I'm Dan Ackerman and we are taking the First Look at the Lenovo IdeaPad Flex.
That's a new laptop, comes in a 14 and 15-inch size.
It's a little bit similar to the Yoga line that everybody likes and that the screen bends backwards, but instead of going all the way it pretty much bends back maybe about 300 degrees, so you can set it up in kind of a kiosk mode rather than flattening all the way down as a tablet and that's because this is a more budget-friendly line
than the Yoga which is meant to be a tablet, a kiosk, a tabletop and everything in between.
This is basically just a laptop and then you fold the screen over the other side and then it's a kiosk, and of course it's a little bit larger, 14-inch size called the Flex 14 and a 15-inch size called, you guessed it, the Flex 15.
You should see these later in the year with Intel's latest 4th generation Core i series processors.
I'm Dan Ackerman and that is the Lenovo Flex 14 and Flex 15.
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