I'm Dan Ackerman at CES 2014 with the new Lenovo Flex 14D.
You can also get this in a larger 15-inch 15D.
We've seen the Flex before.
It's almost like a Yoga.
But what it does is, it lets you have a regular clamshell laptop.
It's got this kind of rubber bumper hinge on the back and you fold it back and it goes and goes and then it stops just about here so you can form what I kinda called the kiosk mode, which is great for like showing videos
You don't have the keyboard and touch pad in front of you or distracting you and you could still interact.
Thanks to the touch screen.
The difference between this new version in the original Flex is that, this guy now has an AMD processor, and then actually, it lets you get down to a $499 and you can add higher-end options like a one terabyte hard drive, like a backlit keyboard, some of the discreet AMD graphics.
But if you want something that's flexible enough to let you have these kind of loads for displaying it and not spend as much as you would on a Yoga.
Now you could spend even less.
Thanks to the AMD version
which is the Flex 14D.
I am Dan Ackerman at CES 2014.
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