The device that we will take a look at today can’t be described as a convertible since it doesn’t have a 360-degree hinge or any type of flip mechanism.
The Dell Latitude 12 7210 (2-in-1) can be better described as a tablet, with a full-fledged Comet Lake U-chip, as to use it as a tablet, you would have to detach it from the keyboard, similar to the Surface Go 2. As with most convertibles, it features premium materials and a hefty price tag, making it a difficult purchase.
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