Two-in-ones — also often called convertible laptops — were once more expensive than their, but they’ve come down quite a bit in price. Premium models tend to start around $1,000 and typically come with features that a traditional laptop doesn’t have, such as active pen support and a touchscreen. But the feature gap between these and mainstream models from Dell, , HP and others is now much smaller, with some starting at .
While most of the best two-in-ones are also convertible— those with 360-degree hinges where the keyboard…
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