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Lenovo Flex 2 review

by: Mon Peter I. Damiles | 30 Jun, 2015 16:50:50

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Years back, when tablets were still out of the picture, laptops were used by those who are always on the go. A laptop is a portable computer that you can bring wherever you go. As we all know, laptops nowadays are starting to become thinner and thinner but is also becoming faster than ever. If you'll be comparing it to the time where laptop computers were first introduced, you'll notice a very big difference when it comes to the design, weight, size and speed.

Laptops are being updated every now and then. Several features has been added which includes face detection, biometric scanner, smart card reader and more. There are several laptop brands like Acer, Asus, Dell, HP and Lenovo in the market and they also have their own trademarks when it comes to designs and features.

In this article, I will be giving a review for a certain product of Lenovo called Flex 2. The said laptop was released a year ago but until now, the said laptop is still on the market due to its nice features and design.

The flex 2 laptop has a feature called dual mode where it functions both as a laptop and a tablet.... It is called dual mode because just by flipping it, you could already change a regular laptop to a tablet with a stand. It is a feature which I personally loved because as a guy who loves playing games and watching movies, a simple flip can turn the said laptop to an entertainment machine where you could enjoy playing touchscreen games or just watching movies with it. Another thing that I liked most about it is that the battery life of the said device could last up to 5 hours. The said laptop also weights less compared to others which could be very handy for you. Lastly, the stereo speakers of the said laptop are already equipped with a Dolby Advanced Audio which could enhance audio quality.

The said laptop has two variants which are the 14" and 15" but if you'll ask me, the 14" is already enough though it would still depend on the preference of the user or the buyer. The said device supports i3, i5 and i7 processors. It usually comes with a 4GB RAM but if it is not enough for you, upgrading it might cost you a bit but it would help maximize the power of your laptop.

As a person who likes tech stuff, the said laptop has caught my attention but again, it would always depend on the preference of the buyer or the one who will use the laptop.


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