Lenovo has planned to sell the IdeaPad Flex 2 multimode notebook in India for any price of Rs 42,250 for users who aren't interested in carrying multiple devices constantly. Like its Yoga counterparts, laptops can act as a tablet when its display is flipped backwards. The organization has a range of such gadgets available and only recently it launched slates underneath the Yoga brand which can be used in various modes.
To help make the Flex 2 capable of offering the functionality of a tablet, it's been fitted with a 10-point multi-touch display in addition to the AccuType keyboard which also graces the gadget. This screen states render visuals in 1366 x 768p resolution and may bend up to an angle of 300 degrees. This flexibility enables you to have a makeshift stand to squeeze notebook on a table.
Its exterior measures 13.51 x 9.87 x 0.23 inches and weighs about around 2 kilograms. The device is drenched within the shade of black and features silver-grey edges. So that as it sports an HD webcam, you are able to engage in video conferencing over the internet as well. Wireless communication options like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth can be found along with connectivity ports for USB and HDMI cables. It also has a memory card slot.
And inside the confines of the gadget, you'll find up to 4GB of DDR3L RAM as well as an Nvidia GeForce GT 740M GPU. It can be customized having a fourth generation Intel Core i3, i5 or i7 processors along with a 45Wh battery stays under the hood to provide battery life of about 9 hours. Readmore>>