Best 2 in 1 Laptops

Review & Comparison, Last Update July 13, 2021
A regular laptop is just too bulky while a standard tablet doesn't offer enough convenience and performance when it comes to work and leisure. Which is why so many people choose to opt for convertibles, also known as 2-in-1 laptops and 2-in-1 laptop-tablets. With any of the models listed below, you could join their ranks and experience the convenience of these gadgets for yourself. ...Read more ...Read less
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PROS

The AMD® Ryzen™ 7 3700U processing unit will let you dip your toes in 3D rendering, tackle financial/scientific modeling, work with video encoders, mine data, and compile programs. You'll also be able to juggle multiple Chrome tabs without the system giving up on you or even slowing down. 

CONS

The housing gets pretty hot during high-load use. 

OUR VERDICT

Reducing the footprint, equipping the laptop with an upgraded CPU, and finishing the lid with brushed metal, the Dell Inspiron 14 5000 is head and shoulders above its predecessors. Furthermore, with the 512GB SSD, you can store more programs and more multimedia content without relying upon cloud services.

detailed parameters
Display

14", Full HD (1920 x 1080), Touchscreen

Performance and Memory

Processor: AMD® Ryzen™ 7 3700U (Up to 4.0 GHz)

RAM: 8 GB

Memory: 512 GB SSD

Graphics card: AMD Radeon™ RX Vega 10

Operating System

Windows 10 Home

Battery Life

Up to 10 hours

Interfaces

1 x HDMI, 3 x USB Type-A, 1 x USB Type-C, SD card slot, Mic and headphones combo jack

Dimensions

12.91" x 9" x 0.8"

3.88 lbs

Warranty

1 year

PROS

Pushing the LED backlighting 400 nits, the laptop makes sure that the on-screen content always looks vibrant, even when the ambient lighting is excessive. The integrated physical shutter snaps the camera shut with but one click. The dual-array mic is excellent at picking up voices and reducing background noise.

CONS

The battery does not last. 

OUR VERDICT

Using jaw-style drop hinges, the HP ENVY x360 fits one USB Type-C and two USB Type-A port without making the laptop bulky and awkward. With or without them, this model easily covers everyday computing tasks, such as web browsing, spreadsheet editing, and videoconferencing.

detailed parameters
Display

15.6", Full HD (1920 x 1080), Touchscreen

Performance and Memory

Processor: AMD® Ryzen™ 5 4500U (Up to 4.0 GHz)

RAM: 8 GB

Memory: 256 GB SSD

Graphics card: AMD Radeon™ Graphics

Operating System

Windows 10 Home

Battery Life

Up to 8 hours

Interfaces

1 x HDMI, 2 x USB Type-A, 1 x USB Type-C, SD card slot, Mic and headphones combo jack

Dimensions

14.1" x 9.1" x 0.7"

4.41 lbs

Warranty

1 year

PROS

There's almost no flex when one grasps the display's corners and even less than that when one presses the keyboard deck and the palm rest. The Backspace and Shift keys have been designed generous (size-wise), the feedback from the keyboard is snappy, and the tactile impression is pliant. 

CONS

The viewing angles are limited. 

OUR VERDICT

The Dell Inspiron 14 will not perform any miracles, not unlike its budget peers. Still, the device has its moments, including the quality build, above-average screen, and more ports than most users need. Even the speakers are not terrible, even though a little mute sometimes.

detailed parameters
Display

14", HD-ready (1366 x 768), Touchscreen

Performance and Memory

Processor: Intel® Core™ i3-8145U (Up to 3.9 GHz)

RAM 4 GB

Memory: 128 GB SSD

Graphics card: Intel UHD Graphics 620

Operating System

Windows 10 Home

Battery Life

Up to 12 hours

Interfaces

1 x HDMI, 3 x USB Type-A, 1 x USB Type-C, SD card slot, Mic and headphones combo jack

Dimensions

13.22" x 9.17" x 0.8"

3.84 lbs

Warranty

1 year

PROS

Though the speakers are quiet, they do not sound tinny or distorted at the highest volume settings. The bass is not very punchy but overlaying tracks are easily distinguishable. The provided B&O Audio Control utility app includes pretty good music, movie, and voice presets. 

CONS

Some find the speakers quiet. 

OUR VERDICT

Armed with an upgraded 3-cell lithium-ion battery, the HP Pavilion x360 can work for 13 hours on a single charge (assuming you go with low brightness settings and don't use heavy apps). But, even if you don't follow these suggestions, the battery should still last 9-10 hours, which's nothing short of impressive.

detailed parameters
Display

14", HD-ready (1366 x 768), Touchscreen

Performance and Memory

Processor: Intel® Core™ i3-1005G1 (Up to 3.4 GHz)

RAM: 8 GB

Memory: 128 GB SSD

Graphics card: Intel UHD Graphics

Operating System

Windows 10 Home (in S mode)

Battery Life

Up to 13 hours

Interfaces

1 x HDMI, 2 x USB Type-A, 1 x USB Type-C, SD card slot, Mic and headphones combo jack

Dimensions

12.76" x 8.7" x 0.71"

3.55 lbs

Warranty

1 year

PROS

The keys on the keyboard are springy and quiet. The touchpad remains smooth and responsive even when used daily. The two 360-degree hinges let you rotate between tablet and laptop modes without worrying about dropping the screen.

CONS

The laptop does not have any USB Type-A ports. 

OUR VERDICT

The ASUS Vivobook Flip 14 looks and feels nothing like convertible models within this price bracket usually do. Despite coming at the cheapest price, the laptop, with its aluminum chassis, rounded corners, sleek curves, and comfortable controls (the 'board and the 'pad), is quite compelling.

detailed parameters
Display

14", HD-ready (1366 x 768), Touchscreen

Performance and Memory

Processor: Intel® Pentium™ N5000 (Up to 2.7 GHz)

RAM: 4 GB

Memory: 128 GB SSD

Graphics card: Intel UHD Graphics 605

Operating System

Windows 10 Home

Battery Life

Up to 10 hours

Interfaces

1 x microHDMI, 1 x USB Type-C, 1 x Micro USB, SD card slot, Mic and headphones combo jack

Dimensions

12.9" x 8.9" x 0.6"

3.3 lbs

Warranty

1 year

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Dell Inspiron 14 5000

Stylish, Thin, Light, and Capable

The Dell Inspiron 14 5000 is stylish, thin, light, and capable. While this is not some gaming machine yet, the hardware that this laptop's packing is no joke. There's nothing necessarily impressive about the AMD Radeon™ RX Vega 10 GPU but the AMD® Ryzen™ 7 3700U CPU is one capable unit.

Enabling 3D rendering, financial and scientific modeling, video encoding, data mining, and compiling programs, this CPU will let you juggle multiple system-intensive applications without hiccups. Working alongside the 512GB SSD and the 8GB RAM setup, the processing unit will be quick at loading apps and juggling multiple Chrome tabs without slowing down.

Sure, heavy multitasking loads might present an occasional challenge, with programs like Photoshop making the fans work overtime, but nothing that the system can't handle. Plus, since the SSD stretches its storage capacity 512 gigabytes, you'll be able to keep much more multimedia and gluttonous apps on the drive without deleting the content or uninstalling the apps every time you need to upload/install something new. Needless to say, we're not saying that this is some cutting-edge hardware that can trade blows with mid-range gaming laptops, but the model covers productivity use with ease.

Review of Dell Inspiron 14 5000 14" Full HD IPS 2-in-1 Laptop (AMD Ryzen 7 3700U, 8GB DDR4, 512GB SSD)

Pleasant Typing Experience

Now, since we've called the laptop stylish, thin, light, capable, let's shift gears, from the 'capable' part to the first three. Though the chassis is still made from polycarbonate, the lid's finished with brushed metal, sporting the company's small and simple logo in the middle. While this is not the thinnest or the most lightweight 14-inch laptop, you should not struggle slipping this one into an average backpack. Measuring 0.9 inches thick, 13.5 inches wide, and 9.7 inches deep, this model is more petite than mainstream convertible laptops. Likewise, the laptop weighs less than 5 pounds, enabling easy relocation.

The keyboard has been designed backlit and spill-resistant and backlit, with moderate flex but nothing especially uncomfortable. Some might find the keys a little spongy but that's the sacrifice you make when you construct them spill-resistant. We're not saying that the typing experience is compromised though. No, the keys still have good travel, so you're not feeling like you're typing on a tabletop, there are no odd placements, and no keys that are awkward or small.

Bottom line, with its petite footprint, above-average battery life (~10 hours), and respectable hardware, the Dell Inspiron 14 5000 offers excellent value.

Dell Inspiron 14 5000 14" Full HD IPS 2-in-1 Laptop (AMD Ryzen 7 3700U, 8GB DDR4, 512GB SSD) in the use

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    Manufacturer

Last updated price $659.00
Stock In stock
ASIN B08546VVVW

 

HP ENVY x360

More Elegant and Sophisticated

The HP Envy x360 might just make its competition feel envious, at least regarding the screen. While there's nothing particularly new or interesting about the IPS panel with its native Full HD (1920 x 1080p) resolution, the anti-glare treatment and the micro-edge construction ensure that this display leaves its peers behind. While the micro-edge profile makes the on-screen action more immersive, the anti-glare coating lets you view the action even with the sun starting right at the screen. The LED backlighting that the display is adopting rates at 400 nits brightness-wise, which is not bad at all.

Still, despite its ultrathin bezels, the model's been able to accommodate a 720p webcam with an integrated privacy shutter. Once you're done using the 'cam, press the key to the power button's right and, with the faintest click, you'll see a white cover snapping shut without delay. Needless to say, this approach is much more elegant than the one that relies on physical shutters closing the webcam manually.

Visually, the company's Nightfall Black scheme lends the model an almost sophisticated look. It is not quite as whimsical as the walnut paneling that the non-convertible Envy line is offering, but a refreshing break from gray machines that dominate the laptop market nowadays.

Review of HP ENVY x360 15.6" 2-in-1 Full HD Laptop (AMD Ryzen 5 4500U, 8GB DDR4, 256GB PCIe SSD)

USB Ports with Jaw-Style Drop Hinges

The typing experience that this laptop offers is pretty comfortable, featuring well-spaced keys that make this satisfying 'thud' sound when you press them and feel quite sturdy. The font on the key labels is large yet modern-looking, accommodating both newbies and experienced esthetes. The keyboard incorporates sufficient backlighting, with dedicated Home, End, Page Up, and Page Down keys occupying the right edge.

Unlike the keyboard, the touchpad is cramped. While it is not necessarily uncomfortable, even skilled users' fingers will occasionally slip off. But we're not really blaming the laptop designers here since there's just not enough room to make the touchpad more spacious without compromising the keyboard. Also, we can appreciate the unorthodox port arrangement approach. Putting every port along the edges, the laptop employs jaw-style drop hinges that large Ethernet jacks usually use, easily fitting two USB Type-A inputs and one USB Type-C port rather than removing them like flagship Apple and Dell laptops are doing nowadays.

Wrapping the review up, the hardware is alright (by convertible laptops' standards) but the battery will seldom last more than 7-8 hours, so the HP Envy x360 will work for anyone who doesn't often take long trips and needs his convertible laptop to survive the entire trip.

HP ENVY x360 15.6" 2-in-1 Full HD Laptop (AMD Ryzen 5 4500U, 8GB DDR4, 256GB PCIe SSD) in the use

Additional Info

    Manufacturer

Last updated price $744.99
Stock In stock
ASIN B08966H6XJ

 

Dell Inspiron 14 (5481)

Reassuringly Solid

The Dell Inspiron 14 is not the inspiration you'd expect from the name. No, this convertible laptop is pretty good, but you can probably afford something much more impressive, assuming that you're willing to spend ~200-250 extra bucks. That said, when the budget is tight and you cannot spare more than 400-450 green ones, this will have to do.

Relative to the price, this is an impressive machine. We're fine with its hardware, build, and the layout, but the viewing angles could be extended next time. As they are right now, looking at the screen from a sharp angle will not prove the most pleasant experience that you can experience (apologies, an opportunity had to be seized).

Despite what this class usually entails build-wise, the Inspiron 14 looks and feels reassuringly solid, with very little flex when you are grasping the screen's corners and none when you're pressing the keyboard deck and the aluminum palm rest. The bezels are not the thinnest ones we have seen yet but also not as thick as most laptops' coming at comparable prices. Look above and you'll find the model's webcam, offering decent native resolution (1280 x 720) and second-rate brightness, sure, but also crisp focusing as well as noise- and grain-free streaming/recording.

To the side, you'll find an HDMI port, three USB Type-A ports, one Type-C port, and the standard SD card slot and microphone+headphones combo jack addition that laptops do not come without these days. From where we're standing, this is a solid lineup and nothing important is missing (sure, an extra Type-C port would not hurt but even premium convertible laptops seldom include that).

Review of Dell Inspiron 14 (5481) 14" 2-in-1 Сonvertible Laptop (Intel Core i3-8145U, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD)

Generous Keys

Apart from the viewing angles that we have touched upon before, the IPS screen is more than acceptable, with above-average contrast and relatively vivid colors. The reflective surface with the glossy finish will not let you enjoy these colors in an environment with ample ambient lighting though.

The keyboard? Pretty good too. The Control and Delete keys sit where they're supposed to sit, the Shift and Backspace keys are quite generous, and the keys' pliant, plasticky tactile impression offers snappy feedback, so typing feels pleasant and intuitive. Below these keys is the buttonless touchpad, boasting smooth texture that lets you tap and glide without feeling any resistance/friction.

To give you the gist without adding any more boring details, the Dell Inspiron 14 knows its limits, but when the money is tight, this device will come to the rescue.

Dell Inspiron 14 (5481) 14" 2-in-1 Сonvertible Laptop (Intel Core i3-8145U, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD) in the use

Additional Info

    Manufacturer

Last updated price $519.00
Stock In stock
ASIN B07P4LFDT7

 

HP Pavilion x360

Good, but with a Faint Economy-Model Vibe

The HP Pavilion x360 is a little weird. On the one hand, its battery life is almost absurd, delivering 13 hours straight when you set the brightness low and do not use hardware-demanding apps. But, even without jumping through these hoops, the battery will usually last ~10 hours, which is ~2 hours more than its HP relatives and the majority of convertible laptops that cost almost twice as much as this one. On the opposing hand, the model comes equipped with nothing but 128GB SSD storage-wise and you cannot expand it physically, so you'll always be installing and uninstalling different apps and/or deleting different files to make space for new ones.

The Bang & Olufsen-tuned speakers are the same double-edged sword. Looking at them from one angle, the speakers are quiet. Looking from a different angle, they're also not distorted or tinny at top volume settings. The bass is not prominent, but overlaying tracks are distinguishable. The integrated B&O Audio Control utility app provides decent music, movie, and voice presets, as well as an EQ that lets you play with these presets.

Unwrapping the appearance package, the medium-thin bezels surrounding the 14-inch screen look sleek enough, though the bottom bezel is quite thick. The IPS panel that the display adopts offers standard IPS viewing angles (178 degrees) and adequate contrast. Fine details look sharp and the brightness is acceptable, though the screen still gives off this faint economy-model vibe. The colors do not pop and the backgrounds are sometimes off-white.

Review of HP Pavilion x360 14" 2-in-1 HD Laptop (10th Gen Intel Core i3, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD)

Firm and Snappy

Centered above the display, you'll find the 720p webcam capturing about average-quality imagery. Sometimes, the image will be a little dim or noisy but, on the focus and detail fronts, the camera is pretty good. While the camera does not recognize faces, there's a fingerprint reader sitting on the keyboard deck that's compatible with Windows Hello and will let you bypass passwords.

The keyboard's backlit, endowed with dedicated Home, End, Page Up, and Page Down keys, which is a preferable alternative to double-teaming these functions on the cursor arrow keys. The Escape and Delete keys could have been made bigger but every other key is large enough and the space between them is sufficient. Typing on the keyboard feels a bit shallow but also firm and snappy, with a faint but noticeable clicking sound and adequate tactile feedback. The buttonless touchpad on this Pavilion iteration's wide but not quite as deep as before. Gliding and tapping the 'pad feels smooth, requiring naught but a light tap to make it produce a quiet click.

In short, the HP Pavilion x360 will suit customers who need as much battery life as possible without purchasing a laptop that's awkward, bulky, and uncomfortable.

HP Pavilion x360 14" 2-in-1 HD Laptop (10th Gen Intel Core i3, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD) in the use

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    Manufacturer

Last updated price $0.00
Stock May be out of stock
ASIN B08CRD9ZX1

 

ASUS Vivobook Flip 14"

Borrowing Inspiration from MacBook

The ASUS Vivobook Flip 14 is cheap, no two ways about it. Good laptops do not cost around 300 bucks, so we're not talking about anything too impressive here. No, this is a decent, passable product, not terrible considering that most smartphones these days cost more than that yet the computing this device is able to perform goes above and beyond these smartphones, including the comfort angle.

Borrowing inspiration from the much more expensive MacBook with its gray finish and notched base, the model's thin, flat, aluminum profile looks more polished and feels less cheap than you'd expect from a budget convertible laptop. The keyboard deck is thin too, featuring rounded corners and straight edges that are not tapering. There are two 360-degree hinges holding the screen, so you can choose any angle you want without worrying about the display dropping on you. Even the biggest skeptics will admit that the model's slab-like outline looks, at the very least, quite interesting. Plus, when you rotate the screen and put this device in the tablet mode, the laptop does not turn bulky and awkward like most convertibles do.

Shifting gears, this laptop has the strangest port assortment. To name one, there are no USB Type-A ports, so you will not be able to insert old thumb drives (USB flash drives) without putting a dongle between the laptop and the drive. Instead, this model's putting a Micro USB on the left side, which is a little odd. Aside from that, there's an SD card slot sitting next to the volume and power buttons. The USB Type-C port will accommodate most modern gadgets, while the microHDMI and the mic/headphones combo jack will let you connect certain monitors and, yes, microphones and headphones.

Review of ASUS Vivobook Flip 14" 2-in-1 HD Laptop (Intel Quad-Core Pentium N5000, GB DDR4, 128GB eMMC)

Sleek-Slooking, Sweet-Sounding Choice

The keyboard, again, is thin. It is also pretty quiet. Its keys have this pleasant, springy tactile impression, producing muffled sounds that will not be heard even from a few feet away. There's no backlighting but that's to be expected from this price. The touchpad falls along a comparable line, feeling smooth and responsive, with its matte surface enabling easy and comfortable gliding and swiping. A little upsetting is that the clicks that the touchpad buttons are producing are a little more pronounced and the depression has more travel time. The 128GB storage capacity is a little upsetting too, although less surprising since, again, we're reviewing one of the cheapest convertible laptops here.

Still, even counting its downsides, the ASUS Vivobook Flip 14 is one sleek-looking, sweet-sounding 2-in-1 laptop.

ASUS Vivobook Flip 14" 2-in-1 HD Laptop (Intel Quad-Core Pentium N5000, GB DDR4, 128GB eMMC) in the use

Additional Info

    Manufacturer

Last updated price $446.97
Stock In stock
ASIN B07QXKW1Z1

 

What Is a 2-in-1 Laptop?

A 2-in-1 laptop is a piece of consumer electronics that combines the advantages of a laptop and a tablet. The idea behind it is quite simple. What you have is your standard tablet that you can use for all kinds of multimedia purposes. Aside from media consumption, the tablet mode works wonders when it comes to some of the less intensive tasks. Of course, if you feel like getting your game on or engaging in some content production, the tablet simply won't do. But all you have to do is pull back the keyboard and you have yourself a fully functional laptop, a device that beats a tablet any day of the week when it comes to work and gaming.

These 2-in-1 laptops tend to be much thinner and lighter than your average laptop, exemplifying the idea of technological convergence and providing much more freedom and opportunities in terms of transportation. They're perfect for college students that need a computer for studying but don't have the space for a standard laptop in their dorm room. They're also great for the international businessman and just about anybody who often travels abroad and needs a powerful and capable machine by their side, the kind that delivers in terms of performance but doesn't take away a whole lot of space.

Of course, all of the best 2-in-1 laptops offer multi-touch capabilities, but those simply do not suffice when it comes to serious gaming. So we would recommend stocking up on gaming peripherals using our selection of gaming mice and gaming headsets.

What Features to Compare

Performance and Memory

First and foremost, a 2-in-1 laptop is a computer. So, when you go looking for the right model, the most important elements that you should keep in mind are the ones pertaining to performance. As some of you may know, the biggest driving force when it comes to computer's performance are its CPU and GPU. The central processing unit is the brain behind the whole thing that issues commands to other pieces of hardware and does the bulk of calculations. It is by far the most important element of any computer when it comes to regular browsing, multimedia applications, and just work in general. But if you're looking to play some video games as well, a proper GPU, also known as the graphics card, is even more important than the CPU. As GPU is a processor that is dedicated solely to graphics processing operations, this is the part that is going to be the deciding factor in terms of the kind of games you'll be able to run, on what kind of settings, and the number of frames per second that you'll be getting on those settings. That said, if you're planning on running triple-A titles, make sure that you get yourself a 2-in-1 laptop with at least 4 gigabytes of RAM. Aside from gaming purposes, the amount of RAM you have will determine the number of applications you'll be able to run at the same time as well as the number of tabs in the browser. And, as per usual, there's also your standard HDD/SSD/MMC memory that decides just how much content you'll be able to store on your laptop.

Display

Sticking with the same theme, the requirements when it comes to the displays of these 2-in-1 laptops do not necessarily differ compared to your average laptop and/or tablet. The type of panel will determine the color reproduction as well as the viewing angles. The resolution is responsible for image clarity, as per usual. And, as it always is, the said resolution is tied to the size of the display, so keep those specifications in mind when you go shopping for one of these devices.

Dimensions

Now that we have mentioned the size of the display, it makes sense to briefly mention the size of the whole thing as well. As we have stated earlier, the biggest advantage of a 2-in-1 convertible laptop compared to a standard laptop is its ergonomic design. Having a huge display is always nice but make sure that you do not lose sight of why you decided to go with one of these gadgets in the first place.

Battery Life and Interfaces

Saving the easiest part for last, we thought it wouldn't hurt to quickly touch upon the subjects of battery life and interfaces. There's really no inherent downside to a larger battery capacity, so get yourself a device that offers as much of it as possible. Same with the interfaces. The number of interfaces determines the number of gadgets and peripherals that you'll be able to connect to your 2-in-1 laptop and it never hurts to have as many of these inputs and outputs as possible.

Did you know?

The Name

The term 2-in-1 laptop sounds a bit ambiguous, doesn't it? Upon hearing a name like that, there's a good chance that your average user will have a pretty good general idea of what the person is talking about but not necessarily what is it exactly that is the subject of discussion. The ambiguity of the term mostly stems from the fact that the technology itself pre-dates the name. Before these gadgets have gained the sort of popularity that they have these days, the tech journalists would usually refer to them as convertibles or hybrids and, for the most part, these terms are still widely used to describe the difference between different 2-in-1 laptops. Generally speaking, the majority of these devices nowadays tend to belong to the convertible category, the category that is mostly reserved for the gadgets that have built-in means of concealing the keyboard by sliding the said physical keyboard or rotating it behind the chassis. Hybrids, on the other hand, simple come equipped with the ability to incorporate the services of a portable keyboard, meaning that you can attach and detach that keyboard whenever you want.

What's the Point?

Now, we have briefly touched upon this subject earlier, but we thought that it wouldn't hurt to elaborate further on it. Especially since the number of advantages that 2-in-1 laptops offer is ridiculous in its own right. Of course, it all comes down to personal preferences, but there are still quite a few of those benefits that you simply cannot deny the value of. For starters, a device like that means that there's one less gadget to worry about. And let's be honest - this is a good thing. We live in a world of tablets, smartphones, laptops, smart watches, players, and a number of other portable electronic devices that clog our memory and take away too much of our time. A 2-in-1 laptop removes one gadget from the equation, so you won't have to worry about updating your laptop or bringing your tablet with you whenever necessary as both of those devices will be there for you in a single, convenient package.

Get Back the Money and Go Back to Gaming

Since you won't have to purchase a tablet and a laptop separately, the opportunity to save some money is another obvious advantage of a gadget like that. You want a laptop since a tablet simply doesn't cut it when it comes to work and some of the more demanding applications. And you do not want to neglect the tablet as it is much more convenient in terms of media consumption. So, you get yourself a convertible gadget and enjoy the advantages of both of these portable consumer electronics without paying double. But the thing that we love most about 2-in-1 laptops is just how good they are as far as the question of gaming is concerned. Of course, there are plenty of different games for tablets, but none of these video games has the sort of complexity and intricacy to them that could even come close to some of the more demanding PC titles. With one of these convertible laptops, you will be able to pull out a keyboard and get your game on whenever and wherever you want.

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Publish Date: 2018-08-07 14:52:51