Too many of the convertible tablets out these days look funny. Many of them seem to use an assortment of gimmicks two showcase the the ability to switch back and forth between tablet and ultrabook models. Lenovo’s Thinkpad Helix does not do this. It’s design is pretty straight forward. Use the tablet in slate mode without worrying about other components. When the time comes to compute in laptop mode, simply attach a dockable keyboard. No twisting, turning, or flipping of displays. Just click the two components into place.

Lenovo’s ThinkPad line has a professional look that is simple and clean yet still very attractive. The ThinkPad Helix utilizes this same styling while also providing additional flexibility that you won’t get with a traditional ThinkPad notebook.

With its versatile convertible design and vibrant HD touch screen the ThinkPad Helix has a lot to offer, particularly for business users who want both a tablet and an ultrabook. Battery life is excellent and the system feels solid.

Lenovo ThinkPad Helix ‘Rip & Flip’ Convertible Review


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