Lenovo Incorporating Precision Windows Trackpads In Its ThinkPads

Introducing brand new processors, better trackpads and salient other improved features, Lenovo is all set to release its updated ThinkPad laptops in the coming year. These new specifications have removed many of the weak points in the previous models and versions. Particularly the TrackPad and the Precision Touchpad are the main focus of Lenovo at the moment for the new specifications.

Newly designed Intel's Core processors and support for Windows Hello are being added to the revised versions. To cater to customer specific needs such as those in Europe, Lenovo has included facial recognition system which makes use of the infrared camera as well as the biometric matching system using the fingerprint scanning technology, both of which will contribute to greater security for the models.

According to The Verge, improved line of ThinkPads features X270 with a larger flashy screen and touch display menu, Yoga 370 with a high-definition display and the ability to bend, Ultrabook models which can be customized according to various choices, L laptops which come in two different screen sizes, the lesser costly ThinkPad 13 designed particularly for students and owners of small businesses and a plethora of new supporting docks.

A stylish new addition is the introduction of silver laptops besides the black ones. Boasting the world's largest shipment network of personal computers, Lenovo prides itself in its ThinkPad line which dates back to 2004. Despite this great business, it has seen a slight decrease in its sales recently.

Now that it has made the announcement just before the CES 2017 in Las Vegas, it is very likely that the company would showcase its brand new and improved line of ThinkPad laptops and tablets there. According to International Business Times, an increase in its customers is also predicted since the ThinkPad line is Lenovo's greatest investment of all time.

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