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Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 5 14" (2 in 1 Laptop) - Ryzen 7 5700U, FHD, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD $1,106.10 Shipped @ Lenovo Education Store

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EDUCOMM

Processor
AMD Ryzen™ 7 5700U (8C / 16T, 1.8 / 4.3GHz, 4MB L2 / 8MB L3)

Operating System
Windows 11 Home 64

Display Type
14.0" FHD (1920x1080) IPS 250nits Glossy, 45% NTSC, 10-point Multi-touch

Memory
16 GB Soldered DDR4-3200

Hard Drive
512 GB SSD M.2 2280 PCIe 3.0x4 NVMe

Warranty
1 Year On-site

AC Adapter
65W Round Tip (3-pin)

Graphics
Integrated AMD Radeon™ Graphics

Second Hard Drive
N/A

Battery
Integrated 52.5Wh

Bluetooth
Bluetooth® 5.0

Camera
720p with Privacy Shutter

Pen
Lenovo Digital Pen

Fingerprint Reader
Touch Style

Keyboard
Backlit, English

Pointing Device
ClickPad + Lenovo Digital Pen

Wireless
802.11AC (2x2) & Bluetooth® 5.0

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closed Comments

  • Good laptop with Very poor screen quality.

    • How do you know what is a poor screen quality, if it's this 1920x1080, it's not that bad?

      • 45% NTSC is pretty bad, but I suppose that would only matter if you were doing anything that requires colour accuracy. The real terrible spec is that it is only 250 nits. Not really bright enough to use outside and it will look like shit in any brightly lit environment.

        • Really? So nits units is the measurement. What's the least for outside use?

          • @PeeDee: In my opinion around 400-500 is decent enough for outdoor use (not in direct sunlight, though). The higher you go the better. My ThinkPad has a 350 nit screen I believe and outside even in the shade it is too dim. Inside it's fine, but doesn't look great in a brightly lit room.

            • @jamesorion: Where did you find the nits screen? I can't find it.

            • @jamesorion: I did some digging, haha. Your 350 nits are enough anyway. That's mid-range. I am not sure why you use your laptop outside, whether you have the perfect outside environment, but laptops are mostly used indoors. Being mid-range, I think in a brightly lit room would be okay? Unless if your lit is light hospital-grade lit?

  • +1

    Stay away from these 250nit 45% NTSC screens. They are absolutely dog shit.

  • Nice to see a decent flex deal in Australia for a change

  • looks like it is a 15" , good specs but doesn't have usb c dp for multiple monitors?
    cheaper a few months ago … https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/639808

  • Bought this Sunday night, it's already shipped and should be delivered tomorrow.
    Hopefully the screen is good enough for a high school student

    • please give us a review when you get it :)

      • Opened it today, the screen is reasonable, no problems indoor.
        Pretty happy with the price.

  • some how the link does not work,, when i configure the same spec it comes to 1229.00.

  • Use to love Lenovo but gotta neg due to bad experience with them now sadly.

    The warranty claim process was absolute BS. Laptop was DoA (wifi chip not working), got stuffed around for months to even get a return label. Once returned heard nothing for 3-4 weeks and eventually just asked for a refund. Refund took 3-4 more weeks of back and fourth.

    The laptop itself is great though, but in all honesty I would rather pay a little extra if I can get a decent warranty experience if ever needed.

    Lenovo use to be one of the best for warranty in my opinion - even have heard of laptops replaced under warranty when the user asks for a quote for liquid damage… Now it's one of the worse.

    Also had a dock which they wouldn't replace when it randomly stopped charging my other laptop (after working fine for 6+ months). A ThinkPad dock for a ThinkPad laptop.

    The laptop officially isn't "supported" as mac address passthrough doesn't work, everything else does. They wouldn't even consider replacing it until I found a "compatible" device that supported Mac address passthrough to show the charging isn't working there either….

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