I do all my sketching and conceptual stuff on an ipad 11" Pro with Apple pencil and a ton of great apps... a much better design experience. I think the surface line would be a safer pick.
BTW the Lenovo support was basically non-existent, and microsoft far more responsive and reachable.
I have a Lenovo Flex ? (14") 2-in-1
Yes, Fortress etc. should have some 2-in-1, SSP too, but note that pretty much all laptop stores in SSP, if not in all over HK, are owned by the same company. Don't expect too much variation.
Go there and check your model - and then buy on Amazon - you save at least $1000
I bought the 2-in-1 because I read a lot PDF stuff. The Flex has (I think) 16:9 screen - that makes A4 PDF on the 14" screen only slightly larger than on a 10" pad (they have usually a 3:2 screen).
Generally everything is fine, but my next upgrade will have a 3:2 screen for sure (Surface have that, they are really good, but not cheap).
And remember to compare with Amazon. Shipping is often free or below HK$100
If you don't want to buy from Amazon then order online from MSFT HK. Don't give Fortress and BWY your money IMO. Lenovo TP build quality and QC has consistently gone down hll from the IBM days IMO.
I purchased a Surface Pro from Fortress.
They also had the Lenovo laptop which folds all the way out to a tablet, unlike Microsoft's SP and SB detachable forms.
I prefer the form of Microsoft's products and think the SP with the luxury hairy keyboard is an excellent looking product. I have two SPs at home and use a fully spec'd one and a lighter version. Greatest product of all time.
We've ended up with the Yoga C940 as the top choice.
Going to shop around and see if it is available cheaper elsewhere. Not going to do the usual buy from Amazon and use a shipping company as they seem to be overloaded and with fewer flights, packages are taking way too long to arrive.
According to the following table in the report link, windows notebook has a 16-25% breakage rate by the end of 2nd year of ownerships. I would advise buying a better-built business model, e.g. Thinkpad, Latitude and Elitebook, etc. These lines are built with higher quality (some meeting military standard) and usually come with 3-year warranty. Buying a consumer model is like gambling with the $ paid.