It’s thin; it’s light … and it’s always connected to the internet. By now, the formula for laptops like the Lenovo Flex 5G is pretty well established: instead of a chip from Intel or AMD, at its core sits an ARM-based Snapdragon 8cx that has much more in common with smartphone silicon. Instead of being built for power, it’s built to wake up quickly, use battery power sparingly, and maintain a constant connection to the web.
What sets the Lenovo Flex 5G apart from the last Always-Connected PC I reviewed is right in the “5G” suffix – but the real question is: is one extra wireless G worth an extra half-a-G in dollars? Join me for MrMobile’s Lenovo Flex 5G Review!
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MrMobile’s Lenovo Flex 5G Review was produced following seven days with a Lenovo Flex 5G review sample provided by Lenovo. An additional sample was also sent for additional keyboard testing. Tested on Verizon in Brooklyn, NY. Preproduction hardware running pre-release software.
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