Swivel-screen laptop: The best of both worlds
If there's one thing that most people look for in their PCs, it's versatility. This characteristic extends to several areas of computing; users want their PCs for work and pleasure, and they want them to be portable and functional, while also affordable and powerful.
So it seems natural that many PC users would be attracted to the swivel-screen laptop -- a computer that can be used as a traditional laptop, yet includes many of the capabilities found in tablets.
Similar to a traditional laptop, the swivel-screen PC features a physical keyboard that can be used to take notes, write emails and create presentations. But if users just want to browse the web or check their Facebook notifications, the touch-enabled display can be twisted around and folded down to function as a tablet.
When purchasing a swivel-screen PC, a user sacrifices some of the portability and battery life of the tablet. But many will find the versatile functionality of a laptop makes up for what is lost, allowing users to remain productive even on the go.
Tablet computers are definitely the talk of the town at the moment, but some users may not be ready to give up their laptops just yet. With a swivel-screen laptop, PC users may find they are afforded the best of both worlds.