Lenovo — 2022 — IdeaPad Flex 5i — 2-in-1 Chromebook Laptop Computer — Intel Core i3-1115G4 — 13.3″ FHD Touch Display — 8GB Memory — 128GB Storage -…

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  • The IdeaPad Flex 5i Chromebook is simple to use – just login to your Google account and you’re ready to go with access to your email, documents, calendar, and more
  • Laptop or tablet – why not both? With a 13″ FHD touchscreen, you can use your Lenovo Chromebook the way that works best for you to browse online, listen to music, stream movies, or video chat with friends
  • With the streamlined Chrome OS packed with the latest features, this convertible Chromebook offers a quick and nimble system response time
  • The IdeaPad Flex 5i Chromebook streams audio that’s surprisingly loud and clear for a compact device, thanks to its enhanced stereo speakers and built-in amplifier that’s certified by Waves Audio
  • Watch and stream shows and videos with no distractions, thanks to the narrow bezels and wider viewing angles on the Full-HD IPS display
Last updated on 30 марта, 2023 17:06 Details
Lenovo — 2022 — IdeaPad Flex 5i — 2-in-1 Chromebook Laptop Computer — Intel Core i3-1115G4 — 13.3″ FHD Touch Display — 8GB Memory — 128GB Storage -…
Lenovo — 2022 — IdeaPad Flex 5i — 2-in-1 Chromebook Laptop Computer — Intel Core i3-1115G4 — 13.3″ FHD Touch Display — 8GB Memory — 128GB Storage -…




Specification: Lenovo — 2022 — IdeaPad Flex 5i — 2-in-1 Chromebook Laptop Computer — Intel Core i3-1115G4 — 13.3″ FHD Touch Display — 8GB Memory — 128GB Storage -…

Standing screen display size





‎3 core_i3



Memory Speed

‎2400 MHz

Hard Drive

‎128 GB SSD

Graphics Coprocessor

‎Intel UHD Graphics

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Card Description


Wireless Type


Number of USB 3.0 Ports


Average Battery Life in hours

‎10 Hours

Max Screen Resolution

‎1920 x 1080

Item model number



‎IdeaPad Flex 5i Chromebook

Operating System

‎Chrome OS

Item Weight

‎4.44 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎12.2 x 8.43 x 0.67 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎12.2 x 8.43 x 0.67 inches


‎Abyss Blue

Processor Brand


Processor Count


Computer Memory Type


Hard Drive Interface


Power Source

‎Battery Powered


‎1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

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3 reviews for Lenovo — 2022 — IdeaPad Flex 5i — 2-in-1 Chromebook Laptop Computer — Intel Core i3-1115G4 — 13.3″ FHD Touch Display — 8GB Memory — 128GB Storage -…

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  1. Gavin Barber

    After reading tons of reviews and taking ages to make a decision, I finally decided that I don’t need a full PC, and I can totally get by with a Chromebook. The costs are so much lower it’s barely a comparison, and though it’s kind of like having a really big Android phone in many ways, the value for the money is hard to beat. The cost was pretty low to start with, and I was able to use points from my credit card to carve that in half. Combined with the fact that this was top rated by Wirecutter (NYT, not trying to give them a plug but citing my source) I thought I should just make the call without more delay. Starts instantly, shuts down instantly, controls are intuitive, folds flat nicely, feels solid (though we shall see what happens if my toddler really gets her hands on it), light up keyboard is nice though not critical. I guess I’m a little surprised by the very basic keypad which does not appear to have any extra buttons like Control/Alt, but perhaps those are PC functions that don’t apply to Chromebooks? I’m not certain. Machine came shockingly quickly, maybe two days, was fully charged on arrival, and the main thing I really like is that it doesn’t constantly, incessantly and frustratingly update the Windows OS. I probably erred when buying my last Dell PC by going a bit cheap and cheerful on the computing power, but I joked that it was really just a software updating machine that didn’t really do much other than download new software (which would slow its performance to a crawl). I really hope I’ve sidestepped that whole issue with this machine.

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  2. Danny Lattrell

    I’ve been using windows based laptops since the early 1990s and they start out reasonably fast but, overtime they get bogged down, slow down, and become frustratingly slow. When it comes to speed of startup, speed when surfing the web, and overall operational speed, this inexpensive little laptop puts all the windows based laptops I’ve owned to shame. You open the lid and it’s ready to go instantly. Touch the chrome browser button and your home page opens instantly. Click or touch links, shortcuts, or bookmarks and they open instantly. I can actually run Microsoft Office online version faster than I can run MS Office that is installed locally on my windows desktop computer. Wow!

    So, what’s the catch? You need an internet connection because almost everything about the way a chromebook works is web based. You can’t install most full versions of windows based programs on this computer. You have a huge numbers of apps available from the App Store but, if you require installed full versions of programs that work in places with no internet access than this machine is not the answer.

    However, I see this type of system as the future of computing. I could see where a chromebook with cellular (this one is WiFi only) could be ideal in the future as more and more software and information storage becomes entirely or, almost entirely web based. Because you’re not storing huge programs and tons of data on your computer things don’t get bogged down, your machine stays fast, and you are less likely to pick up malware.

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  3. Kate B.

    Within our household, three children are gamers alongside two adult gamers. It’s getting a little expensive now tbh lol. Over Thanksgiving break we all landed on Stardew Valley as a video game we enjoy playing together as a family, but our youngest sons’ 12 yr old entry-level gaming laptop is dying, even with upgrading ram and a reset on that machine it can’t handle most games anymore. So he wasn’t able to play with us on his own rig. We took turns, but it just wasn’t as fun.

    Enter the Lenovo Flex 5i. I took the time to enable the Linux Beta, went through the process of getting steam set to 32-bit, and downloaded Stardew Valley. It runs smoothly, with no glitching/lag. I did make the Linux portion of the HD take more of a share than was suggested, 30 Gb vs 10 Gb to accommodate adding more demanding games. It runs Terraria and other similar titles beautifully. But this Chromebook doesn’t stop there for us, we’ve been using it for web surfing, streaming movies, and as an extra device for homework when the school Chromebooks are slow/acting up. It’s filling a niche that we truly didn’t realize we needed in our home.

    Overall: If you are looking to play some low-demand (side scrollers, dungeon crawling 32-bit games) steam games via Linux, then this is a great option. If you just need something to watch movies/youtube/surf the web it’s more than powerful enough to handle that with ease. This Chromebook is sleek, peppy, and feels expensive even though we got it for under $300. My only minor complaint so far is the matte finish is prone to showing every fingerprint on the outside of the case, but at the same time, it lets us see how often it is being used and reminds us to clean it often.

    But as a final note, for us, this Chromebook is a stop-gap/multi-purpose item to fill in when we need it. In late winter/early spring, our son will probably get a mini gaming PC since he isn’t as big of a gamer as the rest of his siblings but may want to play more robust games. This Chromebook gives us some breathing room over the winter to research & shop for his future rig while allowing us all to play games together as a family.

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