- Grade: A- Grade Refurbished Tablet & Stylus
- Brand & Model: Lenovo Helix 3698-6CG Tablet
- Processor: Intel i7 3rd Generation 3667U 2.0GHz
- Screen: 11.6" FHD 1920 X 1080
- Memory: 8GB DDR3
- Storage: 256GB MSATA SSD
- Optical Drive: N / A
- Graphics: Intel® HD Graphics 4000
- Input Device: UK QWERTY Keyboard
- Operating System: Windows 10 Professional 64 Bit
- Wireless: Yes
- Webcam: Yes Front & Rear
- Bluetooth: Yes
- Fingerprint Reader: No
Ports: USB 2.0, Mini Display Port, Headphone/microphone Combo Jack
Dock 2 x USB 3.0 ( on keyboard dock) Mini Display Port (on keyboard dock)
- Warranty: 12 Months
- Info: A 2.0GHz processor and 8GB of RAM may seem small on paper, but in practice the ThinkPad Helix is a surprisingly capable machine. The ThinkPad Helix's keyboard is the best we've seen on a convertible machine. In our opinion, it's as small as you can go without getting cramped and awkward, and it still offers key presses that will satisfy typists used to banging away on a normal laptop keyboard
Had an old (really old..) Samsung Netbook for years for odd jobs about the place and quick browsing.
This is a great replacement. The docking function is really easy to use and release, the screen's sharp and crisp, and - despite being the older i7 chipset, battery performance is great for round the house and short trips away.
Great service to boot with a rapid turnaround on a missing dock from the initial delivery.
-Fast and lot of fire power in this machine for gaming as well as heavy business work
-Enough USB ports, firewire port
-3 cameras (1 rear and 2 front). Clarity might not be as good as Macbooks but its pretty decent
-Easy locking mechanism between tablet and docking keyboard
-Touch is very good and responsive
-Windows 10 rocks!
-Long battery life because of two batteries (in tablet and keyboard dock)
-Volume when docked in keyboard is loud enough but not worth of listening songs from internal speakers.
-11" screen is good if you mostly use it as tablet. However, if you would mostly be using as laptop then its kind of small.
-Coming from laptop, keys are little crowded and it takes a little while to get use to it
-When docked in keyboard, it becomes quite heavy (tablet + keyboard) because there are two batteries: one in tablet and the other in keyboard
-Only reason I am not using this more often as of now is because of screen size.
I have another touch screen laptop (around 13.5") which transforms into a tablet (fat tablet). Its Lenovo Yoga. For now I am sticking with that because of screen size. But I really like this one too.