The Lenovo ThinkPad TrackPoint Keyboard II is very similar to the keyboard on a regular Lenovo laptop, but critics were quite impressed with its compatibility with multiple devices. During their tests, reviewers from Tom’s Hardware were able to connect it to a Raspberry Pi, a PC, a TV as well as Android devices.
The keyboard also had testers quite impressed with its TrackPoint, as they found that it was convenient to use during navigation. It has Bluetooth connectivity just like the iClever KK08 – which we covered in our iClever Tri Folding Keyboard BK08 review – and, as reviewers from Rtings found out during their experiments, it is quiet enough not to bother anyone around in a quiet environment.
Critics were not very impressed with its lack of backlighting, as this made the Logitech MX Keys Mini (as you’ll see in our Logitech MX Keys Mini review) seem like a better alternative for use in low lighting conditions. They also didn’t appreciate its limited programmability, as only the F12 key can be programmed.