In the last few months, I’ve had the opportunity of testing three distinctly different convertible laptops across three different price ranges. The first was the Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Yoga, the third-generation model in the popular line of business convertibles by Lenovo. The second was the more pocket-friendly Lenovo Yoga 730, which was a mild refresh over the existing Yoga 720. The last was the most affordable convertible of the three, theHP Pavilion x360. It’s essentially last year’s Spectre x360 resurrected as a Pavilion to offer more value for money.
Now that I’ve tested the three, let’s pit them against a standard set of parameters to review how they performed. We expect to learn which was the best in each parameter through this article. Off we go: