I'm considering getting a new daily driver, and all I want is:

  • OLED screen at 4K with 120Hz. Possibly 3K.
  • 5G and Wi-Fi 7. e-SIM would be a plus.
  • USB-C charging.

Preferably no HDMI port, and only USB-C ports.

Is there any laptop or tablet like that?

For gaming I'll use GeForce Now.

I've found the following options:

Related Reddit-thread: https://www.reddit.com/r/androidtablets/comments/18ts27g/looking_for_11_inch_oled_with_5g/

  • Hi Mikael, welcome to Hardware Recs! It sounds like you're looking for a thin-and-light laptop, not a gaming laptop? Do you have any preferences in terms of weight and screen size? Do you have a budget you need to stick to?
    – JMY1000
    Commented Mar 21 at 3:54

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I am going to be the odd one with this but you should consider checking out some of the chromebooks, I know it sounds outlandish and silly but rest assured chromebooks that are out these days are actually quite good.

I don't think there is one with a 4k OLED but if you're using GeForce Now that really wouldn't matter anyways, I use a chromebook that has the ability to install linux and at first I was very skeptical but I gotta tell you there is a lot you can do with a Chromebook, I don't game on mine but as far as graphic design or podcast work or using the cloud it runs really smooth, it almost feels like a super Raspberry Pi.

It actually also has a spot for a SIM card for mobile data and once you realize the amount of things a chromebook offers the possibilities are endless.

  • The Lenovo IdeaPad Duet 5 looks like the Surface RT I had in high school, sadly no 5G, and the screen could have a higher resolution - my current 2-in-1 has a 13" 4K display that I use at 175% DPI. Commented Mar 23 at 16:08
  • Lenovo Tab Extreme might actually be exactly what I'm looking for, minus Wi-Fi 7 support (but has 6E). It even has two USB-C ports! Commented Mar 23 at 16:16
  • @MikaelDúiBolinder will be honest I didn't know WiFi 7 was currently available considering WiFi 6 is still relatively new, may I ask what you will be using it for as a daily driver ? I have a few suggestions I can link but the price is a bit more than what you have linked, is price a concern and I only ask what you will daily drive it with so I know what to suggest. Commented Mar 23 at 16:29
  • @MikaelDúiBolinder also it might be hard finding a tablet/laptop that is actually capable of 4k, your ask is quite specific and only things I know that come close would be chromebooks. But let me know what you find and decide! Commented Mar 23 at 16:44

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