Battery life: 9 hours
Microsoft’s flagship tablet was billed as “the tablet that can replace your laptop”. While it was launched in 2015, there has yet to be any sign of a Surface Pro 5 launch, meaning the current model is still one of the best tablet/laptop hybrids you can buy that will run Windows 10.
You can pick this model up with an m3 processor, or 6th generation Intel Core i5 processors if you want laptop matching performance. With 4GB of RAM or better and 128GB of flash storage there are many reasons to love the Surface Pro 4, including its 2736 x 1824 PixelSense display. However, adding the £130 type cover may be-off putting if you are looking for a laptop substitute.
Pros: Superb screen and performance
Cons: Keyboard and stylus add-ons add to price
Cost: £674 (no stylus) £764.10 (stylus included) £130 (keyboard)
Also consider: HP Elite X2 (£1,294)