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PostPosted: Fri May 18, 2012 6:57 am 

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Hey there,

I am owner of a old Thinkpad X32 which I love or used to love, since it's almost dead and pretty unusable. I am currently using a Macbook Pro, but since I perform music, I thought about getting one of the X6 series tablets to use for live play.

What I want to do is use Ableton Live ( with the X6x Tablet to trigger clips with my fingers. I am not too sure though if those slightly older tablets are made for this kind of stuff - that is controlling them with fingers instead of touchpens.

So I guess my question is how precise the X6x tablet touchscreens are when used with one fingers and if they maybe even support stuff like multitouch and what not.


PostPosted: Fri May 18, 2012 7:46 am 
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Only certain models of X6x tablets support finger touch. Lenovo calls them "multitouch", but they only support one finger touch. Other models support the digitizer pen only and not fingers.

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