Keyboard lovers on the ThinkPad line can use this accessory to experience it on their computers.
According to Android Authority, Lenovo recently launched TrackPoint Keyboard II, a wireless keyboard model with an identical design to the keyboards on its ThinkPad lines for $ 99 USD.
Compared to the previous generation, TrackPoint Keyboard II has some upgrades such as adding a USB-C charging port, supporting connecting non-Bluetooth devices using the receiver with the ability to connect, quickly switch between the two devices. same time. Of course, users can still use this keyboard with Bluetooth enabled devices as usual.
The design of the new keyboard is also slightly tweaked, looks quite similar to the keyboard of the ThinkPad X1. In addition, features such as ergonomic shape and TrackPoint mouse control remain the same with longer battery life than the previous one, about 2 months for each charge instead of 1 month.
However, the new keyboard still only supports Windows and Android, no iOS. Below the keyboard are two left and right mouse buttons, the underside of the base opens to create an inclination for better typing.