First Multimode ThinkPad with Quadro graphics – the P40 Yoga
The P40 Yoga is part of a big push of penenabled ThinkPads. As with all the other penenabled Skylake ThinkPads, it utilizes a Wacom digitizer pen, that is based on Wacoms Active Pen technology (Wacom AES, Active Electrostatical Solution). You might be familiar with older ThinkPad penenabled devices and notice that these always used Wacoms EMR technique (EMR means Electromagnetic Resonance). In simple fact, this technologies was used on ThinkPad X-Series tablets since 2005, since X41 Tablet, the 1st modern ThinkPad Tablet device. What are the advantages and disadvantages of EMR vs. AES?
EMR Pens don′t need batteries, AES pens do
With AES, you may build a thinner display
AES is more accurate on the edge of the display
AES is cheaper and provides the equipment with a slightly longer battery life
The pen has 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity, and Lenovo advised us the worked with Wacom to perfect accuracy and the pen performance in general. With the strength of the pen and the Quadro M500M GPU
Screen wise, this is an all IPS machine. Buyers have the choice of either a 14″ 1920×1080 (FHD) screen, or a 14″ 2560×1440 (2K) screen.