Excerpt: Lenovo has seen the future, and the future is hinges. Or so it thinks. As the industry continues to try to distinguish laptops from tablets, many manufacturers are focused on giving notebook PCs enhanced flexibility without sacrificing power.
Pros: Overall good performance, and exceptional battery life. Sturdy chassis. Dragon Assistant comes preinstalled, so you can you navigate by voice (but not dictate memos). Solid audio.
Cons: Half-baked hinge design. Rickety touchpad. Rotten viewing angles, a low resolution, and a dim LCD will have you rubbing your eyes.
Summary: Lenovo certainly put some thought into its Flex series of ultrabooks, although we still can’t see why anyone would want to own something this specific. We’ve seen hybrid notebooks that allow you to either shift and chance the computer to offer multiple uses, as well as come apart to become a more...
Summary: The Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 14 finds itself awkwardly in the middle: it fails to match the utility offered by the Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga and other convertible notebooks, but it’s also more expensive than most competing standard notebooks.
Pros: Strong Performance, Long Battery Life, Responsive SSD
Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 14 im Kurztest: Ultrabook mit zwei Gesichtern
16 October 2013
Summary: Ultrabook mit zwei Gesichtern
Auch unter herkömmlichen Gesichtspunkten ist das Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 14 ein brauchbares Ultrabook, das sich vor allem durch einen attraktiven Preis sowie gute Alltagstauglichkeit auszeichnet.