Lenovo Flex 3 Manual

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Lenovo Flex 3 Manual – Windows 8.1 2 in 1 will come in three models: 11.6″, 14″ and 15.6″. All come standard with 1366 x 768 touch screens, with an optional 1920 x 1080 display for Flex 3 14 and 15 models. The Flex 3 14 and 15 will also feature new fifth-generation Intel Core i processors, while the 11 probably represents weaker value with an Intel Pentium processor. Regardless of the model you get, you can have up to 8 GB of RAM. Optional discrete NVIDIA graphics are a pleasant surprise, although the Flex 3 comes standard with built-in Intel HD graphics.

The Lenovo Flex 3 15 is a series of 15.6-inch convertible laptops with a 360-degree hinge for multimode use such as a laptop, tablet or multimedia stand. With its format, specifications and price, the Flex 3 15 competes directly with systems such as the Asus Flip Q502LA, Toshiba Radius P55W and HP Envy x360 15.

It’s a laptop that makes you say, “I can’t believe it’s a budget!” With the 11-inch Flex 3, the line between Lenovo’s sleek Yoga series and the low-cost Flex has blurred significantly. It has gently rounded corners and a not very soft-touch black plastic finish that manages to avoid looking or feeling bizous.

The brushed interior and chrome-lined touch panel only reinforce high-quality aesthetics. The surface is highly susceptible to oil, so you’ll want to have a cleaning cloth nearby. For ports, you get USB 2.0, USB 3.0, HDMI and Gigabit Ethernet expandable, as well as a power button, on the right side. On the left side, there is another USB 2.0 port, an SD card reader, a headphone jack, a secure lock slot, and the company’s unique charging port.
This 3-pound, 11.8 x 8.2 x 0.86-inch device is one of the thickest budget hybrids we’ve tested. The Toshiba Satellite Radius is lighter and thinner, with 2.9 pounds and 11.25 x 7.75 x 0.65 inches, while the Dell Inspiron 11 3000 is slightly heavier and has a slimmer profile, with 3.1 pounds and 11.81 x 7.93 x 0.75 inches.

Lenovo Flex 3 Manual – The commitments Lenovo had to make to save a few dollars quickly became apparent when I started typing on the island-style keyboard. The smile-shaped keys resemble those of the keyboards I’ve come to associate with the brand’s top-level products.

The 3.5 x 2.3-inch Elan touchpad delivered better performance, with smooth and smooth navigation on websites and documents. Gestures such as pinch ingeng inganding and three-finger swiping were fast and responsive.

Lenovo gave Flex 3 four 15-inch modes: laptop, tablet, store and stand. Place the keyboard on the cover using the 360-degree hinges for Tablet Mode. To switch to Tent mode, fold the screen and keyboard backwards, like a book upside down. Position the keyboard down and leave the screen exposed to enter Stand mode, which is perfect for watching movies or sharing presentations.

Lenovo continues to represent the gold standard for convertible laptops, thanks to robust hinges that provide seamless transitions between modes. But Harmony software is the real star of the show. When you switch modes, Harmony offers the launch of apps optimized for that particular configuration. It also shows how much time spends in each mode compared to other Flex owners.


Aside from McAfee Central, you won’t find too many third-party applications on the 11-inch Flex 3. However, there is plenty of Lenovo brand software to wade through. Lenovo Companion monitors system performance, and OneKey Optimizer improves performance by keeping drivers and firmware up-to-date. VeriFace Pro allows you to log in using facial recognition, providing an additional layer of security.

If you need more storage space beyond the 500GB hard drive, there’s REACHit, which provides access to all your files on all devices and goes one step further by gathering all your cloud storage accounts for quick interaction. The motion control allows you to adjust the volume, scroll through the images, and zoom in and out by performing certain gestures in front of the webcam, with mixed results.

Battery life

Battery life is always important when it comes to laptops, as most of us use them when we’re on the move or like to stay in bed while watching TV and using them without being plugged into a shot of 24/7. The Lenovo Flex 3 has a decent battery life, averaging around 6 hours and 30 minutes with each full charge of the device. For an inexpensive laptop, this is pretty decent and something I could certainly live with if I had to buy the Lenovo Flex 3 15-inch laptop.


The Lenovo Flex 3 15-inch laptop was decent in my opinion in the performance category. Since I don’t do heavy work on video editing or graphics, I couldn’t prove it in those kinds of situations. What I was able to do was try it using Chrome with several tabs open at the same time on sites full of images, as well as streaming a Netflix movie at the same time.

The Lenovo Flex 3 managed to keep itself and didn’t necessarily fight, but you could certainly say it was at its best in terms of what it could handle. I realized that if I had added a couple more tabs to Chrome, I would probably start to have some issues and the slowness of the device.


The lenovo Flex 3’s display is, at best, decent. Again, this is a cheap laptop, so it looks nothing like my 4K Toshiba Satellite screen, but it works for what it is. The colors are bright and vibrant for resolution and text and images are relatively clear and crisp. Watching a movie on Netflix turned out to be decent too. I chose to watch Top Gun in HD and was quite satisfied and would definitely recommend it to anyone on the market for such a laptop.


I got a little messed up with the use of my Toshiba Satellite which I received about a month ago when it comes to sound quality. Mainly because my laptop has top-faced Harmon-Kardon speakers that are amazing. The Lenovo Flex 3 15 has speakers at the bottom of the device and this is something that has been displeased, as it seems to take a lot of quality off the sound. That said, the sound quality on the Lenovo Flex 3 isn’t bad or horrible, it’s just not as good as a device with speakers facing up. Or at least not in my opinion and you may feel different.

I listen to a lot of music while using my device, so sound quality is important to me. Wouldn’t you buy the Lenovo Flex 3 just because the speakers are at the bottom? I absolutely wouldn’t. I’ve just gotten used to having them on top, which to me, personally, sounds much better.

For an even better audio experience, you can get one of the best bluetooth speakers for your music, movies and games.

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