The new 2 in 1s are powerful PCs that can transform from a notebook into a tablet. These computers, sometimes called hybrid PCs, are great for today's mobile worker. Why? Let's find out.
By having both a notebook and a tablet in one device, you enjoy the advantages of both. Use it in notebook mode to get work done and switch to tablet mode to make an impression during meetings. Time to replace your old notebook? You can get two devices for the price of one.
So easy to carry around
Work will take you places, whether it's meetings, conventions or site visits. It's great to have a lightweight PC like a 2 in 1 you can take everywhere. Some 2 in 1s even have a screen that can be detached and used as a tablet, letting you shed the excess weight when you don't need it.
You work hard, so you need a device that can keep up. The 2 in 1 is powered by a 5th generation Intel® Core™ processor that lets you move effortlessly between applications, get a burst of speed whenever you need, wake it in a flash, and access files instantly. This is performance you can count on.
Same OS as your work apps
2 in 1 devices commonly run Windows*, the same operating system as most common office apps. With the new Windows 10, you may also get incredible battery life, great multitasking capabilities and more responsive apps. With Windows Hello, you have facial, iris and fingerprint recognition for instant secure log-ins without passwords. Better still, not only can you access and work on your documents, spreadsheets and presentation slides anywhere, you can make notes directly onto web pages for improved productivity with Microsoft Edge*, even in tablet mode.
Make an impression
Of course, 2 in 1s are sleek, modern devices that look just as good as they perform. Leave an impression with clients that you and your company are up-to-date on technology.
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