Personally I think the convertible form factor and the 2-in-1 form factor are very different.
The convertible is more akin to an ultrabook where it just so happens that the screen can fold all the way back. The benefit is that typically these machines can pack in a higher spec. The downside though is that you can’t use it very well as a tablet because you can’t detach the keyboard and it just plains looks and feels weird with a chunky keyboard on the back. This impacts for example being able to use it for note taking or drawing where having a tablet form is much more comfortable.
If you’re not fussed about such things then, yes absolutely, I’m sure this could be a good form factor for you. I’m sure you’re doing this anyway, but check out all the reviews, esp on youtube, I love doing all that kind of research!
Final point I’d make is that the Eve V is just a way cooler brand than Lenovo or any other mainstream manufacturer could ever be. With the V, you’re also buying into a story, a movement of rebellion against the big boys, the tech enthusiasts vs the rest of the world! For that, the V has no competitors.