[CES 2013] Lenovo does not only make great business machines, they have also branched out to deliver mobile touchscreen displays. Case in point, the Lenovo ThinkVision Mobile Touch that has arrived at CES 2013, where it is touted to be the first and slimmest touch mobile monitor from Lenovo. Forget about seeing this as a secondary display, the ThinkVision Mobile Touch is much more than that, boasting a 10-point touch digitizer pen and wireless connectivity, delivering the full Windows 8 touch and writing experience to those who tend to live out of a suitcase.
Measuring just 7.2mm at its thinnest point and tipping the scales at just 1.6lbs, you know for sure that the ThinkVision Mobile Touch is one svelte and highly portable device. It carries a 13.3″ backlit display at 1600 x 900 resolution, and has a 256-degree pressure digitizer pen to accompany it. 3-year warranty adds to overall peace of mind, in addition to Gorilla Glass for that added degree of protection.
The battery is said to last for up to four hours on a single charge, and you can also use this as a mobile Internet kiosk by hooking it up to a nearby WiFi network. A single USB 3.0 port adds to its expansion options, but that is not much. Will the ThinkVision Mobile Touch be able to find a niche for itself in the mass market? We sure hope so.
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