Lenovo has launched the Lenovo Flex 14, eyed to serve students who want high performing laptops when they are hard-pressed for time over presentations or assignment deadlines in class.
With up to nine hours of battery life between charges, the Lenovo Flex 14 is said to be pretty much the students’ best bud during critical moments of crunch time in school. It boasts of the Lenovo Energy Management system, which protects the long-term durability of the battery. Furthermore, the Lenovo Flex 14 comes with advanced energy-saving technology that allows a user to stretch the nine-hour battery life as much as possible, so they can meet deadlines without having to crash into the crowded Internet shops during rush time.
Lenovo Flex 14 is less than an inch thick and less than five pounds in weight.
Flexibility in terms of what students are using in class is one of the advantages of getting this latest device. The Lenovo Flex 14 has this unique capability that lets the notebook double as a laptop and a tablet-like device on a stand. Those who need the convenience of a physical keyboard for typing a lot of notes can use the Lenovo Flex 14 as a laptop, but if users prefer simply browsing through notes during exam week in the library, they can easily switch to Stand Mode.
For the stash of videos to watch when there’s no homework, music files for the audiophiles, photos for all those last-night’s-party albums, or even the occasional games to play during long breaks between classes, the Lenovo Flex 14 can handle leisure needs anytime. It features Stereo Speakers with Dolby Advanced Audio for an immersive audio experience and quality with reduced distortions and it features a 14-inch 10-point multi-touch display optimized for Windows 8—perfect for viewing videos or going on artistic mode on Photoshop for the more creatively gifted students.