It has great performance, even better looks and enough battery to last you through a workday. With its signature watchband hinge, 6th-gen Intel Core i7 CPU and 8 hours of battery life, the Lenovo Yoga 900 is perfectly suited for use at home or in the office. Oh, and did we forget to mention that this 2-in-1 measures just 0.59 inches thick and weighs only 2.8 pounds? That means it's thinner and lighter than a nonconvertible MacBook Air. You also get a sharp 13.3-inch 3200 x 1800 screen, four USB ports (including one Type-C) and a choice of three attractive color schemes. Unless you desperately need discrete graphics in your 2-in-1, the Lenovo Yoga 900 is the 2-in-1 with the total package.
This 15.6-inch bend-back hybrid has a vibrant screen that can display over 100 percent of the sRGB gamut and a stylish aluminum chassis, both features you don't often find for under $650. A comfy keyboard and solid performance help make the Aspire R 15 feel like a premium device at a budget-friendly price.
With a super-thin magnesium body and the best (optional) removable keyboard on the market, the $899 Surface Pro 4 remains the best detachable you can buy. The latest model of Microsoft's trend-setting 2-in-1 also has a stunningly bright and sharp 12.3-inch PixelSense touch display, top-tier performance, a range of CPU and storage options while shipping with the super handy Surface Pen.
The best-looking 2-in-1 we've tested, HP's Spectre x360 13t comes in a snazzy ash and copper chassis that makes it look more like a work of art than a laptop that transforms into tent, tablet or stand modes. Better still, this 13-inch hybrid comes with a gorgeous 2560 x 1440 display, strong performance and more than 8 hours of battery life.
If you need to get serious work done, the ThinkPad X1 Yoga is your best choice. This 14-inch bend-back 2-in-1 combines a colorful screen, snappy keyboard and stylus with more than 8 hours of battery life. The X1 Yoga has also been designed to pass MIL-SPEC 810G durability tests for extreme shocks, vibrations and temperatures.
If you want a larger 2-in-1, the HP Spectre x360 15t is your best choice. Starting at $1,149 this premium portable has a high-end aluminum chassis, colorful, 15.6-inch display and over 8 hours of battery life. At just 4.2-pounds and .63 inches thick, the Spectre X360 15t is as easy on your back as it is on your eyes.
Chrome OS is pulling double-duty in the Asus Chromebook Flip, which bends to be a notebook, a tablet and anything in between. This $249 device offers a vibrant 10-inch display and more than 9 hours of battery life. It also weighs less than 2 pounds, making it an easily portable hybrid. The Flip is improved by new Chrome OS features, like Google Now voice commands and Unlock with Android, which lets you unlock the notebook's screen by using your smartphone. Also, now that Android apps, including Dropbox and Vine, are available on Chrome OS, the Chromebook Flip is a good Android tablet alternative.
Between its $800 price and strong battery life, 1080p display and solid specs, the Lenovo Yoga 710 is one of our favorite 2-in-1s. And at 3.4 pounds and 12.7 x 8.8 x 0.6 inches, the Yoga is just as compact as hybrids with smaller 13-inch displays. Photoshop and amateur videos editors will appreciate its Nvidia GeForce 940MX GPU.
Due out in October, the successor to Lenovo's popular Yoga 900 uses a nearly bezel-free design to increase the screen size from 13.3 to 13.9 inches without making the laptop larger. The $1,299 Yoga 910 has the same attractive aesthetic and watchband hinge that we love on the 900, but also steps up its maximum screen resolution to a full 4K while swapping in a more powerful, 7th Generation Core Series CPU.