PC manufacturers don’t come any bigger than Lenovo, as the Chinese giant is the number one vendor when it comes to the number of PCs sold (and has been for some time). The firm makes a lot of well-liked portables, including the Yoga range, and indeed the IdeaPad models. It’s the Lenovo IdeaPad C340 that we’re focusing on here, which is a 2-in-1 laptop that has a 360-degree hinge allowing the screen to be folded fully back, so it can be used as a tablet as well as a notebook (or indeed in stand or tent modes). The IdeaPad C340 comes in two main flavors – 14-inch and 15.6-inch models – with a number of different variants therein, and the choice of AMD Ryzen or Intel processors (if you’re going with the smaller screen). The 15.6-inch Intel-only model is a good choice for those who want that extra bit of screen real-estate, of course, meaning more space to display apps, with the bigger chassis also providing room for a beefier battery, and thus more longevity for the laptop on the move. This spin also allows for the choice of a cutting-edge Intel 10th-gen (up to Core i7) CPU, and so this is a great all-round choice for those focused on productivity. The 14-inch Intel versions only ...