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    News - Lenovo ThinkPad Helix convertible, “rip and flip” design

    A well specified “premiere convertible for business users”, with a price to match.
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    Re: News - Lenovo ThinkPad Helix convertible, “rip and flip” design

    So basically a more expensive Surface Pro with crapware? No thanks.

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    Re: News - Lenovo ThinkPad Helix convertible, “rip and flip” design

    My experience with Lenovo ThinkPad has always been solid. As most ThinkPad users it's that nub that speeds up my work flow. Now I like the versatility of the Helix set up. One doubt - the keyboard has shrunk in terms of width compared to other models. It may just be a question of getting used to it, but it may also mean that it's cramped. This seems more attractive to me thatn the Surface Pro and that is mainly due to the keyboard.

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    Re: News - Lenovo ThinkPad Helix convertible, “rip and flip” design

    @Gadgety

    But isn't the nub perhaps redundant now that we live in a touchscreen world? Nubs have been great in the past but surely touching is a lot faster. After all, I've been touching things my whole life and I'm pretty sure it's more intuitive

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    Re: News - Lenovo ThinkPad Helix convertible, “rip and flip” design

    1080p IPS, finally Lenovo, you learned! Now fix X230 series!

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