Lenovo’s latest Chromebook offers a versatile and durable design for an affordable $279 starting price. It’s expected to hit stores later this month.
The Lenovo Flex 11 has a “multimode” built-in 360-degree hinge that allows it to be used in a variety of ways: opened like a basic laptop, propped up like a tent (for watching video) or folded like a tablet (for gaming).
For such a modest laptop, it has some impressive durability built into its design. Its water-resistant keyboard can take a big spill (about 1 cup of water or 220ml) and has channels underneath it that drain liquid away from electrical components. Additionally, its reinforced ports and sealed touchpad help avoid damage if a spill occurs.
That’s not all, though. Lenovo also claims that the laptop, weighing in at a little over 3 pounds, is drop-proof from 75cm (2.4 feet). It also has non-slip texture on the cover for a secure grip when carrying it around.
Lenovo hasn’t announced plans to make the Flex 11 Chromebook available in the UK or AU. Pricing converts to £218 and AU$372.
- 11.6-inch screen
- 2.10 GHz Quad Core ARM processor
- 10-hour battery life
- USB Type-C
- IPS screen
- HDMI port
- Mic/audio jack
- SD card slot
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