Lenovo Announces Flex 14 And 15 Mainstream Touchscreen Laptops

Lenovo Flex 14 Flex 15

Along with Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro and ThinkPad Yoga, Lenovo announced the new Flex like of thin and light laptops. These laptops also offers dual mode which allows you to flip the laptop upto 300° for stand mode. The Flex models comes in 14.1-inch and 15.6-inch HD display with 1366 x 768 screen resolution or an optional Full HD display with 1920 x 1080 screen resolution. And they are powered by 4th generation Intel ULT Core i7 processors, with NVIDIA discrete GT 740M graphics, and up to 1TB of storage and optional SSD or NAND flash on Ultrabook models.

The Flex 14 and 15 will be available starting in late September starting at $629.99 (U.S.).

Read more about it below.

Flex 14 and 15: For Life’s Different Modes

More than a thin and light laptop, the dual-mode Flex 14.1-inch and 15.6-inch laptops creatively flip 300° for stand mode, a new way to interact with a PC and positions the device closer to the user for more natural, comfortable touch experience. Users can open Lenovo’s custom YouCam program, say “1,2,3 cheese” to snap a webcam photo and then send it to a friend using Flex’s voice commands1. Or they can enjoy cinematic quality sound to the latest NetFlix movie with Flex’s Dolby Advanced Audio v2 without a keyboard in the way or even watch high definition content on another screen via Flex’s HDMI-out connection.

Beyond Flex’s extra value with its dual mode, flip functionality, its fashionable soft-touch black cover trimmed with silver or Clementine Orange also attracts attention. Equally stunning, the interior contains a clean keyboard design with optional backlighting.2 Images are vividly rich thanks to Flex’s HD 1366X768 or optional Full HD 1920X1080 displays.2 With 10-point multitouch, Flex makes using Windows 8 and collaboration easy. With up to nine hours1, Flex 14 and 15 are extremely mobile and are primed for productivity with up to Intel 4th generation Core ULT i7 processors, up to Nvidia discrete GT 740M graphics3, up to 1 TB of storage and optional SSD or NAND flash on Ultrabook models.

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  • Yuan Taizong

    Touch-screens and T.B. measured internal-hard-drives, Lenovo really means business, I think Samsung just lost a costumer, Lenovo, here I come :-D

  • Emily the Strange

    will it come with pokki? lol

    I want pokki so bad! start screen replacements FTW! best thing ever in a Windows installation.

    oh well. end of sarcasm :)

    • Tips_y

      LOL. But I wonder if any of these will be available in a Microsoft Store and will they still have pokki in them.

      • 92x

        OH NO MY FRIEND. You best believe Microsoft will take that off.

        and that is exactly what ill be waiting for. Christmas will be good this year.

        • Tips_y

          Great then because I love W8 they way it is without the pokki crapware LOL!