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.
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Lenovo's ThinkPad X12 Detachable is compact and robust, with trademark ThinkPad design elements present and correct. It's a good Surface Pro 7/7+ competitor, but there are some drawbacks.
Microsoft has dominated the business-grade 'tablet-first' 2-in-1 market for a long time with its Surface Pro range, but Dell, along with Lenovo, is now providing strong competition.
The new entry-level Kindle should deliver a perfectly acceptable e-reading experience, but it has a lower-resolution screen than more expensive models, and lacks a backlight.
Xiaomi's Pad 5 is a neat Android 11 tablet with a solid design, an excellent 120Hz screen, long battery life and great speakers.
HP has given its Elite x2 detachable a significant upgrade, squeezing a 13-inch screen into a similar-sized chassis to its 11.6-inch predecessor.
The 10.1-inch Transformer Book T100 is a well made and attractively priced hybrid Windows 8.1 tablet. However, its moderate specification and small size make it difficult to recommend as your primary Windows device.
ASUS has made a good job of this Atom-based 8-inch Android tablet, although fewer bundled apps that can't be removed would be preferable.
The Transformer Pad Infinity retains the superb physical design of its predecessors, adding a new high-resolution screen without impacting battery life. We'd like to see mobile broadband support, a lighter weight for the tablet/keyboard combo and a lower price, but the Infinity is still a class-leading product.
Compelling though the Galaxy NotePRO 12.2 is, the asking price will buy you a well-appointed notebook that offers more capability for the average mobile professional.