Summary: This computer is the best of both worlds. As a laptop it it's fast, keyboard is great. As a tablet it is so much better than anything out there! My only complaint is the camera is poor quality, not very good pictures in low light. Sunny pictures are good but will never replace my G2 phone. Above all this unit is awesome!!!! The sliding keyboard is very sturdy, much better then the Sony flip. Overall the quality fit and finish is on par with any Apple product.
Summary: Bought this product at the end of June 2013 and it has worked for a complete total of POSSIBLY 6 weeks (and that's being generous). It is now supposedly on its way back after the 2nd return. When it returned the first time, it worked a total of 2 full days. Toshiba tech support was (there were maybe 2 that were somewhat helpful - and I talked to quite a few of them believe me!) mediocre and NOT very helpful at all. Repeated return calls were never returned.
Summary: I went shopping for a convertible locally and came home empty handed. From what I could see, convertibles almost always have some pretty big problems in their design. Lenovo has the Yogabook, but it works by folding the screen all the way over so that the keyboard is exposed and upside down (they sell a case). The guys at Best Buy says people are having a lot of problems with the hinges on the Dell. On and on, you get the point.
Summary: Why I bought it: 1. Touch screen 2. SSD memory 3. Size Why I didn't liked it 1. Touch screen is not very sensitive 2. Is fast, but 120 Gb is just too little!! After adding photos and old documents (no music or movies) and there's only 20 Gb available - and didn't installed Office yet! 3. Well, size is pretty good! 4. Keyboard isn't smooth, space bar rarely work, likethisyou,know?