Discussion in 'Lenovo (IBM)' started by Kumabjorn, Sep 2, 2018.
Here it is on a HP850G3
And that is a Cube Mix Plus
Nice photos, thanks. Why no "simulated" trackpad on the 930?
The mousepad pops out when you touch that small circle
Quick Writing test
That is one cool little quirk. Shows that the engineers had a productive Monday morning meeting.
Cool! I like how you can do a high contrast white keyboard on black screen. Didn't know you could do that. Thanks for sharing the photos!
Cool! Could you confirm this statement:
"You can use a Wacom stylus on both top and bottom displays, switching to a Lenovo-made note-taking app on the bottom."
...and also this statement from an early review:
"It’s now based on E Ink technology rather than Lenovo’s proprietary Create Pad with capacitive touch and EMR pen technology."
If both statements hold true, that means this has dual EMR digitizers in a slim chassis with Core i5-7Y54 and 400nit, 2560×1600 10.8" screen (85% sRGB). This could be this year's surprise unicorn!
I think TechRadar was saying the previous Yoga Book had EMR (which it does) Not that the C930 does. My understanding is both screens are AES.
I have the Cube Mix Plus which has EMR and the pens are not interchangeable.
But you can write on both panels.
Thanks for the photos.
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