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Gone are the days when a decent laptop would cost you north of $1,000. It's now possible to pick up a full-size or ultraportable Windows 10 notebook with a processor powerful enough for use at home, school, or work, for between $400 and $700. It's also ea...
L enovo's Lenovo's Ideapad Flex 3 Chromebook is one of the tiniest Chromebooks I've ever used. It's also one of the cheapest, retailing for just $349.99. Any laptop that costs that little is going to have some serious drawbacks - and the Flex 3 certainly...
Excellent battery life, Good keyboard, Modern port selection, Chassis feels sturdy
Bad screen, Ugly and dated design, Weak processor
Well, we think we have put that straight at the beginning of this review, but we're going to say it again – this laptop is not meant to render complex 3D objects, nor to enable you to play any AAA title out there. Instead, you would want it for an unprete...
Great keyboard, considering the size, Wide I/O with a MicroSD card slot, Doesn't use aggressive PWM for brightness adjustment (SHP14D2), Good battery life, Completely silent thanks to the overkill passive cooling setup
Only 4GB of nonupgradable memory, 64GB eMMC version lacks an M.2 slot for storage, Covers only 46% of the sRGB color gamut, No USB Type-C port
Google has massively evolved the Chrome OS platform and today's Chromebooks support Android, Linux, and even Windows applications (at the time of writing, Windows support via Parallels emulation is only available for corporate customers). Customers can bu...
Portability and battery life are high on this device's 'musts' list, making it a great option for just about anybodyMany Chromebooks in the budget segment are easily defined by their price. And many of the aspects of the Lenovo Flex 3 Chromebook, as seen...
Metal lid, Plethora of well-built ports to suit just about every need, 10-hours of battery is within easy reach, Around 1.25-hours to charge, 2-in-1 Build with touchscreen for Android apps, Lag free performance across all except the most intensive apps an...
Design quality is decidedly budget, Display needs work, from light bleed to brightness being too low, Low resolution HD display panel, Weight feels like a bit much for a device this size
In review: Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 3 11IGL05. Provided by:A fanless convertible could also be a high-end laptop, but the Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 3 11IGL05 can be found at the other end of the spectrum. This Lenovo laptop is optimized for the lowest possible price...
slow processor, eMMC memory, only 4 GB soldered RAM, non-upgradeable, display: weak color-space coverage, PWM, no USB Type-C port
The old Flex models sort of felt like an half-way point between the traditional clamshell laptop and Lenovo's Yoga line of convertible tablet notebooks. They offered a 180-degree hinge design, that allowed for some added flexibility, but it didn't really...
The Lenovo Flex 3 11 is a budget laptop that doesn't feel like a budget laptop, and that makes it the most appealing among the maker's latest low-tier offerings. The Yoga-like flexibility and the touchscreen are both big perks over the Lenovo S21e and sim...