This functionality offered by this 7.8-inch device goes well beyond what's offered by traditional e-readers -- as does the price tag.
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There are some missing features, but this is a premium smartphone that doesn't come with a four-figure price tag.
The Moto G100 offers good performance and decent battery life, plus a dock and desktop-mode capability. It's an attractive package, but the mid-range 5G handset market is crowded.
The reMarkable 2 E Ink tablet is an excellent device for basic note-taking, but it's pricey and there are still some text-conversion issues. A backlight would be appreciated, too.
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 6.28-inch Xiaomi 12 runs on a top-end chipset and offers decent cameras plus fast charging, but battery life is disappointing and there's no certification for dust/water resistance.
Lenovo's 14-inch Yoga 9i has a superb 4K screen and fantastic speakers. Build quality is solid, and there are plenty of configurations on offer. If the leather-clad Shadow Black option doesn't appeal, you'll have to forego the tempered glass wrist rest, haptic touchpad and ultrasonic fingerprint sensor, but that's no great loss.
Although the Poco F4 GT offers features aimed specifically at gamers, this should not put off potential buyers seeking a powerful, solidly built and relatively affordable phone.
Stylish design and solid construction, along with a good specification, put the Spectre x360 14 among the leading 2-in-1 convertibles.
Sony Xperia 10 III review: A solid mid-range 5G phone with a 21:9 screen and good battery life, but the price is high
Sony's wide-screen Xperia 10 III is a well-built and long-lasting 5G phone, but its 60Hz refresh rate, an unremarkable camera setup, and lack of fast charging out of the box do it no favours.