The Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 370 is a durable 13-inch convertible laptop that includes the stylus.
Starting at $1,265 (£1,030, AU$1,760) the 13.3-inch laptop is the happy medium between a 12- and 14-inch laptop. It's 360-degree hinge lets its screen flip over so it can be used as a tablet, and it has a stylus with a built-in holder so you can easily jot down notes.
The 360-degree hinge allows the laptop to rotate all the way back.
Its HD screen looks sharp and vibrant, but its glossy finish attracts glare.
The laptop comes with a digitizer stylus.
On the left side it has a special compartment that stores and charges the stylus.
The power button is located next to the stylus compartment.
Lenovo ThinkPad laptops tend to have great keyboards and this model is no exception.
Optional fingerprint scanner available.
The TrackPoint is easy to use.
The laptop has lots of connectivity options.
It includes an HDMI and USB-C port.
Aside from its convertible form, its design is rather simple.
Since the capable Lenovo laptop successfully combines the flexibility of the Yoga line with the performance of the ThinkPad line, its lofty price tag is actually pretty reasonable for a convertible with competitive specs.