Windows tablets are now all over the market but if you talk about the laptop lovers. They don’t about how portable it is; they just want a full fledged keyboard to work in real. We here shortlisted some laptops which make the laptop fans to love it and use them for daily use. Take a look at them below:

1. Microsoft Surface Book (Starts from Rs. 1,00,000)

Microsoft now knows that people consider hybrid laptops rather than just the tablet that comes with just a pen. Consumers don’t want to buy a separate keyboard for their laptops because it worth more than a smartphone. And Microsoft released the Surface Book after it’s mighty tablet Surface Pro 4.

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Microsoft Surface Book comes with the same configuration as the Surface Pro 4. The display is 13.5 inches with PixelSense technology and large 3000 X 2000 resolution. You can choose whether to buy the 8 GB or 16 GB RAM version. Microsoft added three options for processor Core i3, i5 or i7 with storage options 128 GB, 256 GB, 512 GB and 1 TB.

Specifications

  • 13.5 Pixelsense display (3000 X 2000 pixels)
  • 8 GB / 16 GB RAM
  • 6th Gen Intel Core i3, i5 or i7
  • 128 GB, 256 GB, 512 GB or 1 TB SSD storage options
  • 1 GB NVIDIA GeFOrce HPU
  • 8 MP rear and 5 MP front facing camera

Pros

  • Surface Pen with N-click technology
  • Detachable keyboard

Cons

  • None

2. Lenovo Yoga 900 (Starting from 73,000 approx.)

Lenovo Yoga 900 is a flagship from Lenovo with a new watch hinge for making it easy to change modes (laptop, tent, stand and tablet) of this tablet. The display goes all round to the back and makes it easier to hold in your hands while using it in the tablet mode. Lenovo Yoga 900 comes with the basic ports and buttons which you get on a laptop.

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It comes with a 6th Gen Intel Core processor series with Windows 10 OS. This machine is not for gaming purposes because it comes with integrated Intel HD graphics. You can get up to 16 GB DDR3 memory and 1 TB SSD option. The display is 13.3 QHD with 300 nits brightness. The camera is 1 MP 720p HD CMOS camera and no front camera.

Specifications

  • 13.3″ QHD display
  • Up to 1 TB SSD
  • 1MP 720p HD CMOS Camera
  • Up to 16 GB LP-DDR3L
  • Integrated Intel HD Graphics

Pros

  • Watch style hinge
  • 360 degree flip display

Cons

  • Screen wobble in laptop mode

3. HP Spectre X2 (Starts from Rs. 56,000)

HP Spectre X2 is the premium tablet cum laptop from HP, it comes with a keyboard with a sound bar above the keys. It boosts the volume of whatever youare watching when keyboard is attached to the tablet. It comes with a kickstand which is more like a bezel than an actual kick stand (like in Surface Pro 4). You will also get an HP Active Pen with a pressure sensitivity of 2048 pressure points.

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HP Spectre X2 is thinner tablet because of the Intel Core M series processors which are quite a drawback on this price range. It comes with a Realsense 3D camera at the back and with a LED flashlight. You can get up to 512 GB storage and 8 GB RAM; it also comes in two variants in terms of connectivity; LTE and Wi-Fi.

Specifications

  • 12 inches display with Gorilla Glass protection
  • Intel Core M processors
  • WiFi or LTE connectivity
  • Up to 512 GB SSD
  • Up to 8 GB RAM

Pros

  • Kick Stand
  • HP active pen

Cons

  • Core M processor

4. Lenovo ThinkPad X1 (Rs. 1,12,956)

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 is the modular Windows 10 tablet (mot much) which comes with a full keyboard. You can add some more functionality to it by just snapping on a module. You have to buy them separately; available are a 3D scanning module, a projector, a projector and a battery pack with some useful ports. ThinkPad X1 comes with a kick-stand which bends the tablet in any angle you want.

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You will get Intel Core M processor with Windows 10, which is a great combination for faster work. Buy one with up to 16 GB DDR3 RAM and up to 1 TB SSD storage. The camera is also an option here; you can buy one with 2 MP or and 8 MP module with flash. The display is 12 inches Full HD with 3:2 ratio.

Specifications

  • 12 inches FHD display
  • Up to 16 GB RAM
  • Up to 1 TB SSD
  • Stylus Pen
  • 2 MP or 8 MP camera with flash
  • Windows 10
  • Intel HD onboard graphics

Pros

  • Modules
  • Kick stand
  • Pen stylus

Cons

  • None

5. Toshiba Satelite Radius 12

Toshiba Radius 12 laptop is a 12 inches laptop and only model in this list which keyboard don’t come off. Toshiba also released the 15 inches version of this model. There is no reason to flip a 15 inches display to the back of the keyboard.

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Coming back to Radius 12, it is a laptop with 4K resolution display which reduces the battery backup (of course) from 10-11 hours (in competitors) to 6 and a half, which Toshiba claims.

This laptop is also configurable to the best hardware you can get; Intel Core I processor, 16 GB RAM and 256 GB storage. The display is the 12 inch with 4K resolution and above which placed the facial recognition camera. It helps to sign into your device without entering passcodes.

Specifications

  • 2.3 GHz Intel Core i7
  • 8 GB RAM
  • 256 GB SSD
  • 12 inches display with 4K (3840 X 2160) resolution
  • USB Type-C connector for charging
  • Intel HD 520 onboard graphics

Pros

  • 4K display

Cons

  • Poor battery life

Conclusion

If you ask me (Microsoft fan) to pick one from this list, I will go for the Surface Book which is light, fast and powerful. If you think Surfacebook is expensive, then HP Spectre X1 is the best option to buy. You can also tell us which one you will pick from this list and why in the comment section.

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