|Standing screen display size||11.6 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1366 x 768 Pixels|
|Processor||2.8 GHz celeron_n4020|
|RAM||64 GB DDR4|
|Hard Drive||64 GB eMMC|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||2|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||10 Hours|
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Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 3 Chromebook, Intel Celeron N4020, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, 11.6" HD Touch Screen, Chrome OS, Abyss Blue, 82BB000KAU
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|Operating System||Chrome OS|
|Screen size||11.6 Inches|
|Computer memory size||64 GB|
About this item
- Processor: Intel Celeron N4020 (2C / 2T, 1.1 / 2.8GHz, 4MB)
- Operating System: Chrome OS
- Display: 11.6" HD (1366x768) IPS 250nits Glossy, touch
- Memory, Storage & Battery: 4GB RAM Soldered LPDDR4-2400, 64GB eMMC 5.1 & Upto 10 Hrs Battery Life
- Warranty: This is an AU version with AU warranty & support
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First, the updates that you get with the i5 version:
Screen - it is the 300nit screen with more capacity for colour than the cheaper panel in the i3 version. It is clear and bright, pleasant to look at and use. Touch response is effective and responsive.
RAM - 8GB makes it snappy and responsive. Moreover, I was able to easily run plenty of Android apps as well as Linux, even allowing me to install and run virtual machines in Linux without too much trouble.
Storage - this model comes with increased storage of 128GB but the real benefit for me was storage is a fast (and removable) 2242 NVMe SSD. This means it can be upgraded to 1TB or more without fuss, allowing for fuller use of virtual machines and so on.
As a chromebook, I can see why the Flex 5 has been popular. It is a reliable device, which is pleasant to use and operates without fuss whenever I open it up.
The backlit keyboard is fine to use for long periods.
The webcam privacy slider is a nice addition for peace of mind.
There are usb-c ports on either side that can be used to charge or connect, there is also a USB-A port on the right.
The downsides - it is a little drab with its plastic construction - the "Flex" labeling is appropriate here, as the body is plastic save for the monitor cover.
The touchpad is plastic and feels a little cheap, but it works well apart from the friction it gives.
The keyboard deck seems to have plenty of give in it, and I can even notice a slight bowing of the deck near the centre under the touchpad where there is less structural support.
Battery life is less than I had hoped for, I seem to get around 6 hours or so, but use it on fairly high brightness.
Update: I do not know how I had rated 5 stars - clearly, it is not perfect with my main concerns battery life and a lack of structural integrity. I would rate it between 3 and 4 but closer to 4 stars.
I even have GIMP and Shotcut (photo and video editing) running on it.