2-in-1 convertibles are designed for productivity since the Intel Core M was introduced. Its TDP of just 4.5W is pretty impressive because it doesn’t require a fan to regulate the heat which enables the laptop to have a longer battery life, not to mention a thinner chassis as well. On the downside, it cannot play games in high settings and it is not recommended for editing high-res videos. But that kind of perspective on 2-in-1s may change as Lenovo introduced the first-ever gaming convertible via Villman.
This 15-inch monster packs a high performance i7-7700HQ quad core processor, 512GB of PCIe SSD with a 4GB of VRAM GTX 1050 graphics, plus you can also rotate it up to 360 degrees and a fingerprint scanner for security.
This is truly a game-changing device because putting this kind of processor that is commonly found on gaming notebooks is quite surprising. Even though Acer’s upcoming Spin 5 is already in 8th gen, its processor type is just a U-series compared to Lenovo’s H-series which is no doubt, a more powerful CPU.
SRP is P79,992, expensive but you can definitely get what you pay for.