Deal on Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 5i: its 30% off and laptop is available for $299.99

The 2-in-1 laptop that can be used in two different ways is no longer, by default, a high-end piece of hardware. The same way you can find cheap classic clamshells, you can find cheap ones. Take the Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 5i: Its light weight of 3.31 pounds makes it easy to switch between touch-tablet mode and regular laptop mode quickly.

This light weight is paired with hinges that have been redesigned to be stronger and a responsive 14-inch touch screen. 14 inches is becoming a more popular screen size for convertibles. Even though there are some things that could be improved, like the brightness of the screen and the battery life, this is a good, if not award-winning, choice among 2-in-1s in this price range.


  • Sturdy as a tablet or laptop
  • Includes both HDMI and USB-C ports
  • Responsive, bright touch screen
  • Decent performance for the price

The Lenovo Flex 5i is simple and looks like it was made for business. It has a slight wedge shape, which means that the front is thinner than the back. It also has thin bezels and a chiclet keyboard with speakers on each side. There is a small lip at the top of the screen to help you hold the laptop better when you open it. The device has air vents on the back and bottom. It comes in Cloud Gray, Stone Blue, and Stone Gray colour schemes.

The way the Lenovo Flex 5i is made is good. The bottom is made of plastic, but the lid is made of aluminium. The build feels solid, and there are no obvious flaws or gaps. The finish doesn’t get scratched or dirty easily. There is a little bit of flex in the keyboard deck, but almost none in the screen or when the laptop is closed. The feet feel solid and stay in place well, and the weight is spread out evenly.

Connectivity is good, with a proprietary power connector (though my review unit came with a USB-C charger), USB-C 3.2 port, full-sized HDMI 1.4b port, and 3.5mm audio jack on the left side, and two USB-A 3.2 ports and a full-size SD card reader on the right side. Even at this price, it’s disappointing that there is no Thunderbolt 4 support. Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.0 let you connect wirelessly.

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The IdeaPad Flex 5i has the same 52.5 watt-hour battery as its predecessor. The Core i5 processor and 14-inch Full HD screen made me wonder how long the battery would last. The battery life on the AMD model was just fine. If you didn’t push it too hard, you might be able to get a full day’s work out of it.

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