The Dell Venue 10 Pro is another great option if you want the hybrid features of the Surface Pro 4, but shy away from the price tag. Dell's hybrid offering has a clamshell design, so the tablet display is supported by the keyboard. It also flips around so you can use it in tent or stand mode and you can spin it all the way around so the keyboard rests against the back of the tablet, making it even more versatile than the Surface Pro 4's kickstand. It has a full-sized USB port as well as a microHDMI port, giving it great connectivity options. According to Dell, the Venue 10 Pro gets up to 11 hours of battery life with average use, and with its compact design measuring .39-inches thick and weighing 1.45 pounds, it'll make a great travel companion. It's a limited in RAM, however, with only 2GB, but it has an Intel Atom processor as well as 64GB of storage. The device starts at $369 without the keyboard, which can be purchased for an additional $124. You can also opt for the older version, which Dell still sells on its website; the only difference is a slightly lower screen resolution, but with the keyboard included, it's only $329.