Lenovo launches IdeaPad Flex 10, a unique convertible, in India

Lenovo has announced their new ultra-portable - the IdeaPad Flex 10 – in India. The Flex 10 flips 300° from laptop to stand mode, making it an interesting convertible device for work and entertainment while on the go.

Unlike most convertibles in the market, the Flex 10 does not convert into a tablet, but into a stand mode which is quite useful for media consumption or casual browsing. The 2-in-1 features 10-point multitouch display optimized for Windows 8.

Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 10


The new Flex 10 is very portable and measures only 17.3mm (0.68") thick and weighs just 1.2kg. The battery life though could be better. For a current generation ultra-portable, four hours doesn’t cut it.

Technical Specifications:

  • Up to Intel® Quad Core™ Pentium™ N3510 processor

  • Display: 10.1" HD (1366 x 768) resolution

  • Up to 500GB storage

  • Lenovo® VeriFace® Pro for fast and secure login using face recognition

  • AccuType keyboard with individual rounded keys for comfortable and accurate typing

  • One-piece multitouch touchpad for easy scroll and zoom functions

  • Integrated Bluetooth® 4.02 and 802.11 b/g/n WiFi connectivity

  • 720p HD webcam

  • USB 2.0, USB 3.0 and HDMI-out connectors

  • Dimensions: 273 mm x 188.5 mm x 21 mm

The IdeaPad Flex 10 is an affordable ultra-portable convertible notebook that would appeal to students and professionals on the go, sometimes as a secondary device for travel. Flex 10 starts at INR 25,990 and if it fits your need, it should be a good buy.


Reader comments

Lenovo launches IdeaPad Flex 10, a unique convertible, in India


No thanks I would rather have an ssd with low storage than a hdd with lots of storage that most people aren't even going to use

LOL.. Am from India too. :) And the laptop was available in store back in early February. Am using the laptop and loving it.

nah.... 10" is too small. If it was 13", I'd have thought about buying one as I'm looking for a portable laptop like this.

The best Windows 8 device I've had so far (and I've had a Surface, Surface Pro 2, and about a dozen others) is hands down the Dell Venue Pro 11. It not only has a laptop dock that provides extra battery, but has a desktop dock that connects with 2 external 1080P monitors. I have a desktop dock at home and work and use the Core i5 version with 4GB of RAM. The only thing I can't do with it is run some of my Steam Games. Otherwise it is nearly flawless since it can be a tablet, laptop, and desktop. My wife and I share the docking station at home when we need to do work so we can save space, but we can share it.  I can see that it would be great for offices where you can change stations at will.