Want a tablet but need a laptop? Get them both!

We’ve got a 2 in 1 for everyone with Intel®

The grass always seems greener on the other side. That’s why smart 21st century go getters make sure they have the best of both worlds – especially when it comes to their computers.

Why force yourself to decide between a tablet and a laptop when you can have your cake and eat it too with Intel®’s 2 in 1 range? They are small enough to slip into your handbag in laptop mode and if you flip, click, spin or slide the devices, they turn into tablets, meaning they’re perfect for both work and play.

HP Pavillion X360

Personally, we love the HP Pavilion X360. The device comes with a 360-degree hinge, making it one of the most easily convertible models around. You can adjust and turn it into a notebook for working, stand it up to watch films, angle it to play games or lose the stand to transform the device into a tablet. The device was designed with music in mind and has a reputation for the best-sounding, richest audio on a PC!

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Another favourite of ours from Intel®’s 2 in 1 range is the ASUS T100. It comes with Windows 8.1 for all your essential Microsoft Office programmes, including Word and Excel.  When you’re done with work for the day and want to chill out by streaming a film, its 10 inch HD screen provides sharp vibrant images for high quality viewing. It also boasts a stylish soft touch surface, making it comfortable to hold and a dedicated reading mode to reduce eyestrain.

Lenovo Yoga

Finally, we can’t talk about Intel®’s 2 in 1 range without mentioning the Lenovo Yoga. This tablet and laptop in one is among the lightest on the market, ideal for people who are busy and on the go. Its outstanding eight-hour battery life also means that it can last all day without needing to be recharged.

Check out the full range now at www.very.co.uk to find out more about Intel®’s complete 2 in 1 range!

27th May 2014
Written by Very_Lauren

Posted by: Mike 30 May 2014

I love gadgets but sometimes the best thing is a bit of quirky technology like the henry hoover.