Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 3i Chromebook launched with 12.2-inch IPS panel and 12 hour battery life
For its presentation at CES 2023, Lenovo debuted a redesigned, more portable model of its IdeaPad Flex 3i Chromebook.
Its low-power OS and latest Intel N-series platforms allow its 16:10 FHD IPS display to remain on for up to 12 hours.
This convertible is promoted as a practical means of moving between the comfort of one’s own home and the demands of a mobile career.
The new Chromebook includes several highly requested Lenovo features, including a 360-degree viewing screen, an IdeaPad Flex image management system, and a privacy component for its webcam that can record in full 1080p.
A physical mute control for the microphone is built into the chassis, and the whole thing is shrunk down to a compact 12.2 inches so that you may move around with greater “agility” during the day.
Therefore, the original equipment manufacturer asserts, the user is liberated to operate from virtually any location, thanks to the 12 hours of battery life.
In addition, Lenovo is confident that the user will be able to use the IdeaPad Flex 3i Chromebook for extended periods of time because it has been certified as having a TÜV Low Blue Light (for those with photosensitive eyes).
ChromeOS, which can be paired with either an Intel N100 or N700 platform with up to 2.5GHz Wi-Fi 6E capability, is said to make setup just as simple, according to the OEM.
The new Lenovo Chromebook also includes 4 or 8 GB of RAM, and either 64 or 128 GB of eMMC storage, depending on the model.
It also features a variety of inputs and outputs, albeit it can only accommodate a microSD card and has a single USB Type-C port.
However, Lenovo insists that the USB 3.2 Gen 2 connector is “completely working.”
In May of 2023, you may purchase an Abyss Blue or Cloud Gray IdeaPad Flex 3i Chromebook from Lenovo for €479 (US$508).