Lenovo Distributes Two New Multi-Touch Computers

World's fourth largest computer maker Lenovo unveils new application called SimpleTap as it started to distribute two new multi-touch device called ThinkPad X200 and ThinkPad T400.

The application, according to Lenovo, will give the two new portable devices its maximum capability by allowing users use their fingers to navigate their documents and the Internet.

Lenovo, the world’s fourth largest computer manufacturer, has started distribution of two new multi-touch computers called ThinkPad X200 Tablet and ThinkPad T400 Notebook, which is specifically designed for corporate users.

In a statement, Lenovo Vice President David Hill also revealed that new application used in the two new designs of portable touch-screen devices called SimpleTap, a simple touch solution for all users in the enterprise world.

“With the SimpleTap application will allow users of the ThinkPad tablet to use two-finger touches to create a variety of options like zooming, fanning, pinching, and tapping,” Hill said in the statement.

The one-touch response can also be enjoyed by the corporate users with just a simple tap of the touch-screen interface. User can now flick their way into their photos, movies, documents, and even webpages with just one finger.

Hill said that the ThinkPad X200 and T400 are perfect tools for professionals who are working on an important presentation and even an engineer or architect that wants to edit their design while in the field.

Users can easily move images or manipulate various objects in their screen with the use of their fingers.

Lenovo said that they are investing heavily on these features, which they believe is the way of the future in computer designs.


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