We are living in a technology driven world where the old-school pen and paper for taking notes are on the verge of extinction. And, the convenience a laptop offers for scribbling notes is not something the traditional materials can’t offer.
However, not everybody is swift when it comes to typing on the keyboard. You may be such a person who finds writing by hand is the fastest practice. Should this bring you away from possessing a laptop for note taking purpose? No, it shouldn’t!
That’s why we have placed this convertible up front. Whenever you find the keyboard is affecting your speed, you can just unleash the power of its 14 Inches FHD (1920 x 1080) touchscreen display in the same way you write by hand.
Based on the operation, you can put the device into three four modes; laptop, tent, stand, and tablet. For you, being a student, the tablet mode is going to help you a lot in your classroom. In order to increase the convenience, you can buy a separate digital pen.
Underneath the hood, Intel Pentium Core i5-8265u chipset provides the laptop with the processing power, coupled with 8GB DDR4 RAM. As for multitasking, 128GB NVMe SSD is going to help the product to push forward.
The manufacturer claims it to have 8-hour battery life. In case you think it’s too low, you must know this! Lenovo Flex 14 can charge up to 80% in just one hour. Yeah, you heard it right! So, a slight miss in the backup can be compensated with the fast charging time.
In the connectivity-front, it has both WiFi and Bluetooth support. Furthermore, you will also find three USB (one Type-C) ports, a standard audio jack, an HDMI port, and a card reader. Lenovo has gone to the next level by adding an envelope to the web camera, which they call by the name TrueBlock Privacy Shutter.