The Lenovo IdeaPad Flex, a 14-inch multimode notebook that completely eliminates the need for a tablet has dropped anchor in India. Interested customers will have to shell out a little over Rs 42,000 for this flexible multitasking laptop.
One of the key highlights of the device is its display’s ability to flip backwards at an angle of up to 300 degrees. So when the machine is not being used in the laptop mode, bend it and turn the AccuType keyboard into a stand for placing it upright on a flat surface. You can continue to work on it as the gadget has been fitted with a 10-point 14-inch multi-touch panel of 1366 x 768p resolution.
Complete with Lenovo Energy Management, the Flex employs a 4-cell 45Wh battery to provide usage time of as much as 9 hours in between charges. It is optimized for Windows 8 and makes the most of the latest generation Intel Core i3, i5 or i7 processor. Moreover, users can expect a 2GB Nvidia GeForce GT 740M GPU and not more than 4GB of DDR3L RAM with the laptop.
All of these components are crammed into a black colored chassis with silver grey edges that has dimensions of 13.51 x 9.87 x 0.23 inches. It tips the scales at around 2 kilograms. Additionally, the notebook tags along essential connectivity options like an HDMI output, USB 3.0 ports and a memory expansion bay. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are some of its other features.
– 14-inch 10-point touchscreen
– 1366 x 768p resolution
– HD webcam
– Windows 8
– Fourth generation Intel Core processors
– Up to 4GB of RAM
– Nvidia GeForce GT 740M GPU
– 4-cell 45Wh battery
The Lenovo IdeaPad Flex multimode notebook is slated to be made available for Rs 42,250 across India.