I've been seeing these netbook-tablet hybrids for some time and there is quite a variety in the 200-400€ range. A typical representative of the group has a 10", 1280x800 or 1366x768 screen, an Atom CPU (such as X5-8300), 2GB RAM and 64GB SSD (with microSD slot) and looks like a regular laptop when its keyboard is attached. I played with one of these (HP Pavilion X2 10) and I was pleasantly surprised. It didn't feel poorly built (everywhere they say that 12" is metallic and 12" is all plastic, but I'd swear that it was made of metal?!), it latches onto the dock both easily and securely (btw, it can face both sides), the battery supposedly goes on forever and even when I fired up Word, the screen looked surprisingly suitable, considering its size and resolution (possibly thanks to Windows 10 scaling the display? If that's the case, it did a really good job.). Also, this particular model was rather stable when used as a laptop, despite the relative bulkiness of the screen portion (which houses the mobo, CPU, battery, etc). But still, the question is whether they can be really useful with 2GB RAM and an Atom CPU? The machine generally seemed smooth, but, for example, the scroll bar in Edge would be unresponsive while the page was being loaded and rendered (although it seemed to react better to touchscreen input than to touchpad/keyboard, something which is supposedly a general issue with this entire class of 2 in 1 devices; here, I didn't notice any lag in most cases, but, apparently, when CPU was busy, the dock, that is keyboard and touchpad, seemed to have a harder time delivering the input; still, I only had a few minutes with it, so it could be a fluke). As for RAM, I don't mean to use it as a server, but still, if it's going to pretend to be a laptop, I'd like to be able to have an email client, a word processor or a spreadsheet and a browser with several tabs open at the same time without the performance being compromised. So what's your take on these devices? In particular, does anyone have any first hand experience with them?