The Lenovo Chromebook Flex 3 is on sale for the very reasonable price of $329, down from its original price $479. This is a Chromebook so it runs on Google’s Chrome OS software. It’s a software that’s nice and lightweight and generally feels pretty snappy to use.
The laptop itself is also nice and lightweight so it won’t weigh you down if you carry it in a backpack or bag. As the name suggests, the Flex 3 isn’t just your standard laptop. It has multiple orientations of usability. You can use it like a normal laptop if you wish but it can also be used in tent mode. This is great for when you want to interact with the touchscreen sort of like you would a tablet.
Or you can flip the keyboard backward and use it in stand mode. Flip the keyboard back even further so it sits right behind the display. Now you can actually use the laptop like a proper tablet. You can also lay the screen flat which is perfect for sharing stuff on the screen with other people. As for specs, this is a 15.6-inch Full HD display, an Intel Pentium Silver N600 processor, 8GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, an HDMI output port, a media reader and much more.
The laptop also has access to the Play Store for apps and games. Speaking of gaming, Chromebooks support GeForce NOW too. So you can stream games over the cloud with a GeForce NOW subscription. You just need to connect a Bluetooth controller to the laptop and you’re good to go. Basically, Chromebooks are full-featured laptops. You can snag this deal for yourself at the link below.
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