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    Take last year's popular ThinkVision M14, add a touchscreen and pen, and you get the super handy ThinkVision M14t.
    In late-2019, I reviewed the Lenovo M14, a 14-inch portable full HD matte display. I gave it a five out of five after ticking all the right boxes, including being extremely light, excellent color accuracy, having a riser for height adjust, and a neat carrying bag.
    That display is still available for around $250, making it an excellent option for those who need more screen real estate. But what if you wanted the same display but with a glossy screen, touch, and even support for inking?
    The new Lenovo M14t is that device, and it even includes a pen in the box, letting you ink in Windows or Android. Here is what you need to know about it.

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    10-22-2020 12:11 PM

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