Selling for R16,798 as tested, Acer’s latest revision of its Spin 3 would be a good value even if it didn’t come with a carrying sleeve and a stylus pen. This 14-inch convertible 2-in-1 laptop combines an Intel 10th Generation Core i5 CPU with an adequate 8GB of memory and 256GB solid-state drive. It’s a handsome design, if at 3.3 pounds a little heavy to hold in your hands as opposed to resting in your lap in tablet mode. It performs capably, though it’s no speed demon like the AMD Ryzen 5-powered Editors’ Choice Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 5 14 that it competes with. If you’re looking for a flip-and-fold laptop/tablet/kiosk/easel design on a tight budget, the Spin 3 deserves a spot on your short list.