Lenovo Flex 3: Conclusion

December 2, 2015 by Michael Wall Reads (16,531)
Editor's Rating

Ratings Breakdown (1-10)

    • Software & Support
    • 6
    • Upgrade Capabilities
    • 4
    • Usability
    • 5
    • Design
    • 7
    • Performance
    • 3
    • Features
    • 5
    • Price/Value Rating
    • 5
    • Total Score:
    • 5.00
    • Rating 1 to 10, top score 10


When it comes to entry-level laptops it’s all about what you get for the price. So when we evaluate the Flex 3 it’s important to consider how much the device is worth. At $500 or more the Flex 3 feels far too expensive. Sure the design is great, with wonderful audio quality and a solid touchpad, but the dulled display and weak specs are troublesome. At that price point the Dell Inspiron 11 3000 is a better option, offering stronger performance and a slightly slimmer design for a similar price. However, those weak points are far more palatable at around the $350 price range.

In fact the Lenovo Flex 3 is one of the better entry-level multi-mode laptops (when it’s actually listed at that price). Few budget hybrids offer the quality build that the Flex 3 boasts. It’s sturdy and durable while remaining portable enough to easily travel around with.

That’s who this device is best suited for: Users that want the flexibility and utility of a hybrid, but don’t mind giving up some of the performance that your standard laptop offers.


  • lenovo flex 3 tentHigh quality design
  • Excellent touchpad
  • Crisp audio quality
  • Long lasting battery


  • Weak performance
  • Dull Screen
  • Shallow key travel



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