Lenovo Flex 3 Review: Bad Screen, Good Price

    - Advertisement -

    Lenovo Flex 3 is an amazing laptop for interested customers. Ideapad Chromebook is a tiny Chromebook, probably the tiniest! It is also very cheap, going for only $349.99. A laptop coming with such low costs is going to have significant drawbacks. But if you are a shopper not caring about these things, this tiny Ideapad comes with a lot of delightful surprises. 

    Lenovo Flex 3 Can Give Other Expensive Devices Some Competition!

    In other areas, like battery life, several expensive devices don’t provide such amazing battery backup at such high costs. The Lenovo Flex 3 provides a more ultra-modern selection of ports. There is one lock slot, audio jack, microSD reader, 2 USB 3.1 ports, and two Type-C ports. These ports are handy for connecting and charging accessories. 

    The touchpad appears to be surprisingly sturdy. Touchpads in such a low price range generally feel plasticky. A Google H1 chip is also present inside the Lenovo Flex 3 for encrypting on-device sensitive data. However, 2 more features deserve mention. The keyboard is very impressive. The keyboard is great with a lot of satisfying clicks and travel. The keys give out a rough texture slightly. However, the only thing is that it misses backlighting like expensive laptops of Acer and Lenovo. 

    The audio is also brilliant. The volume and balance of these stereo speakers of 2W are like the speakers of any other expensive Chromebooks. The sound easily beats the speakers of Spin 713. Spin 713 is thin and tinny. However, the bass is very little and the percussion sounds pretty weak. There appears to be distortion when the sound is playing at maximum volume. It would have to connect to another external speaker when there is a crowded setting.

    - Advertisement -

    Recent Articles

    Related Stories