Craig wants a tablet with a keyboard that he can use as a computer or a tablet. Leo says that Acer has great convertibles, and the screen is fully hinged to go all the way around. It's a great bargain. Dell makes some rugged ones, like the Dell ATG. They're more expensive because they're designed to take a beating. But if he's on a budget, Acer is the way to go.
Bret recently bought the Microsoft Surface Pro, which he hopes will replace his laptop. But he's found that on the tablet side of the equation, he doesn't see many apps at all, especially Words with Friends. Leo says that's not exactly accurate. There may be few apps in the Windows Store, but he can get Windows apps all over the place. However, the apps he's used may not have made a Surface app yet. Will Bluestacks work for running Android apps? Leo says that's the idea, but it doesn't really work.
Serenity wants to get a larger laptop to replace her desktop. Leo says if she doesn't mind the extra weight, a laptop is not a bad idea for a desktop replacement. She also wants a convertible for tablet use. Leo likes the two-in-one versions like the Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga. It's in its second generation and it's beautiful. She can also pay extra and get the OLED version.
Rocky is looking to get a Dell 2-in-1 laptop/tablet. Is that a good buy? Leo says it's a great buy! But if she wants a better screen, she should get an XPS. It's more high end. She doesn't need an i7, so just stick with the i5. Leo also suggests avoiding Sony or Toshiba. Both are getting out of the laptop business.