Lenovo adopts Wacom’s pen technology
December 3, 2015 (Barcelona, Spain) – Wacom Co., Ltd, announced that Lenovo has adopted Wacom’s unique “Active ES” pen technology, a capacitive pen solution for their new creative mobile workstation, the ThinkPad P40 Yoga.
Offering ISV-certified, excellent workstation performance, the ThinkPad P40 YOGA guarantees premium digital sketching capability powered by Wacom’s Active ES solution. With 2,048 levels of pressure sensitivity it lets users unleash their creativity to the maximum extent.
As the industry’s first ever multimode mobile workstation, the ThinkPad P40 YOGA offers the versatility to work across four modes: laptop, stand, tent and tablet. The new Lenovo gives professionals 360 degrees of flexibility to go through their creative processes anytime, anywhere and leverages the superb sketching capabilities and the high-resolution (2560 x 1440) IPS display.
Wacom’s Active ES pen solution handles high performance pen and multi finger touch inputs simultaneously with a single sensor and a single ASIC controller. It provides a responsive, natural and intuitive writing and drawing experience, accurately reproducing intricate details as well as closely tracing hand-drawn sketches and memos.
By promoting the adoption of Active ES technologies in a variety of mobile devices, Wacom partners with industry leaders, such as Lenovo, to make the world a more creative place with its digital pen sensor systems.