07-09-2010 03:39 AM
Did you get a chance to try the multitouch outdoors? I'm thinking of getting an X201T for indoor programming, and sofa/garden reading. Multitouch sounds ideal for web browsing on the sofa, but the low brightness of the screen makes me think that it won't be much good for reading outside in the sun.
07-19-2010 08:00 AM
I too bought a MT screen. I do have a question though. How bright is the screen when viewing it at different angels? Is it at a medium setting or the brightest? Also, what angles are you guys loosing visibility? 90 degrees? 45 degrees? One last question, if viewing on a desk when writing notes is difficult (purchased x201 tablet for grad school) is there a kickstand to help with the viewing angle while on a desk?
08-14-2010 01:23 AM
08-19-2010 06:46 AM
I wanted simply to know is the x201T with the superbright (outdoor) screen is single touch?
Can I poke with one finger, or turn/scroll pages with Acrobat reader (for exemple) with one finger, or do I need the pen for that?
Thank you in adance
08-27-2010 12:02 PM
I'd like to know the answer to that question also please. Its not obvious from the lenovo website thats for sure.
Does the superbright screen support finger touching or is it only with the stylus?
08-27-2010 01:59 PM
Hi dupain and NeilMcRae, and welcome to the Lenovo User Community!
No touch on the Superbright, pen only.
Here's a very good review video by MobileTechReview. Check around 5m40s in if you don't have time to watch the whole thing:
09-14-2010 02:36 AM
I have had an x200 for about a year and a half before i ventured out to get the new x201t w/ MT (i7-640 LM).
First impressions - I found the x201t w/ MT to be a bit bulky as compared to x200, and the battery life sucked as well.
Having said this, the MT offers a nice novelty, and the screen is not all that bad; could be because I have a privacy screen on my x200, and that reduces the visibility anyways.
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