Lenovo introduced a new laptop under its Flex line. This new model is christened as Flex 10 by the company. So far the gadgets world has given a tepid response to this new laptop even though it has a new architecture, i.e., Intel’s Bay Trail, in it.
Apart from Intel’s Bay Trail, Flex 10 laptop has a touch screen display. This touch screen is 10.1 inches in size, with HD resolution of 1366×768. It can flip 360 degrees facilitating tapping on its display in stand mode. This feature is unique to Flex 10.
Like other recent laptops from Lenovo, this Lenovo product also has multitouch pad, and AccuType Keyboard. The software program for its multitouch pad ensures that the user has access to most of the features in Windows 8.
The processor integrated in Lenovo’s Flex 10 is the Pentium N3510. This is a quad-core processor from Intel. The storage capacity of this laptop is 500 GB. It also has DDR3L memory of 4GB apart from integrated graphics.
The laptop includes stereo speakers, a jack for audio combo, preloaded Windows 8.1, a webcam of 720p, and Wi-Fi of 802.11n. It also has an HDMI output, two USB ports, and a Bluetooth 4.0. One of the USB ports is USB 2.0, and the other is USB 3.0.
There is a lot happening in gadgets world, and PCs as well as laptops are most certainly on their way out considering the new developments on anvil. People are looking for something that combines the features of phone and tablet with comprehensive applications and foldable screens. In this scenario, it is not surprising that Lenovo’s new product failed to create ripples. Its prohibitive price is something that Lenovo could have compromised on for getting attention for this product.