The ThinkPad mouse nub — i.e., the TrackPoint — is a arguable piece of era. People are inclined to either despise the red dot-shaped exchange for an actual mouse, or adore it because the single absolute best mouse resolution around. For those within the 2nd camp is Lenovo’s new $NINETY NINE ThinkPad TrackPoint Keyboard II, an up to date model of its antique wireless keyboard that allows you to use that excellent TrackPoint nub UI with your desktop laptop.
The TrackPoint II — which was introduced at CES, but is going on sale nowadays — is beautiful similar to the old ThinkPad Compact Bluetooth Keyboard with TrackPoint style, albeit with a new design that’s according to the extra up to date ThinkPad X1’s keyboard layout and format.
Not Like the antique style, although, the TrackPoint II most effective gives wi-fi connectivity, both thru Bluetooth or an integrated USB dongle (even though it helps each Windows and Android). The business-off for stressed out connectivity is a switch over to USB-C for charging, instead of Micro USB, which looks like a worthwhile swap.
The ThinkPad TrackPoint II is offered as of late from Lenovo’s on-line store.