Tablets are definitely a more instant way to keep in touch, as long as you’re hooked up to the Wi-Fi. They’re easy to carry around and can be pulled out as easily as a smartphone, without the boot-up time or the tablespace required for a laptop. However, this massive convenience is offset by a lack of flexibility – you won’t run games on a tablet and it’s unlikely you’ll have a very productive meeting if a tablet is all you have with you.
For an example of these impressive hybrids take a look at Misco’s range of laptops. You might be surprised to note that the new hybrids are a little higher in price than most laptops, and this is indicative of the build quality – as well as the processing power of a laptop you’ve got the built-in touchscreen (which, on most laptops, will still work while unfolded, meaning double the flexibility while you’re on the move), the folding mechanism itself and the ability to completely customize your tech experience depending on where you are and what you need to do.