Jack is looking to get a new laptop and wonders if the Surface Pro would be a good option. Leo says that the Surface Pro is essentially a tablet with a detachable keyboard that isn't good. And it's very pricey. So make sure you type on it a lot before you buy it. Since Jack had a Thinkpad in the past, he should consider a new model. They're built out of carbon fiber, so they're thin and light. Look at the T490. It's excellent and they're built like tanks. If you really like the tablet feel, look at the Lenovo Yoga.
Mike wants to get a new laptop for doing presentations. Rich recommends a 2-in-1 laptop that allows him to bend the screen over so it can be used as a tablet. The best of the bunch is the Lenovo Yoga. It's a great business machine.
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.
Ed is a photographer and he needs a laptop that can handle huge files he shoots with his Nikon D4. Dell's XPS 13 would be a good option.
Leo uses a Lenovo X1 Yoga because it uses an OLED screen with superior color gamut. He can even choose Adobe RGB as his screen choice. That's fantastic for a photographer. Asus and HP both make good laptops now as well.
Matthew wants to take paper notes with handwriting recognition and he wants to know if the Surface Pro will suffice. Leo says that the Surface Pro is fantastic. It's a tablet with an attachable keyboard (he should get the type version). It comes with a stylus. He can use OneNote to do it as it's tightly integrated.
Randy's wife is Chinese and he'd like to get her a laptop that she could use in both Chinese and English. Leo says that he can get a laptop in Chinese over the internet and then switch it to English when she would need to. Or, he can just buy a Chinese USB keyboard. Leo recommends the Lenovo Yoga, which could double as a laptop and a tablet.
Another, more expensive option would be the Microsoft Surface Pro 3. It's a tablet that also has keyboards she could snap onto it, and Randy could probably get her both a Chinese and English keyboard to go with it.
Tim wants a viewer for his Android phone that allows him to view SolidWorks 3D models. He uses one but it keeps crashing. He's moving to the iPad. Leo says it may be a memory issue, not a processor power issue. The crashing is happening when the model is too big for the model to load.
David wants to get his wife a tablet that can work as a laptop. Leo likes the Lenovo Yoga. But the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 has the best screen. It's not cheap, but people rave about it. Leo recommends to always go solid state. It'll be faster and lighter, but they're more expensive than a spinning drive.