Which is the Best Convertible Laptop for 2022?

It’s 2022, and you may be on the lookout for a new laptop and tablet to start your new career or to upgrade from your old one. Why get two devices and dabble between them when you can get both on the same device? But with tonnes of 2-in-1 devices out in the market, you want the best one; So which one is it? Well, we will take a look at a device we believe is not just the one or two, but the 2-in-1 for you – The Microsoft Surface Pro 7.  

After years of alterations and tweaks across the primary few models, the Surface Pros style has stayed quite constant over the last four iterations. You may set the Surface Pro seven besides the previous versions and, other than color variations, realize that you can’t tell them apart at a glance. The newly added USB-C port ultimately gives it away; however, they’re otherwise near-interchangeable. 

As far as design is concerned, the magnesium-alloy build feels high quality and is comparatively compact and sleek for a computing device. It measures 7.9 by 11.5 by 0.33 inches and weighs just 1.7 pounds – a very portable machine regardless of how you slice it. 

For comparison, the Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 measures 8.2 by 11.7 by 0.51 inches weighing 2.9 pounds, and presents itself as a laptop first. Overall, the Pro 7’s platinum-colored industrial look hasn’t aged badly. The bezels are still pretty large, which is becoming a lot obvious as each slim laptop out there opts for razor-thin ones. 

The Surface Pro 7 still appears slick as ever, although the look seems a touch dated by 2022’s standards, particularly the widescreen bezels. This was created by the emergence of the Surface professional X, introduced initially alongside the professional 7. 

Of course, it’s not a matter of just merely applying a style factor to the Surface Pro 7; otherwise, Microsoft would have already done so. The professional 7 uses an Intel chip and is almost a fully loaded Windows PC. You don’t have to worry about programs you’ll be able to run as they are perfectly compatible with the Surface Pro 7. Questions of, are they compiled for ARM? Are they 64-bit or 32-bit? Nope, None of that.

Hopes that a new-look version of the Surface Pro would arrive in a year or 2 loomed within the air. However, thus far, that style remains the latest. A Surface Pro that appears just like the Surface Pro X but uses a powerful processor is the dream most users have been looking forward to since 2021. 

As for the 2-in-1 performance aspect of Surface Pro 7 as a laptop and a tablet, the ‘Pros’ (pun intended) still ‘outweigh’ the cons, given the Surface lines unchanged lightweight, ergonomic design. 

Assuming most still wonder why the Surface Pro 7 is the best in ergonomics, here’s a rundown. Since its debut, the integral rear kickstand, which has been the topic of mimicry, is dead similar to the previous models. Its adjustable hinge permits you to recline the screen through a range of 165 degrees, along with the ability to be used in a nearly flat position, which can be helpful for sketching or note-taking. 

The first Surface models featured a hinge with a restricted range of set adjustment points. Thus this “free-range” system continues to be much preferable. The kickstand is simply one feature that helps turn the Pro 7 into a laptop. It’s the Pro 7’s detached free-range Type Cover that makes all the difference. Why? Because it forever has been the reason for the Surface Pros versatility and being subject to copycats all over the market. 

The keyboard magnetically attaches itself to the Surface professional, making the transition from Tablet to Laptop a breeze. However, the Type Cover is sold separately, which is a bit of a letdown that Microsoft could probably look into. Meanwhile, it hardly feels worthwhile to continue beating this drum, as Microsoft doesn’t want to commit to packaging the keyboard along with the tablet. 

Considering the Surface Pro 7 is already on the expensive side, adding another expensive peripheral to induce its full potential is a bitter pill to swallow. But that’s the only con to it. The keyboard is an integral part of the whole experience, and it’s the keyboard that completes the 2-in-1 concept. 

It also is an excellent keyboard for its kind. Despite its sleek design, the SurfaceType Cover offers an astonishingly comfortable typing experience, with good essential travel, and is also pretty sturdy. It also has backlighting, which is adjustable through multiple levels of brightness. 

What makes it even more ergonomic is that you can also angle the keyboard for a softer typing angle by folding the upper lip of the keyboard against the screen, where more magnets hold it in place. This isn’t very new as its design was introduced to the Surface line many iterations ago, and it makes a difference. The touchpad is exceptional, and it tracks smoothly. 

Of course, it also has all the tech you need as well. It features a 12.3-inch, 10-point Multi-Touch PixelSense Display with a 2736 x 1824 pixel Resolution, 267 PPI, 3:2 aspect ratio that can bring all your content to life with vibrant colors and clarity. 

A Quad-core 10th Gen Intel Core™ i5-1035G4 Processor coupled with Intel Iris Plus integrated graphics ensures powerful performance. It has 8GB LPDDR4xRAM and a 128GB SSD for storage. 

It has a Windows Hello Face Authentication enabled 5MP front-facing camera for easy access and log-in with 1080p full HD video. It also has an 8MP rear-facing autofocus camera with 1080p full HD video. The Dual far-field Studio Mics takes care of all your video calls and audio input purposes. The device also comes with 1.6W stereo speakers with Dolby Audio that is louder and clearer than one would expect from such a slim device. 

Connectivity options include 1 x USB-C, 1 x USB-A, 1 x 3.5 mm headphone jack, 1 x Surface Connect port, 1 x Surface Type Cover port, 1 x MicroSDXC card reader, 1 x Compatible with Surface Dial off-screen interaction, Bluetoooth v5.0 and WiFi 6.

So Yes, it does have performance and features just like most other devices out there, but all that is not what makes the Surface Pro the best. 

You most probably will realize that the whole point of the Surface Pro 7’s popularity lies not in the battle of specs but the entire user experience and the simple, innovative ideas that bring it about, making it the best convertible laptop for 2022. 

You can find the Microsoft Surface Pro 7 Intel Core I5 10th Gen Windows 10 Home 2 In 1 Laptop right here at Poorvika for the price of ₹87,990.

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