Lenovo has just announced its first laptop with a touchscreen.
The ThinkPad X240t.
Lenovo says the laptop has an “unrivaled” IPS display, a fingerprint sensor, a USB Type-C port, a wireless keyboard, and a built-in webcam.
The company says it’s the first laptop to feature a touchscreen, and it’s made using “a cutting-edge, open platform that offers an unmatched level of customization and design.”
The ThinkPads first two generations of laptops are based on Intel’s Core M architecture, which is the same technology found in the X220, X240, X300, and X350.
However, the new ThinkPad X240ti is the first ThinkPad to feature Intel’s new Skylake processor, which comes with a 13-inch screen, a 15-inch display, and an Intel Iris Pro Graphics.
It also includes the new NVIDIA GeForce 9400M graphics.
The laptop also includes a fingerprint scanner, a keyboard with customizable key sizes, and two USB Type C ports.
It supports 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.1.
There’s also a built in webcam and an integrated webcam that can be mounted on the laptop’s back.
Lenovo’s laptop ships with a base price of $1,299.
The specs and release date for the ThinkPad T240t aren’t available at this time.