A lot of kids love touchscreens and for good reason. They’re familiar with the feel thanks to smartphones, they fold up compactly and they’re easy to take notes or draw on. A two-in-one tablet and laptop gives students the versatility of a fully functional laptop with an intuitive touchscreen. Here are a few options to consider when shopping for one.
Turn it 360 degrees for optimal viewing or note-taking angles. Lenovo
A two-in-one tablet can be used as a traditional laptop with a keyboard, or folded a number of ways for optimal viewing and scrolling. To avoid fingerprints and make art and note-taking a breeze, use a stylus along with it.
Two-in-one tablets are best for online, streaming and word processing use, rather than intensive file storage or lots of downloads, which makes them a smart choice for students.
Simply log in with your Google account and get started. Dell
A Chromebook allows you to instantly access all your files saved in the Google drive. Only using Web-based programs on your tablet will keep it running extremely fast.
This model comes with built-in storage for offline access to files. Acer
This model has a very large hard drive. Dell