Alternative to the Eve V


#42

I understand. It is the most expensive tablet/laptop I ever bought.
When I bought the X1 they, Lenovo, had a discount going so I ‘saved’ a couple of bucks. Hopefully it will last many years.


#43

I wouldn’t doubt it. Thinkpad quality is fabulous. I am still using my x220, that I bought in like 2011, as my daily driver.


#44

Lenovo 920? Personally I think it is the best alternative. It is not as portable since it doesn’t detach from the keyboard but as far as the device, great alternative.


#45

I have a problem.

I’m from austria and there are two shops with a good offer for surface products,
so the Surface Book 2 13.5,256GB,8GB will cost €1399,-.
The problem is this offer is only valid till end of June :sob:
I really want the Surface book, but I’m not sure if eve will ship my V in the estimated shipping time…
So it’s possible that I buy the surface book on 30.June and Eve also send my V.

What would you guys do?


#46

The surface book and the V are two totally different products aimed to different uses. Chose the device that suits you best for what you want to do with your computer


#47

You can buy the Surface noe and refunded the V after it comes to you!


#48

HP Spectre x360 13". The best convertible ever. Period. I got it two weeks ago. No issues, great performance, great pen experience. I really recommend it.


#49

Is it rigth that I can send the V back to eve to grt my money back?


#50

In the EU they have to take it back within the first two weeks.

If they can’t cancel my order, I ask the support and the respond said that they try to stop the shipping, i am going to send my V back. Unopend.

I bought a Surface I5 8GB 256 GB SSD two mounth ago and i am very happy with it.


#51

If I never receive my Eve V I think I’d be very tempted to go for something from the Surface Pro lineup, there’s a few good alternatives on the market at the moment though (although the Surface Pro is definitely at the top of the list).


#52

I’m thinking surface pro too. I might get a refurbished one as they come as unused, have 2 years of guarantee with some companies and are way cheaper than completely new. That’ll give me the option of 256 gb i5 for the price of 128gb m3


#53

That’s the first I’ve heard about refurbished Surface Pro’s being unused, fantastic if true!


#54

They sell them by usage. The price drops even further if it is (slightly or heavily) used. I think I’d still want an unused one :slightly_smiling_face:


#55

Nice, if the worst happens (and I don’t get my V) I might have to look into them :slight_smile:


#56

Unused is better: you’ll get an unused SSD


#57

Alternative - Porsche Design Book One Core i7 3200x1800 13.3" 2-in-1 Touch Laptop w/ Wacom Stylus, 512GB SSD & 16GB RAM (Only 1.5lbs) $1369.99. VERY nice!


#58

1.5 pounds for tablet only. 3.5 pounds with the keyboard.

Still, great deal and being in the market for a new laptop, I may look at this one.


#60

Does not seem to be available in USA. I wonder who makes it.


#61

Newegg selling it now for $ 1,399.99 in the USA.


#62

Oh thank you could not find it