While Microsoft pretty much makes all of the best Windows tablets on sale right now, productivity enthusiasts looking for an affordable alternative to Surface Pro 8 and Surface Pro X may want to consider such a 2-in-1 device from HP.
Granted, the Surface Go 3 is also pretty cheap (at least compared to its ultra-high-end cousins), but if you hurry, the impossibly named HP 11m-be0023dx could be yours for just $399.99 with a physical keyboard from full size included .
With an advertised battery life of up to nine hours and a half on video playback and a “SuperSpeed” USB Type-C port that supports 30W charging, this budget-friendly beast looks positively dreamy on paper… until you get the quad. core takes Intel Pentium Silver N6000 processor into consideration.
This certainly isn’t the spiciest chip you can hope to find… in a more expensive tablet these days, but at $400 it should deliver a perfectly acceptable level of raw power for most budget buyers, mainly targeting the software experience, keyboard productivity, battery life, and SSD efficiency.