Top 10 Best Rated 2-in-1 Laptops 2019

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Since 2015, many manufacturers have diverged from making traditional laptops to making hybrid laptops. We often call them two-in-one laptop because they can function as both a laptop and as a tablet.

With so many manufacturers choking out bad laptop models, it has become a difficult task for even beginners to mess up a laptop purchase. However, some 2-in-1 laptops stand out from the rest in sheer quality and knowing these gems can save you hundreds of dollars as a minimum.

Our focus is on hybrid laptops/tablets that have excellent quality/price value, impressive design, high-performance, and more.

When buying a two-in-one laptop, knowing what to look for is half the job.

Best 2 in 1 Laptops 2019

1. HP Spectre x360 15T

Spectre x360 is a 2019 HP model and as expected from such a recent model, it packs a mean punch. This 2-in-one is the whole package, combining incredible processing power with a ridiculous graphics quality.

Its 8th generation processor might be a little outdated for 2019, but it still works excellently compared to the competition.

Specs

  • Intel Core-i7 (8th gen) processor
  • 256GB to 2TB Solid State Drive
  • Eight to 16GB RAM
  • 6-inch UHD LCD touchscreen
  • Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti graphics card
  • 4K resolution

Pros

  • Affordable
  • Ridiculous processing power
  • Sleek look
  • 4K display is sharp
  • The storage is compelling
  • Can be used in tent mode

Cons

  • Big and heavy
  • Display and processor are not the latest
  • Vent placement is problematic

2. Microsoft Surface Book 2

Microsoft’s Surface Book 2 is excellent and lacks some disadvantages that show in Spectre x360, but it is pricy.

Buying laptops with a limited budget means you have to sacrifice certain features for others. Surface Book 2 sacrifices a better display for ridiculous graphics. If you want to play games on your hybrid laptop, this is your best bet.

Specs

  • Intel Core-i7 at 4.2GHz processor
  • 512GB PCle Solid State Drive
  • 15-inch display
  • 16GB RAM
  • 3240 x 2160p resolution
  • Intel UHD Graphics 620 and Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 Ti

Pros

  • An excellent choice for gamers
  • Lightweight
  • Awesome design
  • Powerful GPU with fast processing speeds
  • Spots the latest processor for 2018

Cons

  • No 4K display
  • Expensive
  • Does not come with Microsoft Surface Pen

3. Google Pixelbook

Pixelbook is one of the few hybrid laptops that does it seamlessly. Compared to the bulky x360 and the weird-looking surface book 2, Google Pixelbook makes this combination work.

It operates on the Chrome OS and supports the use of Android apps; its stand out feature.

Specs

  • 3-inch QHD touchscreen
  • 128 to 512GB storage
  • Eight to 16GB RAM
  • 2400 x 1600p resolution
  • Intel Core-i5 to i7
  • Intel HD Graphics 615

Pros

  • Incredible design
  • Seamless laptop/tablet combination
  • Supports Android Apps
  • Responsive display with vibrant colours
  • Affordable

Cons

  • The Pen is sold separately
  • There is no biometric login
  • Storage and resolution could be better

4. HP Envy X2

Envy X2 is a hybrid laptop with excellent design and performance. It uses the ARM architecture Snapdragon 835 CPU and thus, has monstrous battery life. This new technology from Qualcomm means that Envy X2 can operate for 22 hours plus on a single charge.

Specs

  • Adreno 540
  • 3-inch WUXGA LCD
  • 8GB RAM
  • 256GB Solid State Drive storage
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 835
  • 1920 x 1280p resolution

Pros

  • Has a monster battery life
  • A thin and sleek look
  • Capable of 4G LTE connection
  • Affordable

Cons

  • Sacrifices display quality
  • Not the fastest model on the market

5. Asus Chromebook Flip

Asus Chromebook is our first look at a budget laptop, and it scores excellently. It is one of the few models that support Android apps with its Chrome OS, with a solid overall performance.

Chromebook Flip comes with backlit anti-glare technology that gives you a vivid screen even in sunlit areas.

Specs

  • 32 to 128GB eMMC storage
  • Intel Pentium to Core-m7 processor
  • Four to eight GB RAM
  • 1920 x 1080p resolution
  • Intel HD Graphics 510 to 515 card
  • 5-inch FHD display

Pros

  • Android app compatible
  • Cheap
  • Elegant design

Cons

  • Speakers work spottily
  • Requires out-of-box update
  • Small storage

6. Asus ZenBook Flip 13

ZenBook Flip 13 is not much different from the Chromebook, except pricier and tuned up.

Specs

  • 3-inch display
  • Windows 10 OS
  • Intel UHD Graphics 620 card
  • 256GB SSD storage
  • Eight GB RAM
  • Intel Core-i5

Pros

  • Affordable
  • 360-degrees ErgoLift hinge
  • Sleek look with great tablet mode
  • Has a well-disguised integrated Numpad
  • Audio is fantastic

Cons

  • CPU is an old model
  • Has no smart stylus

7. Microsoft Surface Pro 6

Surface Pro 6 is Microsoft’s answer to the new models from different manufacturers. It comes with intense battery life and a tuned-up CPU. While we are waiting in anticipation of the Surface Pro 7, this model is lightweight, cheap, and gorgeous.

Specs

  • 3-inch display
  • 8 to 16GB RAM
  • Intel UHD 620 Graphics card
  • 128GB to 1TB storage
  • 2736 x 1824p resolution
  • Intel Core-i5 to i7 CPU

Pros

  • Impressive battery life
  • Incredible performance
  • Vivid display
  • The keyboard is comfortable and detachable
  • Lightweight and cheap
  • Sleek design

Cons

  • SSD is sluggish
  • USB-C port is missing

8. Lenovo Yoga C930

A soundbar hinge that provides sound quality and easy keyboard removal makes Yoga C930 unique. An In-chassis stylus slot, long battery life, and a sliding webcam cover, however, makes it excellent.

Specs

  • Intel Core-i7 CPU
  • 9-inch display
  • 1080p and 4K resolution
  • 8-16GB RAM
  • 256GB-2TB storage
  • Intel UHD 620 GPU

Pros

  • Lightweight
  • Long battery life
  • Strong speakers with a webcam cover
  • Gorgeous design

Cons

  • Expensive
  • Shallow keyboard
  • Low display resolution

9. Dell XPS 15 2-in-1

Specs

  • 128-512GB PCle SSD
  • 8-16GB RAM
  • Intel Core-i5-i7
  • Radeon RX Vega M GL GPU

Pros

  • Ultra-thin look
  • Serious power
  • Impressive battery life

Cons

  • Expensive
  • Storage could be better

10. Samsung Notebook 9 Pro

Specs

  • 256GB SSD
  • 8-16GB RAM
  • Intel Core-i7
  • 3-15.6-inch FHD display
  • Touchscreen panel
  • AMD Radeon 540 Graphics to Intel HD Graphics 620 card
  • 1080p resolution

Pros

  • Premium feel
  • Incredible GPU performance
  • 360-degrees screen manipulation
  • Sturdy hinges
  • Has S-Pen

Cons

  • Low resolution
  • Cannot upgrade screen

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