A 2-in-1 with an OLED screen for £550/$600 looks like an attractive proposition, but the trade-off is a pretty basic level of performance.
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Sony's Xperia 5 III is a well-specified phone with a price tag to match. But given that video viewing and photography using its 21:9 screen is a major selling point, you might be tempted to pay a bit more for the larger-screen flagship Xperia 1 III.
HP's Chromebook x2 11 is a nice 11-inch tablet that can double up as a productivity device with its add-on keyboard. But you can buy a competent laptop with a larger screen for a similar price.
The HP Spectre x360 16 has a powerful processor, discrete graphics and enough battery power to keep it going for most, if not all, of the day. However, it's unwieldy to use in handheld tablet mode.
If you need 5G support and can't afford a flagship-class handset, Poco's budget offering is well worth considering.
It's not a great performer and it'll charge slowly unless you dig out a 15W adapter, but this is a capable and well-built tablet for undemanding use cases.
Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Yoga Gen 6 is a gem of a 2-in-1 laptop that's compact, solidly built and highly configurable.
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