One of the leading brands in today's IT industry is Lenovo. There are two thousand engineers and designers employed by the company. Business laptops in particular are where the company really excels - the new Lenovo ThinkPad Helix is proof of that, with its mobility and performance. Users can create presentations, share data, edit documents, etc.
Its design allows for it to be used in a number of modes: tablet mode, stand mode, and laptop mode. It can easily be set up on any office desk or carried around as a laptop or tablet. The new ThinkPad doesn't have to be used for business, either - it can be used for everyday tasks such as web browsing and emailing.
The Windows 8 Interface makes it easy for users to interact with the device and navigate through the programs. The trackpad is made with TrackPoint pointing technology, which allows for a variety of gestures. Along with the keyboard, it has a durable spill-resistant surface.
There is an option to add a digitizer and pen to the system. These tools enhance touchscreen technology by providing more flexibility and support for gestures. Users can expect precise control, as the computer converts various styles of handwriting into digital text. There is a slot built onboard for stylus storage.