- CPU: 2.1GHz AMD Ryzen 5-3500U
- RAM: 12GB
- Storage: 256GB SSD
- Display: 14-inch FHD Touch (1440 x 900)
- GPU: AMD Radeon Vega 8
- Camera: 720p HD
- Battery: Up to 10 hours
- Warranty: Not specified
The Lenovo Flex 14 is an affordable and compact device. Lenovo was the brand that introduced us to this class of devices with its Yoga series. Even with rivals such as Asus Vivo Flip and Dell Inspiron 5000, Lenovo remains the best at delivering value for money in this category.
The first thing that you notice is that the product is slightly unbalanced, with the screen weighing more than the keypad. This would take some getting used to when using the screen for writing but makes it very stable.
The 14-inch FHD (1440×900) screen is decent and responsive when writing. It has adequate playback capabilities, but at 157 PPI and 600:1 contrast ratio cannot show a lot of details. It also comes with a digital pen to sketch or write on the screen.
The laptop is powered by AMD Ryzen 5 3500U with 2.1 GHz clock speed. It has 12 GB RAM and 256 GB SSD storage. The AMD Radeon Vega 8 graphics are decent for streaming video, but if you are looking to play Assassin’s Creed, you would have to set it at the lowest FPS.
This Lenovo 2-in-1 laptop is easy to carry as it weighs only 3.52 lbs and has a great battery life of 10 hours which can help you get through the day.
On the side, you get an HDMI port, three USB 3.1 ports (both type A and C) and card reader. The lack of side-mounted volume rockers is felt acutely at times. The SD card reader supported 75 Mbps transfer speeds which is far higher than the Dell Inspiron 5000 we tested a few days back.