thinkpad

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thinkpad®

(ˈθiŋkpad) noun
a portable computer.
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The look and feel is unequivocally thinkpad as well, with a black color scheme throughout and the usual thinkpad keyboard- complete with the iconic red trackpoint nubbin in the center - utilized on the detachable keyboard cover.
Also, the red trackpoint is a delight to use every time.
The position of the HOV was tracked from the support vessel with WinFrog integrated navigation software (Fugro Pelagos, San Diego, CA) and an ORE Trackpoint II ultra-short baseline (USBL) acoustic tracking system (EdgeTech, West Wareham, MA).
In addition, the full size ThinkPad keyboard with the iconic TrackPoint has three adjustable typing angles and recreates the classic ThinkPad keystroke feel.
TrackPoint Systems announced the successful merging of its software with McLeod Software.
To curb the repair cost for the schools due to such mischievousness, Lenovo got rid of the TrackPoint on the latest ThinkPad 11e.
The buttonless touchpad below the keyboard is also fantastic, as is the so-called TrackPoint mouse ball in the centre of the keyboard.
Using GPS, Waypoints can be set and navigated to later, Trackpoint breadcrumb trails can be recorded as operators walk the line, and more.
You can plug in the optional Key-board Folio Case with optical TrackPoint for more convenient typing and mouse control, and there's an optional digitizer that will let you take handwritten notes.
Code Violation Services will analyze and identify unrecorded, municipal code violations on defaulted property managed through TrackPoint, saving TrackPoint users costly fines from unresolved violations and reducing the timelines for the sale of REOs and other distressed property.
The Trackpoint pointing stick on the original IBM ThinkPad laptops depended on a predictive model of human cognitive and physiological capabilities to improve its ability to make precise GUI selections.
lt;p>"The TrackPoint has a lot more precision, and you don't have to move your hands off the keyboard," he said.