Lenovo is currently offering its ThinkPad TrackPoint Keyboard II for $77.39 shipped when code ACCEXTRA10 has been applied at checkout. Down from $100, today’s offer saves you over 22%, marks one of the first price cuts we’ve seen, and is a new all-time low. Lenovo’s ThinkPad Keyboard II brings the iconic TrackPoint mouse alternative to the desktop in a wireless form-factor that can connect to your machine over Bluetooth or a USB dongle. There’s also integrated mouse buttons for an all-in-one form-factor. Other notable features here include USB-C charging with 2-month battery life, programmable hot keys, and more. Over 255 customers have left a 4.5/5 star rating and you can get a closer look in our announcement coverage. Head below for more from $18.
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ThinkPad TrackPoint II Keyboard features:
The ThinkPad TrackPoint II Keyboard translates the ThinkPad notebook’s iconic typing experience into a stand-alone device. True to form, it features the same dish-shaped ergonomic keycaps for comfort, as well as an integrated TrackPoint for easy navigation in tight spaces without a mouse. It’s versatile and reliable Bluetooth or Wireless Nano USB Dongle allows up to 2 devices to connect, and supports both Android and Windows.
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