TWO IS BETTER THAN ONE. Sometimes you need the high portability of a tablet; sometimes you need the functionality of a laptop; but at no time do you need to be weighed down by having to carry both
The solution? Hybrid 2-in-1 laptops like the ASUS VivoBook Flip TP301. The super-light TP301 comes equipped with robust 360-degree hinge that allows you to flip between tablet mode, stand mode (for your personal table-top cinema), tent mode (handy for presentations) or laptop mode.
What’s more, it comes with a powerful battery and a 6th-gen Intel Core i7 processor. Add to that the multi-touch-capable screen along with the brand’s exclusive SonicMaster audio tech, and you got yourself an instant winner.
3 More Recommendations:
1. The Dell Inspiron 13 7000 might be a bit hefty for its size, but it is still one of the most recommended 2-in-1s this year. What it might lack in lightness and battery life, it more than makes up for with speed and raw power.
Price-wise, the Inspiron 13 7000 is a definite bargain, even if you’re looking at the high-end versions that come equipped with the powerful Intel Core i7 processors.
The Pavilion x2 also features a decent screen, processing power above its contemporaries and a surprisingly impressive battery charge.
All in all, this pint-sized hybrid is a multimedia powerhouse.
3. Users with a taste for premium options should definitely check out the Lenovo Yoga 900.
This hybrid boasts an Intel Core i7 processor, a speedy solid-state drive, a JBL sound system and a QHD screen that’s on par with Apple’s Retina Display.