Lenovo has come out with its budget friendly Flex 14 and 15 Laptops which resemble the popular Yoga hybrid. Apart from that, the company also announced the Flex 20, a 19.5-inch, battery-powered all-in-one device.
Let's start with the laptops. The Flex 14 and 15 have displays that fold back, allowing you to use the devices in different positions. They can go for up to 300 degrees and not 360, meaning that you can't use these products in "tablet mode". With a resolution of 1,366 x 768, the notebooks come with a choice of Haswell processors, meaning that you're bound to get about 9 hours of battery life on a single charge.
Later in the year, you'll be able to add 1080p panels and NVIDIA GT740M graphics for some more cash. Both devices are set to be in stores at the end of this month.
We're happy that even the Flex 20 use Haswell CPUs, with some of them having options up to i7. You get 3 hours of battery on a single charge. We're also not happy about the screen resolution, which stands at 1,600 x 900. Very, very bad for a screen this big. You can pick the device up at stores later this month.