Lenovo Chromebook Flex 5 - 13.3" 1080p Touch Display / Intel Core i3-10110U $422.55 Delivered @ Amazon AU


15% discount at checkout for prime members.

Lenovo Chromebook Flex 5 13" Laptop, 13.3" FHD (1920 x 1080) Touch Display, Intel Core i3-10110U Processor, 4GB DDR4 OnBoard RAM, 64GB SSD, Intel UHD Graphics, Chrome OS, Graphite Grey.

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Be efficient and always ready. Breathtaking to behold whether in tablet, tent, stand, laptop mode or any angle in between, IdeaPad Flex 5 Chromebook 13" delivers a slim and light 360° convertible design. The triple threat of performance, connectivity and entertainment enabled by 10th Generation InteI Core processors offers groundbreaking intelligent performance features that adapt to you and the things you do, for a more personalized, intuitive and responsive Chromebook experience.
For looking at the bigger picture. Thanks to the narrow bezel and an impressive Full-HD IPS display, you can enjoy all your favorite movies and videos in crisp, clear, and vibrant detail with less distractions. IdeaPad Flex 5 Chromebook 13" is compatible with Lenovo digital pen, giving you the ability to click or drag files right on the screen. This Chromebook is also ready to rock your world by user-facing dual speakers. You can enjoy truly audio experience and really get the party started.
Get hooked up. IdeaPad Flex 5 Chromebook 13" features two USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C ports, one USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A port, and one audio jack. With the USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C port, you can enjoy fast data transfer, multimedia streaming, and battery charging on a single port! It is also built in latest Intel WiFi 6 and Bluetooth 5.0 enable best-in-class WiFi performance for the fastest, most reliable connection available.
Stay productive with Chrome OS and G Suite. With Chromebook, safety is top of mind: Your device updates* every six weeks to provide the latest protection from security threats. Every Chromebook goes through a verified boot process when it starts and automatically returns to a safer version if malicious changes are detected. Further, you can easily use Google's suite of powerful collaborative tools like Google Docs and Google Sheets, to accomplish your daily work, creating, editing and working together with your colleagues in real-time.
Warranty: This is an AU version with AU warranty & support

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  • Bigger screen than the duet

  • What's the difference between Chromebook and a tablet with a keyboard.

    • Chromebook run Chrome OS and Tablet runs Android/iOS. Chrome OS is less mature than Android but purpose built for big screen. Android on Tablet while run not as laggy is not really purpose built for big screen and still acts like a mobile phone OS.

      • Doesn't Samsung have Dex mode turns it more like desktop layout.

        • Tablet plus keyboard means you have to carry 2 things. This thing is slim and light.

          Dex mode means you have to have a screen and a Samsung device (with dex).

          If you are happy with either, then the choice is yours. This chrome book is a simple solution. I would recommend this to a colleague who needs a no nonsense work laptop for typing, or a student for doing work. They needn't need to other with the extra things like an addition keyboard or plugging things in.

          • @shiny1: So pretty much for internet surfing word typing and maybe YouTube laptop.

            Not for gaming or apps.

            • @Jklaro: If you want to view Streaming platforms other than Youtube though, any Samsung Tablet would be better due to Widevine L1. Lenovo don't have Widevine L1 on their chromebook and tablets.

            • @Jklaro: Definitely not for gaming and your typical windows apps, as the operating system isn't compatible. For basic stuff like media consumption, internet browsing, working on online documents, this is perfect.

        • Not quite the same, it is far more limited and fussy.
          Samsung tablet or phone with keyboard even with Dex mode generally only works at 1080p or lower for most USB-C cables and adaptors, and will only output to one screen.
          If you have a 4k screen (or often even with 2k) Dex means you will get a blurry low res experience, with dual screens you will be out of luck altogether.

    • Unlike any android tablet I can think of, these chromebooks will receive regular updates until April 2026.

  • this would be awesome if you could upgrade the memory and get rid of the emmc to ssd and install windows

  • Excellent deal
    Got one of these from JB on black friday sales for this price (after jumping through gift card deal hoops)

    Very capable Chromebook

  • I can't get it to $422 - I've got Prime too

    Edit: nvm check out can't read

  • when i click though it’s $497?

  • Duet is 15% off also - $316.

  • Duet is 15% off also - $312.80

  • So this or duet?

    • This has a bigger screen, decent keyboard, fully foldable hinge so can be used as a big tablet style

      Duet is more of you want a smaller device. If you want a laptop, this is a much better choice.
      (It's also faster)

    • Its for different usage I'd say. I've owned Lenovo yoga years ago which is similar in sizes like Flex 5, I never use the touchscreen and the tablet mode because of heavy weight and its huge sizes. On the other hand, having something small like duet would probably be very uncomfortable if you need to do lots of typing for hours.

    • Duer using ARM processor, which will be better choice if you want play Android games as lots of Android apps doesn't work with intel CPU.

    • It depends on your priorities.
      Flex 5 pros:
      Does not come apart, works like a laptop, can work on lap.
      More capable processor.
      Can work with multiple external monitors.

      Duet Pros:
      The Duet screen is much nicer, brighter and can use outdoors.
      More storage (128GB)
      Lighter, especially when using as a standalone tablet (450g).
      Many Android games play ok due to ARM processor

      • Can work with multiple external monitors.

        Does it work with USB-C? I can't seem to find a reference to this - unless it's 'multimedia streaming'?

        The Lenovo Chromebook Flex 5 13 inch has two USB-C 3.2 (Gen 1) ports, a USB-A (Gen 1) port, and an audio jack. With the USB-C 3.2 (Gen 1) port, you can enjoy fast data transfer, multimedia streaming, and battery charging—all on a single port.

    • ok as i already have : 17" windows laptop, and samsung 6.8" android phone, i take duet (instead of samsung tablet again for example)
      and yes i kind of need something in between the sizes. thank you all, nice to meet you all at 7am

    • For someone who works on the go, like on public transport where you're away from a solid workstation/table, I believe the Flex would be a better choice as the hinge for the screen is fixed in place, whereas the Duet requires some propping up behind the screen, which would be hard if working from your lap?

  • the 15% off says

    These terms and conditions apply to the offer whereby customers who purchase selected Chromebooks as displayed for that offer on amazon.com.au (“Qualifying Items”), will receive 15% off those Qualifying Items only at Checkout (“Offer”).The Offer only applies to Qualifying Items sold by Amazon AU on Amazon.com.au. Offers do not apply to items sold by third-party sellers on Amazon.com.au (including Amazon US) even if “fulfilled by Amazon”. The discount off Qualifying Items will only be applied at checkout. This offer is available to Prime members (Australia) only. This Offer is valid until the earlier of 23:59 (AEST) on 02/07/2021 or while stocks last.

    but i m not Prime and get it. anyone else? kind of bug ? i even have options for next day delivery with just $5-7 extra

  • I use a very similar chromebook to watch crap in bed before sleeping.

  • Officeworks for the i5/8GB/128 SSD variant looks like a good deal for $746

  • Thanks for the post OP. Bought this on boxing day for $497. Called Amazon and they have agreed to credit the difference as a promo gift certificate. Guess it pays to be regular on OZB !
    And agree with the posts above….i had a duet style laptop earlier and found that it was too awkward to use unless I was sitting on a desk (e.g. on the bed, etc.)…hence decided to go with the Flex rather than the Duet.

  • Got one. Couldn't resist.

  • Was about to bite the bullet yesterday for $549. Glad I waited. Thanks OP!

  • Is there any likelihood of getting a high street store (Officeworks or JB Hifi) to match the Prime price?

  • What sort of security virus protection is there on Chrome. I see kaspersky may not be available?

    • Being a Chromebook, it's basically immune to any modern viruses that are a risk on windows and Macs.

      Your best protection is an adblocker like uBlock Origin, which is an extension thar works on any windows, Mac or Chromebook that runs Chrome.

  • This is good for taking notes and stuff at uni? Typing on pdfs etc.