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Notebookcheck's Top 10 Convertibles

April 2017 update. Here you will find the best convertibles reviewed by Notebookcheck in the last few months. Our list of top models is regularly updated, maintained and commented on and should assist in purchase decisions.

For the original German article, see here.

Convertibles, also known as two-in-one or multi-mode PCs, are hybrids that can be used as a tablet or a laptop. There are many different types: docking tablets with a keyboard base, slider solutions over a fixed keyboard unit or clamshell chassis with a 360-degree hinge. Depending on their requirements, prospective buyers will certainly find the most appropriate solution for their needs. Many manufacturers offer docking tablets as well as 360-degree solutions. Lenovo has been a pioneer with its Yoga models for business and consumer sectors.

Top 10 Convertible Notebooks as of April 2017

Pos.RatingDateImageModelWeightHeightSizeResolutionScreenBest Price
188%11/2015Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
Intel Core m3-6Y30
Intel HD Graphics 515
4 GB Memory, 128 GB SSD
1.1 kg8.5 mm12.3"2736x1824glossy
288%03/2017
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Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10RToshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
Intel Core i7-7600U
Intel HD Graphics 620
16 GB Memory, 512 GB SSD
1 kg15.4 mm12.5"1920x1080matte
387%07/2016Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
Intel Core i7-6600U
Intel HD Graphics 520
16 GB Memory, 1000 GB SSD
1.3 kg16,8 mm14"2560x1440glossy
487%02/2017Dell XPS 13-9365Dell XPS 13-9365
Intel Core i7-7Y75
Intel HD Graphics 615
8 GB Memory, 256 GB SSD
1.2 kg13.7 mm13.3"1920x1080glossy
587%03/2016Microsoft Surface Book Core i7Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
Intel Core i7-6600U
NVIDIA Maxwell GPU Surface Book (940M, GDDR5)
16 GB Memory, 512 GB SSD
1.5 kg23 mm13.5"3000x2000glossy
687%07/2016HP Spectre x2 12-a001ngHP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
Intel Core m3-6Y30
Intel HD Graphics 515
4 GB Memory, 256 GB SSD
1.2 kg13.1 mm12"1920x1280glossy
787%04/2016HP Elite x2 1012 G1HP Elite x2 1012 G1
Intel Core m5-6Y54
Intel HD Graphics 515
8 GB Memory, 256 GB SSD
1.2 kg8.05 mm12.1"1920x1280glossy
886%02/2017Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351TAsus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
Intel Core i5-7200U
Intel HD Graphics 620
8 GB Memory, 256 GB SSD
1.3 kg14 mm13.3"1920x1080glossy
986%11/2016Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTELenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
Intel Atom x5-Z8550
Intel HD Graphics 400 (Braswell)
4 GB Memory, 64 GB eMMC
695 g9.6 mm10.1"1920x1080glossy
1086%12/2016Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGELenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
Intel Core i7-7500U
Intel HD Graphics 620
16 GB Memory, 512 GB SSD
1.4 kg14.3 mm13.9"3840x2160glossy

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Top 10 of the previous 10 months at the time of writing - current articles are listed first
Link: all reviewed convertibles ordered by total rating

Editors' Comments

Potential buyers who want a Windows tablet will not want to get stuck in the very first app due to the low performance of their device. Thus, there are many devices with real SSDs and Core m or Core i processors (with/without fan) on the market. All models listed in this top list offer notebook performance - at least, almost all.

An interesting top model missed the top list by a very small margin, the Asus Transformer 3 Pro T303UA-GN050T (see review). Its excellent display, great keyboard, and stable kickstand case are only a few advantages. However, the Surface competitor does not perform well enough in battery life and performance.

The compact 11.6-inch Lenovo Yoga 700-11ISK also misses the list (here in review). The performance is affected due to the weak cooling, the input devices are bad and the display uses PWM to dim the backlight. The bright IPS panel is an advantage, the same as the good runtimes, but the other competitors have that as well.

Lenovo's IdeaPad Miix 720-12IKB (here in review) missed our ranking in March, a rating of 85% is currently not enough to enter the list. The premium tablet with an attachable keyboard has problems with the noise, but offers a great display as well as a solid case in return.

The Acer Aspire Switch Alpha 12 SA5-271-56HM (i5, 128 GB) (here in review), dropped out of the ranking after many months. It is a 12-inch system with liquid cooling (no fan) and excellent performance. The price-performance ratio of the entry-level model is still great at 750 Euros (~$795), but the short runtime of 5:21 hours is a drawback.

1st

For battery life: Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
For battery life: Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
For performance with a fan: Microsoft Surface Pro 4, i5/i7
For performance with a fan: Microsoft Surface Pro 4, i5/i7

Microsoft's proposal for the next-generation notebook has already advanced into the fourth round. The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 combines tablet and notebook in the shape of a highly mobile, handy device. Not only does the Pro model of the Surface stand out with its steep price, but it also claims best possible performance. Performance-wise, it is supposed to be an adequate laptop replacement, which renders clamshell computers redundant. We have reviewed variants with efficient Core m3 (Skylake), Core i5 (Skylake) and Core i7 (see comparison). The m3 got the first place, since it remains cooler, is silent (fanless) and delivers a longer battery life.

The tester was delighted: Lower power consumption, silent operation, and longer battery life than the Core i5 model are obvious advantages. However, what is really positive is that the experienced performance is hardly different. The benchmarks show a tolerable disadvantage of only 20%.

There is no question that this is by far the best rendition of the Surface concept to date - and the first one that, despite its inherent design limitations might legitimately be considered as a suitable replacement for a conventional laptop.

The display has been improved compared to the predecessor: Not only is it significantly brighter, but it also delivers higher resolution, lower color deviation, and bigger gamut. The Type Cover has also been improved. Instead of a mediocre keyboard replacement, you will get a great input device, which can now keep up with Ultrabooks. For the first time, this is also true of the touchpad. Furthermore, the Surface pen is included in the scope of delivery. Compared to a laptop, the connectivity is poor with only a single USB 3.0 port and a DisplayPort. The price is quite high and easily exceeds 1000 Euros (~$1097) with the Type Cover.

The Acer Aspire Switch Alpha 12 (6th place) might be the better choice for consumers: It brings the performance of a fanless 15-watt SoC with a Core i5 processor and a 3K panel for only 800 Euros (~$877). Consumers should also consider the Spectre x2 12-a003ng (5th place) as an alternative to the Surface Pro 4. Currently, the 12-inch device costs 1100 Euros (~$1206). Professional users probably might find the HP Elite x2 1012 G1 (5th place) to be the strongest competitor. It features a lower resolution, but has Type-C USB and LTE (version). Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Tablet (see review) also wanted to be a competitor, but several weaknesses emerged in our review. See also our Comparison of the Top 5 Convertibles.

Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3

Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core i5, 128GB

Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core i7, 256GB

2nd

Performance lightweight: Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
Performance lightweight: Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
Editor's Choice Award in March 2017: Toshiba Portege X20W
Editor's Choice Award in March 2017: Toshiba Portege X20W

Toshiba's 360-degree system is a rival for the Surface Pro 4 and actually manages to beat the top dog. A quick look at the ranking does not look like a win for the Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R (here in review), but the comparable Core i5 version of the Surface Pro 4  scored only 86% (shorter runtime than on the m3-SKU). 

The promise of real laptop power with good Turbo utilization in the smallest convertible size is kept. 

We are impressed by the performance: The processor can use its Turbo all the time, and does not get too loud or too hot. It is still able to last long 12 hours in the Wi-Fi test. 

The emissions that are hardly worth mentioning follows this: The small fan is virtually inaudible.

Then there is a sophisticated chassis, which is extremely light and still offers some maintenance options. The high price (2300 Euros/~$2437) already suggests that the Toshiba Portege X20W is targeted at managers and not students. The former get almost all the tools in terms of security: TPM, fingerprint, IR camera for Windows Hello, Toshiba BIOS, and Intel Active Management. You also get an AES Stylus Pen.

A real rarity is the anti-reflective touch display. We can only find drawbacks in terms of the keyboard (illuminated), because the feedback is not firm enough for our taste. The webcam is also bad.

The high price will probably drive private customers towards the fanless Aspire Switch Alpha 12 (here in review), which does not create any noise and provides high performance as well. The Switch Alpha however, has shorter battery runtimes and is much heavier. Microsoft's Surface Pro 4 Core i5 has a quieter fan. The IdeaPad Miix 720-12IKB (here in review), which just missed the ranking, throttles and is too loud, but the keyboard provides more feedback (also illuminated), which does not have to hide behind the Surface Pro 4.

3rd

high performance & OLED: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga
high performance & OLED: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga

ThinkPad X1 goes Yoga. Lenovo has replaced the hinges of the ThinkPad X1 with a 360-degree hinge and out comes the ThinkPad X1 Yoga (IPS-Model in TestOLED-Model in Test), from which we had a variant with an Intel Core i7-6500U and 512 GB SSD under review. The testers praised the solid and well-designed business convertible made from carbon fiber and magnesium alloy, which includes an active stylus. The high performance of the actively cooled Core i processor and the high color and grayscale precision (after calibration) of the 2560x1440 display are attractive. Obviously, the 1.36 kg (~3 lb) device is not as lightweight as the Surface Pro 4 (1.1 kg/~2.4 lb) or the HP Elite x2 1012 G1 (1.2 kg/~2.6 lb; with keyboard dock). On the other hand, the 14-inch device is perfectly suitable for work with many interfaces (yet no Type-C USB) and a premium keyboard with backlight.

The ThinkPad X1 Yoga does what it was designed for rather well - but at a price.

Unfortunately, there are also disadvantages: The ThinkPad X1 Yoga loses points because of the mediocre battery life of six hours (Wi-Fi test) and the not particularly bright display. The high price of 1950 to 2300 Euros (~$2206 to ~$2602) might discourage many prospective buyers. Thus, the author recommends the HP Spectre x360 13, which is targeted at consumers, as a cheaper alternative (about 1000 Euros/~$1131). There are hardly any alternatives with similar size (14-inch) and similar performance (Intel Core i): HP's EliteBook Revolve 810 G3 also weighs 1.4 kg (~3.1 lb), but features a no longer up-to-date HD resolution and is only an 11.6-inch device. The 12.5-inch Portégé Z20t-B-10C has a weaker performance and weighs 1.5 kg (~3.3 lb).

After our US colleagues had the ThinkPad X1 Yoga with IPS panel under review, we reviewed an X1 Yoga with OLED display. Compared to the otherwise almost identical IPS model, the battery life is slightly shorter by 45 minutes. The glossy surface of the OLED display will not appeal to everyone, when using it outdoors. On the other hand, the panel has workstation qualities with a perfect contrast and a huge gamut. The better display and connectivity sub ratings ensure a higher total rating. Thus, the OLED edition has replaced the IPS variant in the top list and the X1 Yoga has climbed to the 4th place. We had the following models under review:

Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Yoga (IPS)

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga (OLED)

4th

XPS 13 goes Convertible: XPS 13 9365 2-in-1
XPS 13 goes Convertible: XPS 13 9365 2-in-1
Editor's Choice Award in February 2017: XPS 13 9365 2-in-1
Editor's Choice Award in February 2017: XPS 13 9365 2-in-1

Dell also seeks to produce convertibles which can keep up with the Surface Pro 4. A 360 degrees solution with Core m (new name: Core i7-7Y75) is supposed to be the top seller. In the XPS 13-9365 (see review), Dell does not use a powerful SoC. This does not need to be a bad idea, since Microsoft is still unrivalled leading the top list with the Surface Pro 4 with Core m3 (88%).

Users who want to do more than just web browsing, video streaming, and word processing may still prefer an Ultrabook with a U-class processor. Otherwise, this is easily one of our favorite 2-in-1s simply because of its small size and subsequent practicality in tablet mode.

Pros are many ports in a compact case with Infinity Edge display, including two USB Type-C ports, a MicroSD card reader, and Thunderbolt 3. The replaceable m.2-2280 NVMe SSD is a small technical ingenuity, since it allows replacing it with a cheaper, bigger model in the future. The battery runtime of 11:30 hours and the crisp IPS touchscreen are also appealing. Optionally, Dell offers QHD.

Users [...] will have one of the best 2-in-1 experiences from a 13-inch notebook that is even more compact and lighter than the latest from Lenovo or HP.

With a price tag of about 1399 Euros (~$1483), the Dell XPS 13 9365 2-in-1 is not cheap; at least not at the first glance. The most expensive configuration costs 1899 Euros (~$2012; 512 GB, i7, QHD). On the other hand, other high-end 2-in-1 devices also easily reach 2000 Euros (~$2120), as the test models of the Lenovo Yoga 910-13 or the ThinkPad X1 Yoga show. These two are direct competitors. Those who want a good keyboard and have a smaller budget should consider the ThinkPad Yoga 260 20FD001XGE, which is priced at 1300 Euros (~$1378).

5th

Dual companion: Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
Dual companion: Microsoft Surface Book Core i7

With the Surface Book (see review), Microsoft thinks of those for whom tablets/convertibles of the upper price range are still too slow. Will those who think that a Surface Pro 4 is too slow buy a Surface Book? This is the intention, even though performance geeks have to spend at least 1500 Euros (~$1697) for such a device (IGP version). Currently, the evaluated variant with a Core i7-6600U and Nvidia Maxwell GPU (940M, GDDR5) costs 2920 Euros (~$3304). You will get a 1.5 kg (~3.3 lb) special convertible, which performs well as a tablet alone, as well as with a keyboard dock and a dedicated GPU. This convertible PC delivers real laptop performance without throttling and full GPU performance even on battery. In the meanwhile, Microsoft has announced an update with GTX 965M (Creator's Update).

The Surface Book i7 is almost 30% faster than the rivals Lenovo Miix 700 (core m3), HP Spectre X2 (Core m7) and Microsoft Surface Pro 3 (Haswell Core i5). The reason: The active cooling ensures a high Turbo utilization even during the stress test, while the fanless systems have to reduce their clocks.

The battery life is also long at 10 hours, and the 13.5-inch panel with 3000x2000 pixels delivers gorgeous colors. The latter shines with precise colors and high contrast (96% of sRGB). Since the input devices (including Digitizer Pen) are excellent, apparently you cannot complain at all, can you? The reviewers complained that the connectivity does not include USB-C or HDMI. The software undocking did not work flawlessly in our test and the poor upgradability is also a disadvantage. We have reviewed the following two models:

Microsoft Surface Book Core i7, 940M

Microsoft Surface Book Core i5, 940M

6th

challenger with weak performance: HP Spectre x2 12 m3/m7
challenger with weak performance: HP Spectre x2 12 m3/m7

HP also offers a competitor to the Surface Pro 4 for consumers. The handy Spectre x2 12 (see review) certainly delivers. It comes with a brand new Core m3 or m7. Microsoft does not offer m5 or m7 variants. Is the Spectre x2 12 therefore an option for those looking for the best possible tablet performance without a fan? Unfortunately, the answer is a clear no: The m5 and m7 variant do not bring a significantly better performance. Quite the contrary, the m3 edition even comes with a slightly faster SSD.

Nevertheless, the Spectre x2 12-a003ng achieved quite a good result and impressed the tester. However, the Real Sense camera had the smallest impact on this. We liked the extraordinary good concept of keyboard (backlight, good haptics) and tablet. The combination is actually subnotebook-like and productivity use is comfortable without any major limitations.

With its very stable stand and the sleeve keyboard that is "attached" to the tablet, the Spectre x2 can be used as a laptop on the table to a very high degree. The USB Type C ports recharge the device and provide a cabled connection to existing Type A peripherals via a hub or an adapter (included). The primary camera on the tablet's back takes very nice photos and videos. We have not seen this for a long time in a Windows tablet.

All those who consider the Surface Pro 4 and want to spend a lot of money on a mobile work bundle, should take a closer look at the Spectre x2 12. The disadvantages are acceptable in view of the advantages if you do not call yourself a power user and want to edit and render movies on this device.

The price of 1150 Euros (~$1301; m7) is certainly not a bargain. However, you will not get a Surface Pro 4 with 256 GB, which does not even include the Type Cover for just under 1300 Euros (~$1471). On the other hand, the Surface Pro 4 features 2736x1824 pixels, while the Spectre comes with only a Full HD resolution. The lower resolution is not necessarily a disadvantage. The two USB 3.1 (Type-C) ports are definitely benefits of the HP device. A Stylus Pen is also included and there is a variant with LTE for the same price. Once again, Acer's Aspire Switch Alpha 12 SA5-271 performs better in this respect. The fanless tablet costs only 775 Euros (~$877) with Core i5 and 3K panel, the variant with i7 and 512 GB SSD is priced at 1270 Euros (~$1437).

Is less more? The m3 variant of the Spectre x2 12-a001ng (see review) did not achieve a longer battery life in the test update. The battery runtime remained about 6 hours, which is relatively short for a Core m3 when you consider that the Surface Pro m3 achieved eight hours. Nevertheless, the rating is higher, since it comes with an LTE modem. The CPU performance of the m3 model is not significantly higher than the m7 variant's. Furthermore, HP could not get the full performance out of the SoC in m3 variant. Currently, the Spectre x2 12-a001ng m3/LTE is not a very good offer for 1120 Euros (~1267). The device is on sale and will not be replaced. HP fills the gap with the Elite x2 1012 G1 instead, which uses the same design. Without keyboard and with Core m3, the Elite x2 costs just under 900 Euros (~$1018).

Spectre x2 12-a003ng (m7,256GB)

Spectre x2 12-a001ng (m3,256GB,LTE)

7th

Go-getter type: HP Elite x2 1012 G1
Go-getter type: HP Elite x2 1012 G1

With the Elite x2 1012 G1 (see review), HP brings a powerful competitor to the Surface Pro 4 and the Switch Alpha 12. While it is not cheaper at just under 1500 Euros (~$1645), it brings more interfaces yet smaller resolution. The tester was satisfied with the actual performance of the passively cooled Intel Core m5-6Y54. Only the Lenovo IdeaPad Miix 700 was an exception in this aspect with heavier performance losses. The performance is comparable with the Dell XPS 12 9250 and the Samsung Galaxy Tab PRO S (just missed the top list), which are also passively cooled. Microsoft's Surface 4 Pro and the Switch Alpha 12 bring a higher performance thanks to Core i processors, but the Core m variant is slower than the Elite x2 1012 G1.

The keyboard dock with strong feedback and backlight is well made. Very good battery life of 7:30 hours (Wi-Fi test) and an LTE modem (depending on the version) make the bundle complete, which primarily targets professional users who demand very high mobility.

The display could be improved, however. It is not that this panel is particularly bad - but considering the price, we expect a little more as far as the brightness and the contrast are concerned.

According to HP, the Elite x2 1012 G1 fully replaces the Spectre x2 12. Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Tablet (see review) is a competitor that did not make it into the Top 10.

8th

The Asus ZenBook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T (here in review) is a 360-degree 13.3-inch convertible. This might affect the portability a bit, but it is a real subnotebook form factor in return. The hinges are firm for subnotebook purposes, which was still an issue with the predecessor.

A success the second time around: Asus delivers a largely decent convertible with its ZenBook UX360UAK. However, the device's whistling fan is inappropriate.

The advantages are countered by a whistling fan under load, which should not happen in this price range. The bright and high contrast FHD IPS screen on the other hand is very nice. Other advantages of the UX360UAK include the fast SSD, very good battery runtimes as well as the decent keyboard, which is also fine for prolific writers. 

Our review sample came with an anti-glare screen protector that leads to a clear improvement compared with glossy screens. It is surprising that Asus does not advertise this.

The Transformer 3 Pro T303UA (here in review) from Asus is a tablet based on the Surface Pro principle. Excellent display, great keyboard and sturdy kickstand chassis are only some of the advantages. The 12.6-inch system just missed the ranking at 86%, which is primarily a result of the poor Wi-Fi runtime (3:43 hours).

9th

Creative pad: Lenovo Yoga Book 64GB LTE
Creative pad: Lenovo Yoga Book 64GB LTE

Lenovo had a great success with the Yoga Book (see review): The ultra-slim, yet stable device is a note pad, a creative pad, and an office companion alike. The hardware is not powerful with an Intel Atom and slow eMMC (64 GB). However, the Yoga does not want to be a laptop replacement anyway, but an input device for on-the-go.

The Yoga Book is attractive thanks to the natural writing input via paper on the one hand. On the other hand, it is a full-blown Windows device. Users can forward their creative workings or notes to their habitual desktop apps or edit them to a limited degree.

The tester praises the battery life of just above eight hours. Several subnotebooks perform better in this respect, but, other than the Yoga Book, these do not weigh only 695 g (~1.5 lb). The 360 degrees hinge has a good grip and appears solid. We assigned it our Editors' Choice Award in November 2016 for its concept.

No, because the Yoga Book is primarily meant as an input interface. In lectures, technical internships, at regular meetings or when sighting convention booths: Open the Yoga Book, take notes or sketch something creatively on "paper" and store it on OneDrive.

10th

Ambitious: Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB
Ambitious: Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB

Lenovo is targeting the heart of the Surface Pro generation with the Yoga 910-13IKB (review). It offers high flexibility combined with an elegant hinge design, great look and extremely long runtimes of up to 11 hours in practice.

On the plus side, we have the slim, comparatively light, but nonetheless very sturdy chassis, which features excellent build quality. We would also be hard-pressed to name a similarly compact and light notebook with a more extensive battery life.

However, there are some technical weak spots: The hinge teeters too often for our taste. The Yoga 910 is not equipped with a card reader or HDMI port and its Turbo Boost utilization is rather poor. Then there is another unavoidable issue: 

We cannot wholeheartedly recommend the Yoga 910 because of the fan noise issue; all the other items listed in the "con" section are not deal breakers in our book. 

The Yoga 910 could have been a worthy Surface Pro substitute, especially since it has been available for quite some time. The audible fan noise across all RPM levels means that we cannot award the notebook with our Editor's Choice recommendation. We have contacted the manufacturer for another test model with an updated BIOS and will update accordingly.

 

 

 

Recent Convertible Awards

Best Value Award in February 2016: HP Spectre x2 12
Best Value Award in February 2016: HP Spectre x2 12
Best Value Award in July 2016: Aspire Switch Alpha 12 SA5
Best Value Award in July 2016: Aspire Switch Alpha 12 SA5
Editor's Choice in November 2016: Lenovo Yoga Book
Editor's Choice in November 2016: Lenovo Yoga Book
Editor's Choice in February 2017: XPS 13 9365 2-in-1
Editor's Choice in February 2017: XPS 13 9365 2-in-1

Size Comparison

Measurement Results

Response Times
Response Time Grey 50% / Grey 80% (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
46 ms * ∼7%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
67 ms * ∼11%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
1 ms * ∼0%
Dell XPS 13-9365
48 ms * ∼8%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
39 ms * ∼6%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
51 ms * ∼8%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
33.2 ms * ∼5%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
36 ms * ∼6%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
36 ms * ∼6%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
46 ms * ∼7%
Response Time Black / White (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
31 ms * ∼13%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
39 ms * ∼16%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
1 ms * ∼0%
Dell XPS 13-9365
32.8 ms * ∼14%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
34 ms * ∼14%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
25 ms * ∼10%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
22.8 ms * ∼10%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
27 ms * ∼11%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
27 ms * ∼11%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
24 ms * ∼10%
PWM Frequency (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
50 Hz ∼0%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
0 Hz ∼0%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
240 Hz ∼1%
Dell XPS 13-9365
1042 Hz ∼3%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
0 Hz ∼0%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
0 Hz ∼0%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
0 Hz ∼0%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
50 Hz ∼0%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
0 Hz ∼0%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
0 Hz ∼0%
Screen
Brightness (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
392 cd/m² ∼56%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
410 cd/m² ∼59%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
277 cd/m² ∼40%
Dell XPS 13-9365
306 cd/m² ∼44%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
414 cd/m² ∼59%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
347 cd/m² ∼50%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
319 cd/m² ∼46%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
350 cd/m² ∼50%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
363 cd/m² ∼52%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
310 cd/m² ∼44%
Brightness Distribution (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
92 % ∼92%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
86 % ∼86%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
91 % ∼91%
Dell XPS 13-9365
91 % ∼91%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
88 % ∼88%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
91 % ∼91%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
97 % ∼97%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
87 % ∼87%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
83 % ∼83%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
80 % ∼80%
Black Level (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
0.27 % * ∼5%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
0.22 % * ∼4%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
0 % * ∼0%
Dell XPS 13-9365
0.19 % * ∼4%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
0.25 % * ∼5%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
0.44 % * ∼9%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
0.42 % * ∼8%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
0.29 % * ∼6%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
0.37 % * ∼7%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
0.25 % * ∼5%
Contrast (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
1441 :1 ∼90%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
2009 :1 ∼126%
Dell XPS 13-9365
1698 :1 ∼106%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
1752 :1 ∼110%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
802 :1 ∼50%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
767 :1 ∼48%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
1269 :1 ∼79%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
1032 :1 ∼65%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
1392 :1 ∼87%
Colorchecker DeltaE2000 (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
3.61 * ∼24%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
5.22 * ∼35%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
5.15 * ∼34%
Dell XPS 13-9365
7.7 * ∼51%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
2.06 * ∼14%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
6.09 * ∼41%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
6.02 * ∼40%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
5.26 * ∼35%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
3.61 * ∼24%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
7.86 * ∼52%
Greyscale DeltaE2000 (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
3.8 * ∼25%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
7.88 * ∼53%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
5.44 * ∼36%
Dell XPS 13-9365
7.9 * ∼53%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
2.87 * ∼19%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
6.24 * ∼42%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
6.29 * ∼42%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
5.87 * ∼39%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
3.77 * ∼25%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
8.25 * ∼55%
Gamma (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
2.16 ∼62%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
2.51 ∼72%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
2.28 ∼65%
Dell XPS 13-9365
2.88 ∼82%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
2.44 ∼70%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
2.41 ∼69%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
2.4 ∼69%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
2.42 ∼69%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
2.43 ∼69%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
2.05 ∼59%
CCT (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
5969 ∼597%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
6756 ∼676%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
5686 ∼569%
Dell XPS 13-9365
7044 ∼704%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
6820 ∼682%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
7238 ∼724%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
7712 ∼771%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
6998 ∼700%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
6760 ∼676%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
6834 ∼683%
Color Space (Percent of AdobeRGB 1998) (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
63 % ∼63%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
46 % ∼46%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
98 % ∼98%
Dell XPS 13-9365
44.1 % ∼44%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
64 % ∼64%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
46 % ∼46%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
47.8 % ∼48%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
60 % ∼60%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
58 % ∼58%
Color Space (Percent of sRGB) (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
97 % ∼97%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
97 % ∼97%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
100 % ∼100%
Dell XPS 13-9365
69.9 % ∼70%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
96 % ∼96%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
71 % ∼71%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
73.2 % ∼73%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
92 % ∼92%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
90 % ∼90%
Noise
Idle Minimum (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
dB * ∼0%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
30.5 dB * ∼61%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
28.9 dB * ∼58%
Dell XPS 13-9365
dB * ∼0%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
31.3 dB * ∼63%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
dB * ∼0%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
dB * ∼0%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
30.7 dB * ∼61%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
dB * ∼0%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
31.7 dB * ∼63%
Idle Average (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
dB * ∼0%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
30.5 dB * ∼61%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
28.9 dB * ∼58%
Dell XPS 13-9365
dB * ∼0%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
31.3 dB * ∼63%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
dB * ∼0%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
dB * ∼0%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
30.7 dB * ∼61%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
dB * ∼0%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
31.7 dB * ∼63%
Idle Maximum (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
dB * ∼0%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
30.5 dB * ∼61%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
28.9 dB * ∼58%
Dell XPS 13-9365
dB * ∼0%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
31.3 dB * ∼63%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
dB * ∼0%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
dB * ∼0%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
31.7 dB * ∼63%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
dB * ∼0%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
31.7 dB * ∼63%
Load Average (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
dB * ∼0%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
31.2 dB * ∼62%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
35.3 dB * ∼71%
Dell XPS 13-9365
dB * ∼0%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
38 dB * ∼76%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
dB * ∼0%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
dB * ∼0%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
38.5 dB * ∼77%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
dB * ∼0%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
38.4 dB * ∼77%
Load Maximum (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
dB * ∼0%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
31.3 dB * ∼63%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
38.9 dB * ∼78%
Dell XPS 13-9365
dB * ∼0%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
40.5 dB * ∼81%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
dB * ∼0%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
dB * ∼0%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
36 dB * ∼72%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
dB * ∼0%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
34.7 dB * ∼69%
Heat
Maximum Upper Side (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
43.6 °C * ∼73%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
35.7 °C * ∼60%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
45.5 °C * ∼76%
Dell XPS 13-9365
51 °C * ∼85%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
47.35 °C * ∼79%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
42.4 °C * ∼71%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
39 °C * ∼65%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
41.2 °C * ∼69%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
34 °C * ∼57%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
41.4 °C * ∼69%
Maximum Bottom (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
45.2 °C * ∼75%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
24.2 °C * ∼40%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
47.1 °C * ∼79%
Dell XPS 13-9365
48 °C * ∼80%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
50.2 °C * ∼84%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
43 °C * ∼72%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
41.2 °C * ∼69%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
41 °C * ∼68%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
40.2 °C * ∼67%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
38.5 °C * ∼64%
Idle Upper Side (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
32.4 °C * ∼54%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
23.4 °C * ∼39%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
31.1 °C * ∼52%
Dell XPS 13-9365
25.8 °C * ∼43%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
30.4 °C * ∼51%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
34.4 °C * ∼57%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
29.5 °C * ∼49%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
25 °C * ∼42%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
25.7 °C * ∼43%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
31 °C * ∼52%
Idle Bottom (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
29.6 °C * ∼49%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
24.2 °C * ∼40%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
33.1 °C * ∼55%
Dell XPS 13-9365
26 °C * ∼43%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
27.4 °C * ∼46%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
29.4 °C * ∼49%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
29.8 °C * ∼50%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
25.1 °C * ∼42%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
27.1 °C * ∼45%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
29.6 °C * ∼49%
Battery Runtime
Reader / Idle (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
791 min ∼29%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
1001 min ∼37%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
824 min ∼31%
Dell XPS 13-9365
971 min ∼36%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
min ∼0%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
681 min ∼25%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
732 min ∼27%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
min ∼0%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
1153 min ∼43%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
1069 min ∼40%
Load (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
138 min ∼5%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
150 min ∼6%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
132 min ∼5%
Dell XPS 13-9365
175 min ∼6%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
min ∼0%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
161 min ∼6%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
130 min ∼5%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
min ∼0%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
min ∼0%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
174 min ∼6%
WiFi (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
min ∼0%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
min ∼0%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
min ∼0%
Dell XPS 13-9365
min ∼0%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
min ∼0%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
min ∼0%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
min ∼0%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
min ∼0%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
min ∼0%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
min ∼0%
WiFi v1.3 (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
488 min ∼18%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
719 min ∼27%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
315 min ∼12%
Dell XPS 13-9365
686 min ∼25%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
648 min ∼24%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
364 min ∼13%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
443 min ∼16%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
702 min ∼26%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
498 min ∼18%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
644 min ∼24%
Power Consumption
Idle Minimum (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
Watt * ∼0%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
3.4 Watt * ∼3%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
4.7 Watt * ∼5%
Dell XPS 13-9365
3.1 Watt * ∼3%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
4.5 Watt * ∼5%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
6 Watt * ∼6%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
3.7 Watt * ∼4%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
4.2 Watt * ∼4%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
2 Watt * ∼2%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
4.3 Watt * ∼4%
Idle Average (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
Watt * ∼0%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
5.8 Watt * ∼6%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
8.6 Watt * ∼9%
Dell XPS 13-9365
4.3 Watt * ∼4%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
9.8 Watt * ∼10%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
8 Watt * ∼8%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
6.8 Watt * ∼7%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
7.4 Watt * ∼7%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
4.6 Watt * ∼5%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
6.3 Watt * ∼6%
Idle Maximum (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
Watt * ∼0%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
6.7 Watt * ∼7%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
12.2 Watt * ∼12%
Dell XPS 13-9365
4.9 Watt * ∼5%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
12.2 Watt * ∼12%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
10.6 Watt * ∼11%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
7.6 Watt * ∼8%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
8.6 Watt * ∼9%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
5.7 Watt * ∼6%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
9 Watt * ∼9%
Load Average (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
Watt * ∼0%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
21.4 Watt * ∼6%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
29.7 Watt * ∼8%
Dell XPS 13-9365
24.3 Watt * ∼7%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
46 Watt * ∼13%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
21.5 Watt * ∼6%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
22.5 Watt * ∼6%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
32 Watt * ∼9%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
11.5 Watt * ∼3%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
32.7 Watt * ∼9%
Load Maximum (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
Watt * ∼0%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
21.6 Watt * ∼6%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
50.5 Watt * ∼14%
Dell XPS 13-9365
22.8 Watt * ∼7%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
56 Watt * ∼16%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
22 Watt * ∼6%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
34.5 Watt * ∼10%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
30.2 Watt * ∼9%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
11.5 Watt * ∼3%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
28.8 Watt * ∼8%

* ... smaller is better

Benchmarks

3DMark 11 - 1280x720 Performance (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
1344 Points ∼5%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
1690 Points ∼6%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
1614 Points ∼6%
Dell XPS 13-9365
1505 Points ∼5%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
2761 Points ∼10%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
1334 Points ∼5%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
1741 Points ∼6%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
478 Points ∼2%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
1801 Points ∼6%
3DMark
1920x1080 Fire Strike Score (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
740 Points ∼3%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
869 Points ∼4%
Dell XPS 13-9365
829 Points ∼4%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
1952 Points ∼8%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
739 Points ∼3%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
938 Points ∼4%
1280x720 Ice Storm Standard Score (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
42046 Points ∼21%
Dell XPS 13-9365
56912 Points ∼29%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
50418 Points ∼25%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
47242 Points ∼24%
PCMark 7 - Score (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
4274 Points ∼53%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
5178 Points ∼64%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
4808 Points ∼60%
PCMark 8
Work Score Accelerated v2 (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
3186 Points ∼49%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
4797 Points ∼74%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
4410 Points ∼68%
Dell XPS 13-9365
4674 Points ∼72%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
3782 Points ∼58%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
3932 Points ∼60%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
1247 Points ∼19%
Home Score Accelerated v2 (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
2426 Points ∼41%
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R
3654 Points ∼61%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00
3489 Points ∼58%
Dell XPS 13-9365
3134 Points ∼52%
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7
2947 Points ∼49%
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng
2116 Points ∼35%
HP Elite x2 1012 G1
2983 Points ∼50%
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T
3665 Points ∼61%
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE
1296 Points ∼22%
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE
3555 Points ∼59%

Legend

 
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3 Intel Core m3-6Y30, Intel HD Graphics 515, Samsung MZFLV128 NVMe
 
Toshiba Portege X20W-D-10R Intel Core i7-7600U, Intel HD Graphics 620, Toshiba SG5 THNSNK512GVN8
 
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga-20FRS1VS00 Intel Core i7-6600U, Intel HD Graphics 520, Samsung SSD PM961 1TB M.2 PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe (MZSLW1T0)
 
Dell XPS 13-9365 Intel Core i7-7Y75, Intel HD Graphics 615, Toshiba NVMe THNSN5256GPUK
 
Microsoft Surface Book Core i7 Intel Core i7-6600U, NVIDIA Maxwell GPU Surface Book (940M, GDDR5), Samsung MZFLV512 NVMe
 
HP Spectre x2 12-a001ng Intel Core m3-6Y30, Intel HD Graphics 515, Liteon L8H-256V2G
 
HP Elite x2 1012 G1 Intel Core m5-6Y54, Intel HD Graphics 515, Liteon L8H-256V2G
 
Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UAK-BB351T Intel Core i5-7200U, Intel HD Graphics 620, Micron SSD 1100 (MTFDDAV256TBN)
 
Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE Intel Atom x5-Z8550, Intel HD Graphics 400 (Braswell), 64 GB eMMC Flash
 
Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB-80VF004CGE Intel Core i7-7500U, Intel HD Graphics 620, Samsung PM951 NVMe MZVLV512
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