Asking over two grand for a 13.3 inch convertible is a little cheeky, so Lenovo had better back up its stratospheric price tag with some superb specs. Throw in the fact that the screen isn’t even detachable, and it seems that this 2-in-1 is facing an uphill battle to find approval. Thankfully it’s chock full… Continue reading
We feel for early adopters of the Microsoft Surface, as the company has been churning out new models at an alarming rate, making their initial purchase seem obsolete well before it should have. The good news is that the latest model clears up all of the concerns of earlier Surfaces, and ends up being one… Continue reading
We’re not sure what HP’s engineers were thinking when they designed the fabric, flexible stand that ships with this convertible. After figuring out how to use the HP Pavilion x2 10-J008TU, we were disappointed to note that it could only be used at certain angles; try to move the display to anything past 45 degrees… Continue reading
Take Dell’s excellent Inspiron 11 3000 series and feed it a diet of steroids and growth enhancers and you’ll end up with the Dell Inspiron 11 7000 series. This 13 inch convertible is big enough to include the standard features found in most ultraportable laptops, with the added bonus of tablet functionality… to a certain… Continue reading
This is the first of the convertibles that increases the screen size to 11.6 inches. It doesn’t sound like much on paper, but it makes the overall size considerably larger than the 10.1 inch models. Likewise with the weight, with the review unit tipping the scales at 1.49kg. While this makes it a little more… Continue reading
It’s hard to believe that fully-fledged Windows 8.1 PCs can be as small as the T100T. Despite having the same display size of 10.1 inches found on several other convertibles, the T100T feels even smaller than the rest. Weighing just 1.07kg with the keyboard in place, it’s one of the lightest convertibles around. This is… Continue reading
This mid-range convertible offers an excellent balance between mobility and functionality, delivering the best of both worlds in a very affordable package. Helping it to stand out from the pack are the four different display modes. There’s the usual laptop and tablet modes, but the screen can also be displayed to a viewer opposite the… Continue reading
With its latest iPad upgrade, Apple’s substantially increased the speed over last year’s model while shaving a few millimetres off the thickness, adding the excellent Touch ID fingerprint scanner and still (Apple claims) maintaining the 10 hour battery life. All at the cost of a slight $21 bump in price, taking the entry-level 16GB Wi-Fi… Continue reading
The search giant has a new version of Android with plenty of new toys. Darren Yates looks at what we have.
ASUS takes another shot at the budget tablet space.