Helix Lenovo tablet laptop delayed until March or April

Who ever wants to buy the new convertible tablet notebook Lenovo Helix can wait a month or two.

Unveiled at CES last month, the ThinkPad Helix is designed to reach consumers later this month. However, a message on the Facebook page indicates Lenovo possible wrench in these plans.

A customer wishing to make the simple question: "Where is the Helix in February.?" In response, a Lenovo representative with the initials CB apparently broke the news that "unfortunately we learned that it will be delayed until March or April. More details will be announced shortly."

KSR TRENDS contact Lenovo and update the story when the company responds.

The Helix is the latest in a growing line of convertible laptops that can double as tablets. Equipped with Windows 8, Helix uses a clamshell design with a separate screen and keyboard could function independently as a tablet. When attached, the display may also face the rear of the unit.

The 11.6-inch IPS screen offers a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and allows the ink. The propeller is powered by a beefy Intel as current third-generation Core i7 chips. Buyers will be able to operate the unit with up to 8 GB of memory and 256 GB SSD. The battery is estimated to last for 10 hours on a single charge. The hybrid is $ 1,499.

Now we just have to wait and see if it really Lenovo launches the propeller.
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