Surface Pro 3, or Dell XPS infinity (touch screen variant)
Does anyone have experience with these?
I don't no, but I would personally go for an XPS , especially if it's a 15" like the one in the pic
If you want a laptop, buy a fucking laptop, if you want a tablet, buy a fucking tablet.
The thing is you can pick up a cheap tablet for like £100 these days, or even less. There's no point getting some rubbish 2-in-1 12" tablet crap to try and do real work on, when you could spend your money on a proper full size laptop that actually gives you the room to get proper shit done, and still get a tablet for the occasions you might need that (and really, what are the purposes of a tablet besides occasional browsing when you're sat on the sofa / taking a shit?)
what do you want in a laptop? thin and light?
get the new x1 carbon
do you care about more than 12 hours of battery life?
get the t450s
do you want touch screen functionality in a thin and light package?
get the new x1 yoga
Only real use is jacking off.
Laying down on bed, laptop resting on stomach/chest, right hand doing the work, left hand scrolls using the touch screen. Don't have to awkwardly reach for the trackpad while masturbating.
>jerking off with your right hand
Surface pro if you are constantly handwriting or drawing. XPS I if you need laptop the most.
Toshiba dynapad as an alternative.
Choose your lappy.
A lot of stuff from CES and the dynaPad mentioned in thread.
Got the i5 2015 model. I went on amazon reviews and saw that the UX303 had a shit load of hinge issues and I just hope I don't run into that with my one, maybe the 305 has a better hinge
>first week of comp sci
>everyone has new laptops , many have touchscreen
>using their touchscreens to scroll web pages and navigate the web
>fast forward 2 years and nobody uses it anymore because its awful
>some have it disabled because teachers will often times touch it and move the cursor or scroll the screen by accident
Neither, both have high resolution displays which is pointless on a laptop as it typically leads to worse GPU performance and battery life than a lower resolution display.
I'd get the XPS 15 with 1080p display instead and doesn't have a touch screen that you probably won't use anyways.
And if anyone recommends a thinkpad, laugh at their faces.
>not getting a 1080p thinkpad
literally name one thing that the XPS does better
>worse build quality all around
>broke bios shit on launch
>god awful screen auto brightness
>only 1.2mm of key travel
possibly it only has better battery life if you're comparing it to the carbon
if you're just going for raw specs then actually yeah I say skip the thinkpads for 2016. none of them have fucking thunderbolt