This is HP's 13.3” Windows 10 convertible laptop business counterpart to HP’s Spectre x360. The design and premium styling are very similar to the early 2018 Spectre x360, but the business model gets a few perks like optional 4G LTE Advanced, several security features, more ports than the latest gen Spectre x360, a Wacom AES pen and an optional privacy screen that’s enabled at the press of a button. It has a metal body, backlit keyboard, USB-C and Thunderbolt 3, a Microsoft Precision trackpad and your choice of Intel 8th generation Kaby Lake R Core i5 and i7 quad core CPUs.
The OnePlus 6T has a 6.4” widescreen Optic AMOLED display with in-display fingerprint scanner and it runs Android 9.0 Pie with OxygenOS customizations on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor with 6GB or 8GB RAM and your choice of 128GB or 256GB storage. The phone has 2 rear cameras and a 16MP front camera. It’s sold by T-Mobile in the US and is also available as an unlocked phone that’s compatible with GSM carriers like AT&T and it has CDMA and is compatible with Verizon.
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The ThinkPad P1 is identical to the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme we’ve already reviewed, with one difference: the P1 has NVIDIA Quadro dedicated graphics while the X1 Extreme has the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Max-Q graphics card. This 15.6” laptop has Intel 8th gen 45 watt 6 core CPUs, making it as powerful as the larger and heavier ThinkPad P52. It has a touch screen with active pen support, your choice of a full HD or wide gamut UHD 4K display and more.
HP’s new innovative and unusual 13.3” Windows 10 convertible Ultrabook, the HP Spectre Folio 13. The laptop is clad in chrome-tanned leather and underneath it has a magnesium alloy and aluminum frame and chassis. The notebook has Intel 8th Gen Y series Core i5 and i7 processors with performance similar to Intel 7th gen U series CPUs (this is the same CPU family used in the 2018 MacBook Air). It’s available with up to 16GB RAM, has a fast NVMe SSD, full HD and 4K display options, a backlit keyboard and pen + touch support (pen included). 4G LTE is optional.
This is a 14" business Ultrabook with a slim and attractive design that doesn’t compromise on ports, keyboard and trackpad. The laptop has a magnesium alloy casing, matte display, two DDR4 RAM slots, an M.2 SSD (SATA and NVMe available), backlit keyboard, Microsoft Precision trackpad, optional 4G LTE, USB-C (Thunderbolt 3 optional), Ethernet and plenty more ports..
The Kensington SD7000 dock for Surface Pro 4, Surface Pro 2017 and Surface Pro 6 makes your tablet look like a mini Surface Studio. It connects to the Surface Connect port and adds myriad ports while also supporting the Surface Pro at a variety of heights and angles using two articulating hinges and chrome arms.
This is the smaller, cheaper Surface tablet for mid-2018. The 10” tablet has an IPS 1800 x 1200 touch screen that also supports the optional $99 Surface Pen, and it can be turned into a mini-laptop via kickstand with the $129 optional Surface Go Type Cover in colorful Alcantara (black fabric also available for $99). The Surface Go runs Windows 10 in S Mode (a free upgrade to standard Windows 10 Home 64 bit is available via the Windows App Store) on the dual core 1.6 GHz Pentium Gold 4415Y processor. Pricing starts at $399.
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The late 2018 edition of Dell’s 14” midrange 5000 series convertible laptop with 360 degree hinges, active pen support and the latest Intel 8th gen Whiskey Lake Core i7-8565U quad core CPU. The laptop has a metal casing, full HD display supporting touch and N-Trig active pens and your choice of an SSD or HDD.
The long overdue refresh of Apple’s most popular laptop, the MacBook Air brings a much better Retina display, faster Intel 8th gen CPU, Thunderbolt 3, Touch ID fingerprint scanner and several design cues from the 12” MacBook and 13” MacBook Pro line. The 15.9mm Air still has the distinctive wedge shape, but the rest is all new, and the price is sadly a little higher too.
This 15.6” gaming laptop has an angular design, tiny display bezels, a small footprint and no bling. The 5.1 lb. Legion Y530 is available with Intel 8th gen Core i5-8300H and i7-8750H 45 watt CPUs, NVIDIA GTX 1050 and 1050 Ti dedicated graphics (switchable via NVIDIA Optimus with Intel UHD 630 graphics), up to 32GB DDR4 RAM, an M.2 PCIe SSD and a 1 TB HDD. This entry level gaming laptop has a full HD display with optional 144Hz refresh.
This is a high end 24” pen monitor with 4K wide gamut display, optional touch screen, 8,192 levels of pen pressure and support for the Cintiq Engine (a Windows 10 PC that slides into the back of the monitor. has virtually no parallax, excellent pressure curves, etched matte glass, interchangeable pen nibs and it supports pen tilt.
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