Microsoft Surface Go review

With a smaller screen and a lightweight frame, Microsoft’s Surface Go is a 2-in-1 laptop and tablet that strives to be serviceable in every way.

Top tablets and 2-in-1 laptops for back to school

A new school year sometimes means the need for new tools and resources, and a tablet or laptop might be first on the list for any student. There’s plenty to choose from, depending on what features you need most.

ASUS Chromebook Flip review

Is it a tablet, or a Chromebook? The ASUS Flip is both! But does it manage to do both things well? Read this review and find the answer you're looking for.

Samsung Galaxy Book 12-inch and 10-inch tablets review

Convertible tablets have had a hard time winning out as 2-in-1 laptop replacements, but Samsung thinks it put together the right combination with its latest Galaxy Books.

CES 2018: hands-on with the new Lenovo Miix 630 2-in-1 laptop...

If you’re looking for a 2-in-1 convertible laptop that you can use as a tablet, Lenovo thinks it can deliver with the Miix 630.

Google Pixelbook review

Google’s Pixelbook is a Chromebook venturing into a very different calibre than in the past, and its potential will be rosy for some, unclear for others.

Should you choose a 2-in-1 or laptop computer

You’ve got a busy life on the go, which is why you need a device that’s infinitely portable and easy to use, whether you are in the office, in a hotel or airport, or just sitting at home on the couch. So, how do you choose between a 2-in-1 tablet PC and a laptop? Read on and I’ll give you a few tips.

Can a 2-in-1 like Surface Pro really replace my laptop?

2-in-1 computers like the Surface Pro target people who want a tablet and a laptop in a single, ultra-compact device. But can a 2-in-1 tablet PC really replace a laptop? Absolutely! With one caveat ... I’ll explain how and the one catch if you decide to replace your laptop with something like a Surface Pro.

Can you use your Surface Pro 4 PC for gaming?

The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 is a versatile 2-in-1 that's both portable and powerful, and designed for productivity as well as creativity. But how good is it for gaming? Let's find out.

Review: Asus ZenBook UX360 is mostly flipping good

 The concept of a laptop has shifted in the last five years to include a greater variety of models and form factors that can alter or expand usability. The Asus ZenBook UX360 is a hybrid PC that can act as a tablet when fully flipped over a full 360-degrees. How it does that isn’t new, but the combination of design, performance and affordability might be just the right mix to be appealing to anyone looking for something like this.

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