Best premium 2-in-1 PCs for when you need a laptop and tablet in one

CNET | 5/21/2019 | Joshua Goldman
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The latest premium two-in-ones get you top-notch design and portability along with excellent everyday performance and extraordinary battery life. You just have to be willing to pay for it.

Models start at around $1,100. There are less-expensive options like the Lenovo Yoga 730, and if you're getting a Chromebook I highly recommend going with a two-in-one like Samsung's Chromebook Plus. But if you're looking for great features in the smallest, lightest body as well as power to get you through a full day of work or a long flight, it's going to cost you more money.

Picks - Laptops - Tablet - Hinges - Screens

All of the picks below are laptops that convert into a tablet using 360-degree hinges, allowing their screens to fold back. If you want a tablet PC that pulls apart from its keyboard -- frequently called a detachable two-in-one -- our top recommendation is Microsoft's Surface Pro 6.

And if you're only thinking of it as a tablet and a laptop, here are five other ways to use a two-in-one that you might not have considered.

Updates - Yoga - Two-in-one - Top - List

Three updates to Yoga's top two-in-one helped push it to the top of our list. First, the company swapped its watchband hinge for a hinge that acts as a 360-degree soundbar. The change makes it a hair thicker, but you get much better audio in return.

Lenovo also built in a charging garage for the included active pen, so you always have it ready when you need it, and it put in a privacy shutter for the webcam to make you feel better about any potential prying eyes. Add in excellent performance and battery life and you've got a convertible that's tough to beat.

Lenovo - Yoga - C930

Watch this: Lenovo's Yoga C930 is the ultraportable 2-in-1 we've...

Like the Yoga, HP used design to improve the Spectre x360's usability. It put both...
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