When first looking at the Lenovo Helix, the CRN Test Center lumped it in with devices like Surface Pro: a Windows 8 tablet with detachable keyboard. It didn't take long to realize that Lenovo's latest convertible Ultrabook was something more.
While most convertibles offer two or three operational modes, Helix has up to five thanks to a reversible docking system that's as simple as it is clever. Helix is among the most innovative devices we've seen this year. Here's a look at some of the highlights.