The Lenovo Flex 10 is a 10-inch version of the Flex 14 and Flex 15 model, and has a 1366 x 768 resolution.
The new convertible notebook comes with a unique feature, allowing users to reverse the keyboard by flipping the screen 300 degrees to enter a stand mode. The company calls it a “dual mode” laptop, which means it has two different positions that user can take advantage of.
It also has a ten-point touch input, which makes it perfect for playing games and the use of painting applications. Lenovo with its new model is the first to feature Intel’s low-power Bay Trail processors.
The Flex 10 runs on the Windows 8.1 operating system and is the smallest of Lenovo’s smallest Flex laptop till date. The laptop is powered with a choice of 4 processors: the quad core Intel Pentium N3510, the quad core Celeron N2910, the dual core Celeron N2810 or the dual core Celeron N2805 with integrated graphics.
The base model provides a battery life of just four hours with a 3-cell battery but has a relatively stocky weight of 2.6 pounds (1.2kg). Offering the three versions of Intel’s Celeron processor, each will have 2GB of RAM. It will also have an Intel Pentium model with 4GB of RAM.
Packed with 500GB of storage, a USB 3.0 port, a USB 2.0 port, an HDMI port, headset jack, stereo speakers, WiFi, and Bluetooth, it measures about 0.82 inches thick.
The company is yet to announce the full pricing and availability. However it is assumed that the starting price of the device would be around $550.