Summary: The Lenovo ThinkPad Helix is a radical new device that Lenovo hopes will be appealing to people looking for the portability and simplicity of a tablet, combined with the productive power and specs of an Ultrabook. And while the Helix is definitely something new and exciting, it just doesn't function quite as well as a traditional Ultrabook. At the end of the day, it's still just a supercharged tablet with a detachable keyboard dock.
Pros: Versatility and Portability:, Quality and Quantity of Control Options:, Long Battery Life:, Fast Start-Up:
Cons: Small Screen, High Resolution:, Unusually High Temperatures:, Limited I/O Ports:, Several Design Flaws:
Lenovo ThinkPad Helix: A Quirky But Quality Convertible Laptop Tablet
14 April 2014
Excerpt: The future of computing is in question. Smartphones and tablets are taking over. They’re thinner, lighter, cheaper, have longer battery life, and most importantly they’re simple . Bill Gates may have been a decade early with the tablet computer, but now there are suitable tablet computers without compromise. Well, not too much. The Lenovo ThinkPad Helix isn’t the first Windows 8 tablet computer, but it is one of the best.
Conclusion: It is easy to recommend the Lenovo ThinkPad Helix, a business-class device that offers the mobility of a tablet, the software support of a full-fledged Windows 8 computer, the battery and size benefits of an Ultrabook, and the style and reliability of the Lenovo brand. Highly Recommended.