Helix Visual Tour

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Tablet Views

Removing and Attaching the Tablet Unit

TabletFront

Front of Tablet
1. Speakers 2. Home Button 3. Front Camera

 

Tablet Rear

Rear of Tablet
1. Rear Camera 2. Pen Storage

Tablet Bottom Edge 1. Docking Support Slots  2. Power Port  3. Dock Connector  4. MiniDP Port  5. USB2 Port

Tablet Bottom Edge
1. Docking Support Slots 2. Power Port 3. Dock Connector 4. MiniDP Port 5. USB2 Port

Tablet Right

Tablet Right Side
1. Microphone/Headphone Jack 2. Volume Controls 3. Display Rotation Lock

 

 

 

 

Enhanced Keyboard Dock Views

Removing and Attaching the Tablet Unit

Enhanced Keyboard Dock 1. Display Support Posts  2. Dock Connectors  3. Cooling Vent  4. TrackPad  5. Tackpoint

Enhanced Keyboard Dock
1. Display Support Posts 2. Dock Connectors 3. Cooling Vent 4. TrackPad 5. Tackpoint 
The Enhanced Keyboard Dock also contains a battery pack to extend the battery life when disconnected from the power adapter.

 

Enhanced Dock Rear View 1. USB3 Ports  2. Power Port  3. MiniDP Port

Enhanced Keyboard Dock Rear View
1. USB3 Ports 2. Power Port 3. MiniDP Port

 

Power Jack – 20V Lenovo power port.  Not compatible with older power adapters.
USB2   Connector – USB2 port which you can charge phones, MP3 players and other devices. (downward compatible to USB1).
Combo Mic/Headphones Jack – Use this port to connect your external microphone and headphones.
Mini-DP Connector – Mini DisplayPort for attaching to compatible monitors and projectors.
USB3 Connector – Port for attaching USB3 devices (backward compatible to USB2 or USB1). Note the SS (SuperSpeed USB) label to the right of the port.
Web Cameras – The web camera may be used to capture images, create movies and participate in video conference applications like Skype or WebEx.
TrackPoint Pointing Device – Joystick like control for mouse functions.  The mouse buttons  for the TrackPoint are below under the spacebar.
TrackPad Pointing DeviceMulti Touch pad control for mouse functions.  The mouse buttons are activated by pressing the left or right side of the pad.

Important Note

Due to the stiff nature of the dock hinge, please be gentle when opening or closing the docked ThinkPad Helix.  Try to avoid operating the hinge when the Tablet is not attached and never use the support post as leverage to move the hinge.

 

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