The Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 15D and 14D are latest portable convertible in company’s lineup. The two models differ only in diagonal size of the screen, but have same hardware platform and equipment support.
The IdeaPad Flex 14D is 14″ tablet with a thickness of 21.5 mm and weighs 2 Kg, while IdeaPad Flex 15D is a 15″ tablet with a thickness of 22.2 mm and weights 2.3 Kg. There is stylish keyboard, a wide AccuType touchpad, with built-in buttons beneath the sensitive surface. The USP of the IdeaPad Flex is ability to tilt screen by 300 degrees. Addition to this, and classic clamshell configurations, we also have the stand and tent configurations making IdeaPad Flex suitable for multimedia use.
Both the models feature a USB 3.0 port, two USB 2.0 ports, an HDMI output, a multicard 2-in-1 reader (SD/MMC), a pair of audio jack for Live In and Out and a RJ45 plug to connect wired networks, a removable battery with 9 hours battery life. Innards might include AMD APU A4/A6 processor with a dedicated AMD Radeon HD 8570 video card, up to 8 GB RAM, 500 GB to 1 TB SATA or hybrid memory supported by a NAND flash memory. The IdeaPad Flex 14D basic configuration tablet might be priced at $499.