Summary: So far so good. I love this 2-1. I agree with posts that say it is heavier then most tablets, but the to me, the heaviness makes it feel more sturdy. Screen is crisp. If there is any knock it may be the sound, but nothing that a good pair of speakers won't fix. Moved fast, easy to undock from the key board. Keyboard has the feel of a regular laptop keyboard. I might have liked to see some wireless connections between the tablet and the keyboard.
Summary: Has all the functionality of a PC and the convenience of a tablet. I store my email in OneDrive and the Apple operating system can't open them. Having a Windows system with Tablet functionality allows me the advantage of using the cloud to its fullest capacity
Pros: windows functionality with tablet convenience
Summary: Specs are very solid for this convertible. A 13-inch screen, i5, 8gb ram, 1TB hard drive - a tough combination to find in this category and price point. Keyboard is responsive. Touchscreen works great. However, there are a couple snags. The screen is VERY view-angle sensitive. If you are even slightly off-center, above, or below, the screen is very hard to see. Two people sitting side-by-side will have a hard time seeing the screen clearly.
Pros: light weight screen size processor ram hard drive combo for the money
Cons: screen viewing angle convertible utility let-down by the screen wifi implementation seems slow
Summary: I purchased this computer last week and returned it the very next day. After spending an hour setting the computer I flipped it so I could stream Falling Sky's while in bed. I could hardly see the screen from any angle. The viewing angle is nothing short of terrible, and the speed was really slow. I returned it and purchased the Dell XPS 12 and could not be happier.