Chinese company Lenovo has announced plans to expand the offerings of laptops belonging to the Flex series. Soon the company will introduce the latest FLEX 2 model, available in variants with 14 “and 15.6” screens.
FLEX 2 is a two-mode device. In the standard mode, we have a functional 1920 x 1080 pixel touch screen laptop, and when we turn the 300 degree display, we get something like a tablet in which the keyboard acts as a stand.
When it comes to hardware configuration, the manufacturer has taken care of the components for maximum performance. For the 14-inch model, under the hood, we can count on the Intel Haswella Core i7, supported by a full range of GeForce Nvidia graphics cards. On the 15.6-inch model, there are AMD processors and Radeon graphics cards.
Both models have a 720p webcam and a 1 TB hard drive, but they can be replaced with a hybrid drive or solid state drive. In addition, we get the keypad illumination and a battery life of up to six hours.