Lenovo has made sure to announce some very solid devices for this year, including in the Android smartphone and tablet category. What the manufacturer also goes after is the notebook segment where it was among the few to provide solid offers a while back. Now Lenovo’s new plans are based on the market’s current trends.


Hybrid devices have become more and more popular among the consumers and we’ve seen a lot such devices being announced by the manufacturers especially lately. In this regard Lenovo’s latest offer is as attractive as it gets. It offers a very well designed outer shell and hardware characteristics that are sure to impress.

The first aspect of the Lenovo ThinkPad Helix is the 11.6-inch touch IPS panel that offers the 1920 x 1080 pixels Full HD resolution. The device comes bundled with a full QWERTY keyboard and is powered by the Intel Core i5 architecture with 4 GB of RAM. The tablet is supposed to cost about $1.700 on pre-order, with the manufacturer promising to settle the price at around $1.500 with its launch this month. The device is going to be available in Japan, U.S and through a number of retailers in Europe.