Useful laptop cum tablet
Overall User Rating (3.5 Out of 5 based on 92 ratings)
Overall: A good laptop, albeit a low-configuration one. The proposition is attractive - you can get a laptop and a tablet for the price of one device. But in practice, you don't take out the tablet part much. Almost 99% of the times I use it as a laptop. But still, it's good to have the functionality of the tablet.
Note that this comes in two models - one that has a 64GB storage built into the tablet, and the other model has 32GB storage in the tablet and an additional 500GB built with the keyboard area. The 32GB+500GB option (this one) is more expensive, but it's worth having a bit more memory. Just 64GB is too less if you are planning to keep some documents, a few movies and music. However, I must note that Amazon's price is not the best for model. Check out other online retailers if you want the best price.
UPDATE (after a year): When I bought it, this was one of the very few options available for hybrid tablet-laptops - so it felt good. But the small screen/keyboard size is a pain. (literally - the neck pains if you work long hours on it). And now with Microsoft Surface Books available (which are almost perfect laptop-tablet hybrids) - why buy something which is clearly a compromise?