Lenovo Flex 3 15.6” Convertible Touchscreen Laptop
With a 360° hinge on its touchscreen display, the Flex 3 can adapt to however you want to work—as a traditional laptop for comfortable typing, or as a handheld tablet for working away from your desk.
Touchscreen Display: Tablet-Like Control
Zoom in on photos, jump to the next story on news apps, or play a mobile game on a bigger screen—all without using the keyboard or touchpad. A touchscreen display expands your control, giving you more ways to interact with apps and programs that support touch gestures. For more traditional tasks, such as answering emails, you can move back to the keyboard at any time.
Stream shows, catch the latest movie trailers, or explore an online video game’s vivid fantasyland in crisp, clear detail. Saturated with about 1 million pixels, the display produces image quality similar to what you’d see on an HDTV with 720p HD resolution. Such sharpness and clarity also make the text on your favorite news and social-media sites clear and easy to read.
Speedy Data Transfers with USB 3.0
A USB 3.0 SuperSpeed port transfers files to and from your computer at more than 10 times the speed of USB 2.0, which is especially helpful when you have a gigantic project on a flash drive, or you want to backup all of your files to an external hard drive. If your connected device uses USB 2.0, the port can still move bits and bytes with no sweat at 2.0 speeds, thanks to its backwards compatibility.
- Product number: 80JM002AUS
- Windows 10 operating system
- 15.6” display with 360° hinge
- 1366x768 resolution
- 2.2GHz Intel Core i5-5200U dual-core processor
- 4GB DDR3 SDRAM
- 500GB hard drive
- 802.11ac Wi-Fi
- Two USB 3.0 ports
- Built-in rechargeable battery
- Battery life: up to four hours
- Product dimensions: 15.2” (W) x 10” (D) x 0.9” (H)
- Product weight: 4.6lb.
- Condition: new
- 1 year warranty
The Lenovo brand name may only be about a decade old, but the company can trace itself to one of the most important technological advances in history: the advent of the personal computer. In 1981, IBM released its first PC, one that would soon set the standard for personal computing around the world. But in the early 2000s, IBM was ready to focus on other types of products, and so Lenovo—a Hong Kong company formed in the mid-1980s—stepped in and bought IBM’s personal computer division, including the iconic Thinkpad. Lenovo’s reach hasn’t stopped with PCs: the company is now a top producer of smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, and servers.