Lenovo Flex 4  (Source: Lenovo)
Here is a nice productivity laptop that still gives you all the frills needed to enjoy much needed downtime.

The Lenovo Flex 4 has grown on me. This laptop does it big in a few areas that stand out for the price point.

Screen Size - If you like a laptop that has a screen that is not too big of small, then this 15.6” might be right for you. In terms of screen size, keep in mind that smaller means more portability lower price while larger means flexibility and more power.  This is all relative to the style and build of the laptop. Typical laptops sizes range from 11 inches all the way up to 17 inches.
Processor – The Lenovo Flex 4 houses the 7th Generation Intel Core i7-7500U.  This processor provides more power and more battery-life to keep up with all your computing needs.

If 2.7 GHz is not enough, you can take advantage of the Flex 4’s Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 which allows for increasing the processor’s frequency as needed for more power. Hyper-threading technology get more work done completing tasks in a faster time.

The processor’s built-in visual features include Intel HD Graphics, Intel Quick Sync Video and Intel Clear Video HD. These graphics features support smooth streaming of ultra high-definition content and the sharp 4K resolution, video conferencing, online sharing, video editing, and immersive web browsing.

Power efficiency improvements have resulted in longer battery life with smaller batteries to enable even thinner and lighter systems. Dedicated hardware acceleration reduces power consumption dramatically, enabling 3X longer battery life during local 4K video playback. On U-series processors, enhanced productivity and creativity are possible in increasingly slim form factors.

Memory – This configuration offers 16 GB of RAM which is loads of memory for those RAM guzzling applications.

Storage – I have seen lots of laptops offering 256 SSDs or 1TB HDDs.  Forget that, this laptop gives you 512 GB SSD.  That means more storage that is fast and reliable.

2-in-1 Performance – I think Flex stands for “Flexibility all day long”. That is what you get in a 2-in-1 laptop. This laptop has a unique hinge design that allows you to position in laptop in Laptop, Stand, Tent, or Tablet modes as needed.

Photo Source: Lenovo

This laptop has an improved keyboard with larger keys and a nice palm rest that is perfect for making long hours of work feel like child’s play.

Photo Source: Lenovo
Here are the SPECS:
  Lenovo Flex 4
OS Windows 10
Screen Size 15.6 Inches
Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixesl
Processor Intel Core i7-7500U
   Clock Speed 2.7 GHz
   Max Turbo Frequency 3.5 GHz
   Cache 4 MB
   Memory Types DDR4-2133, LPDDR3-1866, DDR3L-1600
   Graphics Intel HD Graphics 620
Storage 512 GB SSD
Audio Harm Technology
Wireless 802.11 A/C
Dimensions (L x W x H) 14.88 x 0.84 x 9.96 inches
Weight 4.6 pounds

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