Lenovo Flex 2-14 Intel® Core™ i3 Processor, 6Gb RAM, 1Tb Hard Drive, Wi-Fi, 14 inch HD Touchscreen 2-in- Laptop with Optional Microsoft Office Personal 365 £379.00 @ Very
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Lenovo Flex 2-14 Intel® Core™ i3 Processor, 6Gb RAM, 1Tb Hard Drive, Wi-Fi, 14 inch HD Touchscreen 2-in- Laptop with Optional Microsoft Office Personal 365 £379.00 @ Very

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Found 31st Mar 2015
The versatile Lenovo Flex 2-14 switches between a laptop and tablet in seconds to suit whatever you're doing.

When you want to enjoy the tablet experience of using the 14 inch touch screen to touch and swipe your way through all the user-friendly Windows 8.1 menus or to watch a video, just push the keyboard round so it either serves as a stand giving you the ideal viewing angle.

An Intel™ Core® i3 processor and 6Gb RAM can handle multitasking, gaming and downloads, as well as all your regular everyday computing tasks. A large 1Tb (1000Gb) hard drive gives you storage space for up to 280,000 digital photos, 250,000 MP3s, 440 hours of DVD standard video or 120 hours of HD video.

Use the drop down menu above to add optional Microsoft Office 365, including Word, Excel PowerPoint, OneNote and the ability to share documents across devices.

Voice Assistant & Touch: Today's PC experience is completely new with computers that can respond to your touch and listen to your voice. With a new full-powered PC, you can enjoy the fun of touch and voice with sacrificing performance.

Useful info:

Windows 8.1 operating system
Intel® Core™ i3-4010U processor
6Gb RAM
1Tb (1000Gb) hard drive
14 inch HD touch screen (1366 x 768)
Stereo speakers with Dolby Advanced Audio
Ports: 1 x USB 3.0, 2 x USB 2.0
Audio combo jack (headphone and mic)
HDMI-out
4-in-1 card reader (SD / SDHC / SDXC / MMC)
802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi
Weight: 2.3 kg
Lenovo Flex 2-14 convertible tablet/laptop

8 Comments

Tempted....

Is it easy to change the hd?

".... so it either serves as a stand giving you the ideal viewing angle."
Or what ?
Well - as I bought one a few months ago I can tell you - there isn't an alternative. Not that that's a bad thing but be aware the keyboard doesn't fold all the way around the back of the screen. Unlike in the Lenovo Yoga where it does. As to the laptop itself - it's a bit plasticky and doesn't seem that solid. Only had it 3 months and screws dropping out the base unit. I have the I3 and it goes well enough, is light, and is very quiet. Probably wouldn't buy another.

Agree with Camiano, the laptop to tablet form is the yoga range.

Also be aware the i5 version of this comes with a 1080p screen.
Also no dvd drive.

In order to get anywhere close to the up to 6 hour battery life, tone down the screen brightness.

Just Wondering

Is it easy to change the hd?


Yes. There is an official Lenovo Support PDF for the model which details all the steps. Should take about 15 mins to go through the process. One thing to note though, if you are looking to upgrade to an SSD, the Crucial BX range won't work with this model.

hot, will it work well with linux mint and hibernate? Can I use the windows licence in a vm?

wiv678

Yes. There is an official Lenovo Support PDF for the model which details … Yes. There is an official Lenovo Support PDF for the model which details all the steps. Should take about 15 mins to go through the process. One thing to note though, if you are looking to upgrade to an SSD, the Crucial BX range won't work with this model.


Yeah I read a comment about this on the BX deal just after I ordered one for my flex 2-15! sent it straight back and got a samsung evo 850, works fine. Same process to install apart from removing a DVD drive. The instructions on removing the keyboard aren't helpful. There is one screw under the keyboard, if you take that out you can push the keyboard from underneath with something small, if you're lucky it will just pop out. It felt like too much force was required when I tried so I levered it out from the top while pushing from the bottom, as it's a tight fit. The bottom panel comes off easily, can pretty much do it with your fingers.
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