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To cut to the chase, I've never used a 2 in 1 before, but sense it would fit my needs (writing, 1 on 1 tutoring, daily routine stuff). I'm hoping someone with 2-in-1 experience could share opinion on how significant 3 differences between these two machines will likely be to me:

- Samsung has storable S-Pen, Dell doesn't come with pen. I'm a Galaxy Note user, so generally am positively inclined to using a pen. (But with 2-in-1's, what do people typically do with these pens while travelling--keep in case and then only pull out when needed?)

- Weight and size difference. Officially, there's maybe a 0.2 pound difference and a bit of a smaller footprint in favor of Dell. In the store, it feels significant, I'm not sure if it'd be as noticeable in the wild.

- Ports. Dell just has USB-C, Samsung has menagerie of old and USB-C. People seem to make a big deal about this, but I'd imagine that whenever I need to plug something in, I'd be at my desk anyway (in which case, I'd just a USB-C dock for both). Not sure if I'm missing something that comes up in the 2-in -1 world though.

Thanks in advance,

J

 


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