05-24-2015 02:23 AM - edited 05-25-2015 12:49 AM
I am looking forward to buy this beauty here: http://shopap.lenovo.com/au/en/laptops/thinkpad/yoga-series/yoga-14/ it's the second one with the 256 GB ssd and i7.
I already asked this question to the Facebook Page of Lenovo Australia and New Zealand, but the guys there didn't get it.
Does this particular laptop come with a wacom digitizer? So could I use, let's say, a wacom intuos pen to draw, make sketches and write notes?
I asked the guys on Facebook if the laptop comes with an active digitizer layer, but all they answered was "it doesn't come with an active pen". They didn't answer on my second question whether or not if it comes at least with a wacom digitizer. That's why I signed up here
Thanks for your help!
05-26-2015 06:20 AM
Ah, another lost soul searching for the legendary Active Pen.
Let me start out by saying what many others like you and me have realised long before. Lenovo's information policy regarding the Active Pens has been completely, absolutely horrible. Most customer reps have no information what so ever and those who do are usually wrong. These pens have been "almost ready" for the market for almost half a year now.
I only know this much:
05-27-2015 02:59 AM
05-27-2015 05:43 AM
Yes I've also heard a few things like that since the beginning of the week but didn't take them too seriously at first. It seems to be only available in the official stores of some countries. Finally some movement. I wonder if the displayed shipping time of 6 days is reliable.
If you decide to buy it, I and probably a lot of other people would be grateful for an update.
05-28-2015 07:41 PM
05-28-2015 07:54 PM
Hi Lienchen, Thanks for the update, please let us know.
If you look on this manual from page 23-25. It explains the active pen.
How much did it cost you? $2000?
I'm about to make decision just waiting some discount offer to pop up, cashrewards had an 10% cashback for it but i missed it.
It's currently not discounted for education store either, X1C is cheaper than TPY14
05-28-2015 08:36 PM
05-28-2015 08:56 PM
I tried to choose the low spec and use option to spec up
exactly same like the i7 model, $15 cheaper
from this article it says not much noticiable difference between the i5 and i7
I think this one suits me the best,256GB is not enough for me anyway. I'm going to upgrade to m.2 + hdd like other country's TPY14 configuration.