Review: Lenovo Helix Ultrabook Convertible

The Bottom Line

Lenovo built it, but will they come? With a reversible docking system for unique versatility, dual batteries for extra long life, label trays that keep its back side unblemished and an LED that dots the "i," the Lenovo Helix contains no shortage of innovation both cosmetic and practical. But, is it worth the price? For $1,477, the Ivy Bridge-based test unit included a 128-GB SSD, half its maximum complement of RAM, a detachable keyboard, all the requisite radios and sensors and is covered by a three-year warranty.

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