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Lenovo ThinkPad 10
Lenovo has produced a business tablet worthy of the ThinkPad brand. The ThinkPad 10 is a tablet that coupled with the Ultrabook dock turns into a full laptop.
The high-resolution display has wide viewing angles, a must for a tablet. The light weight of the ThinkPad 10 makes it a very good tablet, and coupled with one of the optional keyboards it becomes a solid laptop replacement.
Lenovo ThinkPad 10 configurations:
Processor Intel Atom Processor Z3795 SoC Quad Core Display 10.1” (1,920 x 1,200) IPS Weight 598gm (1.31lbs) Memory 2GB - 4GB Storage 51GB - 128GB Battery 10 hours Price $599 up
Asus Transformer Book X300
The Transformer line from Asus has been around for years, starting with Android and now with Windows 8. The X300 is heavy but that's expected in such a large tablet.
The full laptop dock has a battery that extends the life of the tablet with its own battery.
Asus Transformer Book X300 configurations:
Processor Intel Core i5, i7 Display 13.3-inch (1,920x1,080) Weight Tablet: 0.95kg; Dock: 0.95kg (with battery) Memory 4GB Storage 320GB - 500GB HDD with 128GB SSD Battery 8 hours Price $1,499
Dell Venue 11 Pro
The Dell Venue tablet line has a number of solid peformers. The Venue 11 Pro is a good compromise in size for both the tablet and laptop functions. It is unique among Windows hybrids in that the battery can be swapped on the go for limitless battery life.
Dell Venue 11 Pro configurations:
Processor Intel Atom; processor (Quad-Core) Display 10.8-inch; HD LCD (1366x768) Weight 771.5gm (1.57lb) Memory 2GB Storage 32GB - 256GB Battery User replaceable Price $429.99