Lenovo Chromebook Flex 3 11″ Laptop, 11.6-Inch HD (1366 x 768) IPS Display, MediaTek MT8173C Processor, 4GB LPDDR3, 64 GB eMMC, Chrome OS,…

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Lenovo Chromebook Flex 3 11" Laptop, 11.6-Inch HD (1366 x 768) IPS Display, MediaTek MT8173C Processor, 4GB LPDDR3, 64 GB eMMC, Chrome OS,...
  • Get high performance when you need it – the Chromebook Flex 3 boots up in seconds and features easy-to-use Chrome OS, plenty of memory and storage, and so much more
  • Sleek, stylish, and secure, this 360⁰ convertible laptop is less than 1-inch thin and about the weight of a hardback book, with an 11.6-inch touchscreen display that’s perfect for day-to-day computing and multimedia, on or offline
  • The Lenovo Chromebook Flex 3 is easy to use, offers built-in virus protection and keeps going with long battery life. No setup needed – just login with a Google account so emails, maps, documents, and photos stay with you via cloud storage
  • Built to connect, this notebook computer includes a variety of USB ports for effortless connectivity. Plus, stay in touch with the built-in camera

Specification: Lenovo Chromebook Flex 3 11″ Laptop, 11.6-Inch HD (1366 x 768) IPS Display, MediaTek MT8173C Processor, 4GB LPDDR3, 64 GB eMMC, Chrome OS,…

Standing screen display size


Max Screen Resolution

‎1366 x 768 Pixels


‎2.1 GHz mediatek_mt8183



Hard Drive

‎64 GB flash memory

Graphics Coprocessor

‎PowerVR GX6250

Chipset Brand


Card Description


Wireless Type


Number of USB 3.0 Ports


Average Battery Life in hours

‎10 Hours

National Stock Number





‎Ideapad Flex 3 Chromebook

Item model number


Hardware Platform


Operating System

‎Chrome OS

Item Weight

‎2.65 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎8.48 x 11.5 x 0.77 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎8.48 x 11.5 x 0.77 inches


‎Blizzard White

Processor Brand


Processor Count


Hard Drive Interface

‎PCIE x 2

Optical Drive Type

‎No Optical Drive

Power Source

‎Battery Powered


‎1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

10 reviews for Lenovo Chromebook Flex 3 11″ Laptop, 11.6-Inch HD (1366 x 768) IPS Display, MediaTek MT8173C Processor, 4GB LPDDR3, 64 GB eMMC, Chrome OS,…

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  1. Avatar of Seez52


    It appears that any update to the OS beyond what is included on the machine to begin with disables the touchscreen function. Even doing a factory reset does not go back to the original OS, so the functionality of the touchscreen can never be fixed until there is a potential repaired OS update. Mine worked great for about 2 hours and then the OS was updated automatically, and the touchscreen is kaput.

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    Micah T.

    I am just going to write out the situation. After one ChromeOS update, the same day I got it, the touchscreen stopped working. It was working fine before, but now nothing. The device still recognizes it is in tablet mode and everything, but the touchscreen won’t function at all.
    I am not sure if this is a ChromeOS issues, but I have looked everywhere online and cannot find a solution. I tried a reset (turns out ChromeOS only has “Powerwash”) but that didn’t work, I tried a hardware reset, but ChromeOS booted like normal, I tried enabling certain flags in Chrome, still nothing. I am a tech savy guy and nothing I can do can get this touchscreen working again. ChromeOS doesn’t even give you touchscreen options in the settings, you think an OS from the company that makes Android (Google) would have atleast some touchscreen settings. I will still investigate and contact Google, but I have to advise against this for now.

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  3. Avatar of rayerz


    Price was right, size was right for my application. I bought it for those reasons and most importantly the touch screen. I do not know if I got a bad one but the one I got does not have touch screen. I noticed it while setting it up but thought it would be available in application. Nope. No touch screen. ?

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  4. Avatar of Zane


    After updating to ChromeOS 92 the touch screen stops working. Everything else still works.

    Using a “powerwash and revert” to get back to chromeos 87 reenabled the touchscreen. However, ChromeOS updates automatically (and, for security and features you will always want the newest update), so the touch screen being unusable on the latest ChromeOS makes this Chromebook nearly useless.

    I had this issue on two of these Chromebooks. I returned the first one because I thought it was a hardware defect, but it turns out it is a compatibility issue with the latest version of ChromeOS.

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    C Sauer

    Ordered two flex 3 chromebooks for my 2 sons homeschooling this year. Set the 1st one up and installed 2 apps from the play store (epic and khan academy). That was the extent of use on day 1. Day 2 my wife tries to use and the touchscreen didnt work even though it did the day before. Tried everything i could including factory reset. Decided to return both after losing faith, considering it didnt even work after 1 day. To top it off i had to ship back to seller on my own dime ($38.50). I must be naive because ive never had to pay to ship back a defective item. Do not order through JAZ TECHNOLOGIES if you do take a gamble on getting a working chromebook. Plenty of good reviews but seems hit or miss. Going with ACER SPIN 311 instead

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  6. Avatar of JBG


    So I’ve had this computer for about a month now. The first one arrived with a faulty touchscreen, but it was promptly replaced without issue. The hardware of the new one seems to work fine for the most part. There are some weird software glitches with this Chromebook OS though. I would say that at least 2/3 of the apps on the Google Play store don’t seem to work correctly on this OS. Example: my Microsoft Outlook app won’t let me select individual email accounts, regardless of whether I use my touchscreen or the mouse. I could cite a dozen more examples just like this, but frankly, I don’t feel like it’s worth my time.

    – INSANELY good battery life
    – Solid build quality
    – Inexpensive

    – Glitchy OS
    – Poor app integration
    – Not the fastest

    Final verdict:
    I don’t think I would buy it again because I really don’t like the Chromebook OS. If this same computer could be had with Windows, it would be a homerun. As it sits, I’d recommend spending a little more money and getting something a little more tried-and-true.

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    Bev S.

    The positive is that it was easy to set up & easy to use. I gave it 3 stars because the negative is no F keys, delete key or cap lock key. This is a student tablet not designed for business. Microsoft Excel does not have all the functions I am used to. I am dissapointed in Lenovo since my old tablet is a Lenovo Think Pad & I love it. That is why I stuck to Lenovo brand

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    Cliente de Amazon

    Muy bonito diseño, solo que el touch no funciona, me decepciona demasiado

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    Amazon Customer

    Touch screen not working. it is heavy no so light as i expected

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  10. Avatar of David's


    No support, non working, lump in a box

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