Lenovo has newly updated its products listing with launching of new 2-in-1 notebook with Intel, called the Lenovo Flex 10 Notebook.
The main feature in this that by having a notebook form factor, users can flip the lid 300 degrees to enter stand mode. It is certainly small enough to fit into a bag easily, though at 2.64 pounds (1.2 kg) it isn’t spectacularly light by today’s standards. Battery life is also a rather disappointing 4 hours. All in all, the 10 just makes less expensive products like the Asus T100 look even better.
Although, the notebook runs on Intel Bay Trail and supported by Microsoft Windows 8, and is priced at $550 (Rs 34,500 approx). It includes a 10.1-inch display with a resolution of 1366×768. Equipped with up to 500 GB of storage, with support for 4 GB DDR3L memory. Connectivity options include Bluetooth 4.0 and Wi-Fi b/g/n.
The options for processors include
- Quad-core Pentium N3610
- Quad-core Celeron N2910
- Dual-core Celeron N2810
- Dual-core Celeron N2805
On top of that, the laptop weighs in at 1.2 kg and measures 273 mm x 188.5 mm x 21 mm. Also, it features a 720p front-facing webcam.
Unfortunately, this item has been discontinued by Lenovo and is no longer available.
For more details on Lenovo Flex 10 Notebook, click here.