Review: Mobile Tablet/Notebook Convertible Can Run CAD
With the advent of Windows 8, most PC manufacturers released tablets and convertible systems combining touchscreens with small, often detachable keyboards. One new category of systems is the ultrabook. Based on a specification developed by Intel, ultrabooks represent a new class of high-end subnotebooks designed to feature reduced bulk without compromising performance and battery life.
Ultrabooks use low-power Intel Core processors and solid-state drives (SSDs). The big question for DE readers, however, is whether these new ultrabooks are capable of running mainstream CAD software. We finally got a chance to find out firsthand when we received the new Lenovo ThinkPad Helix.