Review of the Lenovo Flex Fifth Generation Laptop
The latest model of Lenovo’s Flex line of laptops is called the Flex 5. It has all the features you would expect from a laptop but with a lot more style and class. Like many of their laptop models, the 5th generation laptop has a unique screen stand, which makes it very easy to access the screen for adjusting the size, and the keyboard tray is much wider than before. But where the Lenovo Flex has really become a favorite among many consumers is their ability to be turned into a tablet.
With the latest model of Lenovo’s Flex 5G line, Lenovo takes things one step further by having a portable laptop which has not just 4G LTE, but also Verizon Wireless 4G. Is it really worth getting excited over a portable laptop like this?
To answer this question, you need to consider what the mobile office has to offer over a notebook or tablet. With a tablet, you have your personal computer and your desktop. With a notebook you have your laptop and the desktop.
By adding the mobile office, you have your laptop and a mobile office. The biggest difference is that you can use both simultaneously. You can work with a document, email, play games, check emails, browse the Internet, surf the web, and perform other tasks without ever touching your notebook again.
Another major advantage is that you no longer have to connect to an actual desktop to listen to music, watch videos, or even use your Bluetooth devices like your cordless headphones. You can use your phone as a headset to do so. If you want to use your phone while in a vehicle or during your regular commute, the phone works with a car kit which comes with a Bluetooth adapter.
Another feature that sets the Lenovo Flex apart from other similar devices is the battery life. With a touch screen, it offers up to nine hours of battery life. With traditional laptops, you only get four hours of battery life.
In summary, the Lenovo Flex is well-designed, comfortable, and functional. However, it falls short of the claim that it is a great laptop because it doesn’t really offer anything new compared to other models. In my opinion, it’s still a great laptop if you don’t mind spending an extra hundred dollars and getting the bigger and more powerful Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon which has many more advanced features.
For a more in-depth review, visit the Lenovo Flex 5g review at the links below. I am not affiliated with Lenovo or any other manufacturer, it’s just my opinion. !