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Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 3 11.6" HD 2-in-1 Touchscreen Chromebook (Celeron 1.1 GHz CPU, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, Chrome OS) - Abyss Blue £179 @ Amazon

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Series - IdeaPad Flex 3i CB 11inch
Brand - Lenovo
Specific uses for product - Personal
Screen size - 11.6 Inches
Operating System - Chrome OS
Human interface input - Touchscreen
CPU manufacturer - Intel
Graphics card description - Integrated
Colour - Abyss Blue
Hard disk size - 64GB

About this item

- Compact yet versatile: Feather-light, weighing only 1.2 kg's, the Flex 3’s 2-in-1 laptop and tablet design adapts seamlessly to your working preference
- Visual clarity: Enjoy even more with an 11” HD display on the Flex 3, with an impressive 76 Percent screen-to-body ratio
- Freedom on-the-go: With up to 10 hours battery life and rapid charging technology, you can work on the move and charge up from 0 to 2 hours in just 15 minutes
- Smooth operator: Thanks to its fanless design the Flex 3 is surprisingly quiet, yet still delivers on performance and efficiency

Full Specs

Brand ‎Lenovo
Product Dimensions ‎19.8 x 28.2 x 1.8 cm; 1.2 Kilograms
Batteries ‎1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
Item model number ‎82BB000JUK
Manufacturer ‎Lenovo
Series ‎IdeaPad Flex 3i CB 11inch
Color ‎Abyss Blue
Form Factor ‎Convertible
Standing screen display size ‎11.6 Inches
Screen Resolution ‎1366 x 768
Resolution ‎720p HD Ready Pixels
Processor Brand ‎Intel
Processor Type ‎Celeron
Processor Speed ‎1.1 GHz
Processor Count ‎2
RAM Size ‎4 GB
Memory Technology ‎LPDDR4
Computer Memory Type ‎DDR DRAM
Maximum Memory Supported ‎8 GB
Hard Drive Size ‎64 GB
Hard Disk Description ‎Embedded MultiMediaCard
Hard Drive Interface ‎Solid State
Graphics Coprocessor ‎Intel UHD Graphics Processor
Graphics Chipset Brand ‎Intel
Graphics Card Description ‎Integrated
Graphics RAM Type ‎Shared
Graphics Card Interface ‎Integrated
Wireless Type ‎Bluetooth, 802.11ac
Number of USB 3.0 Ports ‎2
Number of HDMI Ports ‎1
Number of Microphone Ports ‎1
Optical Drive Type ‎No Optical Drive
Power Source ‎AC & Batterynative
Hardware Platform ‎Linux
Operating System ‎Chrome OS
Average Battery Life (in hours) ‎10 Hours
Are Batteries Included ‎Yes
Lithium Battery Energy Content ‎42 Watt Hours
Lithium Battery Packaging ‎Batteries contained in equipment
Number Of Lithium Ion Cells ‎3
Item Weight ‎1.2 kg

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  1. Avatar
    Would this run rocket League?
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    How does it compare to acer 513 cp513-1h?

    I know the acer us more expensive (i bought in blackfriday deals) but in terms of spec, is the acer 513 worth it gor additional £100+
    ? Thanks
    Edited by: "ran123ran" 3rd Dec 2021
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    What's the main differences between this type compared to a tablet ....like are these touch screen, or do you have to use the keyboard or a mouse like a laptop. Thanks.
    Edited by: "funkymartyn" 3rd Dec 2021
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    Want one of these but with windows 10.
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    I_Wish03/12/2021 13:27

    You mean you want a 2 in 1 laptop click.


    Thanks that's the one.
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    ohdearohdear03/12/2021 12:50

    Would this run rocket League?


    If it's available on Stadia or Geforce now, the answer is yes.
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    funkymartyn03/12/2021 13:04

    What's the main differences between this type compared to a tablet …What's the main differences between this type compared to a tablet ....like are these touch screen, or do you have to use the keyboard or a mouse like a laptop. Thanks.


    The title answers that.... "Touchscreen Chromebook"
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    newmann03/12/2021 14:26

    The title answers that.... "Touchscreen Chromebook"


    Agreed newmann. If your after an Android Tablet, just buy an Android Tablet.

    Been using a slightly older version of this for a few months now, (Lenovo C340,) and been really impressed as I only paid £110 as I bought it in the USA. For a budget device, nice keyboard touchpad, nice IPS screen and excellent battery life. There might be slightly better deals out there, but even if you buy this, you aren't going to go too far wrong.
    Edited by: "Masteryates" 3rd Dec 2021
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    this should be getting a lot more heat!
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    Looks like this might offer great value for money so gone for one thanks Op!

    Getting a bit fed up of my Ryzen laptop being quite resource hungry and struggling with battery life. Used Windows/Linux/MacOS for years and fancied a change. This offers Google updates until 2028 with a great size, so the screen resolution will be fine for using while out and about/cloud streaming etc. Really interested to see how the Celeron processor with 4GB RAM works on the streamlined OS (I'd never entertain that spec on Windows). Also the battery life is a big plus for me.

    Arriving on Tuesday to have a play with. Heat added
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    Ordered, thank you

    Don’t understand why this deal isn’t hotter.
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    Shows £195 for me.
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    crazycolin03/12/2021 23:00

    Looks like this might offer great value for money so gone for one thanks …Looks like this might offer great value for money so gone for one thanks Op!Getting a bit fed up of my Ryzen laptop being quite resource hungry and struggling with battery life. Used Windows/Linux/MacOS for years and fancied a change. This offers Google updates until 2028 with a great size, so the screen resolution will be fine for using while out and about/cloud streaming etc. Really interested to see how the Celeron processor with 4GB RAM works on the streamlined OS (I'd never entertain that spec on Windows). Also the battery life is a big plus for me. Arriving on Tuesday to have a play with. Heat added


    so arrived?

    any review?
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    john453628/12/2021 22:03

    so arrived?any review?


    Hi John. Incredibly impressed for the money. Been using it every day since arriving. I get a few days of use here and there between charge as the battery is great. Doesn't take long to charge via USB C and gives at least 6 to 7 hours continuous screen time (with the screen on quite high brightness).

    Works fine on xbox cloud streaming and runs things like Spotify and other apps absolutely fine with no lag. Loaded up Linux and then you can install Edge browser etc

    Chrome OS had a lot of updates and I'm amazed how snappy and streamlined it is. I'd say it is quicker loading pages than my ryzen laptop with an SSD and Windows 10. Trackpad, keyboard and screen touch response are all fine. I didn't realise for a bit that you double tap for a right click on chromebooks... Very impressed with how chrome OS operates and everything makes sense and is where it should be.

    Screen is nice and bright and text is sharp. It's not full HD and nor does it need to be on an 11 inch. Flip the keyboard and screen round and it instantly locks the keys becoming a tablet.

    Basically if you want a machine for surfing the Web/watching YouTube and checking emails/listening to music it is ideal. Obviously it's not going to run anything super heavy like photography software or high intensive games.

    I've had a lot of tablets over the years and sent them all back, as I've always wanted a proper keyboard. This offers the best of both worlds as I can go to tablet mode when I need to. I've only one thing I'm annoyed about and that is why has it taken me so long to try a chromebook!

    Interestingly since I've had the chromebook, I've not turned my much higher specced laptop on once...

    Hope it helps anyway
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    crazycolin28/12/2021 22:28

    Hi John. Incredibly impressed for the money. Been using it every day since …Hi John. Incredibly impressed for the money. Been using it every day since arriving. I get a few days of use here and there between charge as the battery is great. Doesn't take long to charge via USB C and gives at least 6 to 7 hours continuous screen time (with the screen on quite high brightness). Works fine on xbox cloud streaming and runs things like Spotify and other apps absolutely fine with no lag. Loaded up Linux and then you can install Edge browser etc Chrome OS had a lot of updates and I'm amazed how snappy and streamlined it is. I'd say it is quicker loading pages than my ryzen laptop with an SSD and Windows 10. Trackpad, keyboard and screen touch response are all fine. I didn't realise for a bit that you double tap for a right click on chromebooks... Very impressed with how chrome OS operates and everything makes sense and is where it should be. Screen is nice and bright and text is sharp. It's not full HD and nor does it need to be on an 11 inch. Flip the keyboard and screen round and it instantly locks the keys becoming a tablet. Basically if you want a machine for surfing the Web/watching YouTube and checking emails/listening to music it is ideal. Obviously it's not going to run anything super heavy like photography software or high intensive games. I've had a lot of tablets over the years and sent them all back, as I've always wanted a proper keyboard. This offers the best of both worlds as I can go to tablet mode when I need to. I've only one thing I'm annoyed about and that is why has it taken me so long to try a chromebook!Interestingly since I've had the chromebook, I've not turned my much higher specced laptop on once...Hope it helps anyway


    very informative review from someone who is actually using it, thanks a bunch for your time
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