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Every time I boot up the Tab P11 Plus, I spend a few minutes trying to figure out exactly how Lenovo managed to make this tablet for under $300. The MediaTek Helio G90T chip inside is powerful enough that the P11 Plus rarely feels slow; even games like Dead Cells run well. The 11-inch LCD screen looks sharp, thanks to the 2K resolution, plus it gets really bright. It's slim and portable, yet large enough to watch TV shows, and the quad speakers sound great.
Another great new feature is support for Thunderbolt 3 and USB4 so you can transfer files faster than ever or connect to multiple 4K monitors. There is also a new software magic trick called Center Stage that keeps you in the frame of a video during conference calls when using supported platforms (FaceTime, Zoom). Yes, the iPad Pro is expensive, at $1,099 starting, but you won't find a better tablet on the market.
Three features might sell you on the Duet 5. One is that it lasted for nearly 14 hours in our battery test! 13 hours and 31 minutes to be exact, which easily outlasts just about any other tablet on this list. That's madness! Next is its bright, vivid OLED display. Whether you're watching Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max, or any other streaming platform, you can enjoy visual eye candy at any time of day. Finally the price, its full price is just under $500 and you can often find it for around $400.
The best 2-in-1 laptop we've tested is the Microsoft Surface Pro 8 (2021), a tablet PC with a built-in kickstand and detachable keyboard. With this tablet form factor, you detach the keyboard to make it lighter and easier to hold or to save space. Its 3:2 IPS panel looks sharp and has a 120Hz refresh rate to make pen input feel more responsive. The keyboard feels good to type on, but you need to buy it separately, and the same goes for the stylus. Its 1080p webcam is excellent and among the best on the market, and you also get an IR camera for quick logins via facial recognition. The battery lasts only around seven hours of light use, but luckily, the power adapter is fairly compact, and you can also charge via its USB-C/Thunderbolt 4 ports. You can configure it with an Intel 11th Gen. Core i5 or i7 and up to 32GB of memory and 1TB of storage.
If you don't want to spend too much on a premium model and are okay with some compromises, get the Lenovo Yoga 7i 14 (2021). Unlike our top pick, the Microsoft Surface Pro 8 (2021), this is a clamshell laptop with a 360-degree hinge. You can set up the laptop in tent mode for presentations and media consumption or flip it around and use it as a tablet. It's a thin and light device, so it's easy to carry around and has all-day battery life. You get a comfortable keyboard, a responsive touchpad, and a wide port selection that includes two USB-C/Thunderbolt 4 ports.
At under $300, this tablet is a on the cheaper end without sacrificing incredible quality and precision. Sales come frequently for this unit, so if you want to draw on the go without spending your whole paycheck, the XP-Pen Artist13.3 is a perfect option. 2b1af7f3a8