Lenovo has unveiled a new ultrabook in Singapore today called the Flex 14. The ultrabook gets its name from the fact that its screen can flex back to use the keyboard is a shelf to prop it in video watching mode. The machine looks a lot like the Yoga 11, but the Flex runs Windows 8 rather than Windows RT and is cheaper.
The screen of the Flex 14 can rotate through 300° of travel. The machine retails for S$999, which equates to $780 in US. Lenovo this the ultrabook with a manual switch that allows you to turn off the keyboard to prevent accidental button presses when used in video mode.
The screen measures 14-inches and features 1366 x 788 pixel resolution. Graphics are handled by an Nvidia GeForce GT 740M GPU and machine has 8 GB of RAM. The hard drive features 500 GB of storage and the machine uses an Intel Core i5-4200U processor.Filed Under: Laptops