Whether you want something that’s more tablet than laptop or more laptop than tablet, don’t worry, there’s one here to meet your needs and budget and taste.
Two-in-ones also known as convertible laptops not only continue to grow in popularity but are getting less expensive, making them as affordable as their clamshell laptop counterparts. Premium models will still offer the best functionality in the lightest, smallest bodies and with double-digit battery life. While most of the best two-in-ones are convertible laptops, those with 360-degree hinges where the keyboard rotates around to the back of the display there are two-in-ones with a detachable keyboard here, too. These are more tablet PC than laptop and have a removable keyboard like the new Surface Go 2 and Lenovo Ideapad Duet Chromebook.
HP Spectre x360 13, Dell XPS 13, Lenovo Yoga C940, Microsoft Surface Pro7, Lenovo Yoga C740, Dell XPS 15, HP Envy X360 – 15, HP Zbook X2 G4, HP Pavilion X360 15, HP Elitebook X360 830 G6.
With premium laptops and two-in-ones like the 13-inch HP Spectre x360, it’s almost a given that the newest model will be smaller and thinner than its predecessor. Comparing the old and new x360 side by side, the size difference in size was shocking. The updated design eliminates almost all of the top and bottom bezels the forehead and chin allowing it to greatly reduce the overall footprint of something that was already pretty small to begin with. It looks amazing.
Even at that size, the x360 running a 10th-gen Intel Core i7 managed to handily outperform the last-gen model running a similar configuration with an Intel eighth-gen CPU. It also has a battery that kept it running for more than 10 hours in our tests. Combined with other helpful features and refined design, the 2019 HP Spectre x360 13 is our current top premium two-in-one.
Other great features of this premium machine are:
Intel Core i7-10657, 512 GB SSD, 16GB RAM, 4-Cell Battery, 13.3” Diagonal FHD IPS WLED NBT Display, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Windows 10 Home. Get yours for an amazing giveaway price on our website www.amaget.com today.
HP Pavilion X360 14
Inside the HP Pavilion x360 14- CR0087CL features the 8th Generation Intel Core i3-8130U processor with Intel UHD 620 integrated graphics, 8GB of RAM, and a 1-Terabyte hard drive supplemented by 16GB of Intel Optane memory for data storage speed boost. The Core i3-8130U dual-core chip offers great processing power for the average PC user. A faster processor like the Core i5 or i7 can be beneficial only if you regularly do demand computing tasks such as media production. In day-to-day computing activities, the difference between the i3 and its faster i5 and i7 siblings is negligible. We only wish the HP 14-CR0037WM had more RAM, since 8GB isn’t suitable for heavier multitasking scenarios. It’s fine only for a couple of browser tabs and apps running simultaneously. 8GB is a standard nowadays. Also, hard drive storage is much slower than newer solid-state drive storage. Thankfully, HP has included 16GB of Intel Optane memory that boosts speed of the HDD.