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    Default Re: Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Tablet PC Review

    In the new HP 2730p topic i heard that, the touch screen is not the best way to take notes with pen. Active digitizer had been better than touchscreen? What is the better choice to take notes with pen, active digitizer or touchscreen? I let out the SXGA+ screen, because its too small resolution to me.

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    Default Re: Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Tablet PC Review

    active digitizer is best for notes in every situation, other than that the capacitive digitizer found on the Dell Latitude XT


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    Hmm, ok but X61 Tablet touchscreen are two way to control the screen. You can chooce wacom(active digitizer) or touchscreen, also like the screen what has only wacom support, then what is the difference?
    Is it multitouch mean that you can use touchscreen and active digitizer? In that way is the multitouch the best way. SXGA is not an option, I compare superwide angle xga and multitouch xga screens there.
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    Default Re: Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Tablet PC Review

    Hi tonn,

    The X61t has the following models:

    X61t Active Only XGA
    X61t Active Only SXGA+
    X61t MultiTouch (Active + Touchscreen) (XGA Only)

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    Yes, with a multitouch model you get both an active digitizer and the touchscreen. However, you can't use both at once -- it's either one or the other -- depending on whether the pen is near the display or not.

    There's an old InkShow over at GBM with Dennis Rice that demonstrates that the pen takes precedence over touch when both the pen and a finger are on the display.
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    Default Re: Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Tablet PC Review

    yeah, i have saw it, but in that inkshow was x60, but this is almost same as x61. But i didnt understand of that, when i writing with a pen and i have my arm or hand on the touchpanel, like i do normally writing in the paper, then does not that discommode writing with a pen?

    Edit: If to compare inking, is it x61 tablet multitouch screen same good, as a Hp 2710p?
    Last edited by tonn; 10-03-2008 at 06:57 AM.

 

 

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