenovo has launched its latest wireless keyboard, the Thinkpad Wireless Trackpoint which features a slim design, 89 “scissor lift” keys and the signature Trackpoint pointing device that is advertised to eliminate the need for a mouse.

The keyboard includes a built-in rechargeable battery that is rated for 30 days of usage, Bluetooth connectivity (maximum of 10 m distance), support for NFC pairing and a bundled 1.5 m Micro-USB charging cable.

The Thinkpad Wireless Trackpoint keyboard will initially go on sale in Japan for ¥13,041 ($133).

  • Estix
    Finally, clitmouse on the desktop :D
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  • joytech22
    Woohoo! I like this idea. :3 Makes controlling the cursor in the car so much easier and will certainly help with the in-car entertainment system I've built.
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  • s3anister
    11077199 said:
    Woohoo! I like this idea. :3 Makes controlling the cursor in the car so much easier and will certainly help with the in-car entertainment system I've built.

    This might be one of the more concerning things I've ever read...
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  • gadgety
    Thank you Lenovo. I'm getting one.
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  • jimmyjohnz
    Cool product, but kinda disappointing that it'll be rubber dome and not mechanical at that price.
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  • Old_Fogie_Late_Bloomer
    I like Lenovo, and I'm happy to have this keyboard on my laptop, but...first of all, this is not the first "clitmouse" on the desktop by a long shot:

    http://pckeyboard.com/page/category/EnduraPro

    I'm not bagging on this board, but for a desktop keyboard, and at that price, I'd far rather have a full keyboard with mechanical switches (not necessarily the EnduraPro, but WASD keyboards can be had for around that price).
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  • feldy
    Spacing between the F-keys and proper layout for the navigation keys I consider important and I don't see enough reason why those things should be removed.
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