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Best Of Lenovo's Hybrid Devices: ThinkPad T460, Yoga 910, Ideapad 100S, Yoga 710, Yoga 900S

By JR O. , Dec 08, 2016 03:08 AM EST
Lenovo's wide array of 2-in-1s makes it easy for everyone to choose a hybrid laptop that fits them. (Photo : Lenovo / YouTube)

When it comes to hybrid devices, there really isn't a lot of brands that easily come to mind. Sure Microsoft has given us the Surface Pro and the Surface Book, but are these really affordable to everyone? Luckily, though, Lenovo has changed this thing about the hybrid market. The company is able to release one 2-in-1 device after the other. Lenovo's range of 2-in-1s even comes with different prices and sizes, giving everyone a hybrid device that is perfect for them. Here are some of Lenovo's best convertibles.

Lenovo ThinkPad T460

The Lenovo ThinkPad may not be as lightweight and as elegant-looking as your modern and premium hybrids, but Lenovo may have done this to make room for all your needed ports. Know that the ThinkPad T460 has HDMI, SD card reader, three USB ports, Mini DisplayPort and a smart card reader. With that said, this hybrid device isn't really a bad idea despite it being a humongous 2-in-1. In fact, it is a solid deal for a price of $629. It may not be for everyone but it is certainly for people looking for a fully functional laptop with a convertible body.

Lenovo Yoga 910

The Yoga 910 is one of Lenovo's laptops that's ready for any beauty contest. It is a gorgeous 13.9-inch laptop that has an almost bezel-free display. It's got a mighty 7th Gen processor too, so it's pretty much as fast as you'd want it to be. Keep in mind though that Lenovo hasn't been as generous about ports with the Yoga 910 compared to the ThinkPad T460. But for a device that offers the best of both tablet and laptop worlds, the Yoga 910 is a good deal at $1049.

Lenovo Ideapad 100S

Ideapad 100S' topmost asset has got to be its affordable price. For under $200, you'd get an attractive laptop with a long battery life. Its specs may be midrange in nature but it's just perfect for casual usage. This hybrid device is powered by an Intel Atom CPU and comes with 2 GB RAM and 32 GB hard drive.

Lenovo Yoga 710 14in

The Lenovo Yoga 710 14in runs Skylake Core i7 processor and comes with up to 256 GB SSD. It also uses Nvidia 940M graphics making it a good startup gaming hybrid. For just around $499 (as per Tech Radar), this convertible seems like a solid deal.

Lenovo Yoga 900S

The Lenovo Yoga 900S is a stylish 2-in-1 with a thin and light design. It is essentially a sexier version of its 13.3-inch sibling called the Lenovo Yoga 900. Nevertheless, this laptop hasn't sacrificed its ports for its thinness. It has full sized USB ports and overall a superb set of specs. For a starting price of $1099, this Lenovo hybrid is a pretty good deal.

As a whole, Lenovo is one reliable brand for convertibles. There are a few other names that released 2-in-1 devices like Acer and Microsoft, but not a lot of computer makers have dedicated so much effort in producing a wide array of hybrid devices. Lenovo may be the only brand with a wide range of 2-in-1s.

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