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A laptop that gives you 9 hours of good performance

He Lenovo Flex 6 11 It has a big hit for a small economic 2 in 1 laptop. For $ 329.99, you get a relatively powerful Intel Celeron processor, a modest 64 GB of eMMC storage and more than 9 hours of battery power, all in an elegant body. However, he suffers some performance problems, due to his few 2 GB of RAM.

Due to its relatively off 11-inch screen and mediocre audio, your multimedia experience may not be the best. An as, the Lenovo Flex 6 11 It offers excellent economic performance and a pleasant typing experience for the daily workloads that students and jetsetters appreciate.

Lenovo Flex 6 11 – Design

He Lenovo Flex 6 11 It presents a simple and elegant design with a two-tone black plastic chassis with silver details. The Lenovo logo is carefully engraved in the upper left corner of the lid, and the double 360-degree aluminum hinges have a slight shine. Those hinges are not just for show; They allow the system to transform from a traditional laptop into a tablet, tent and presentation modes.

And although the different modes are quite useful, they are not always the most aesthetically pleasing. For example, in tablet mode, the top and bottom of the chassis do not line up well, which causes a space. I discovered that the lid was also somewhat annoying to open, with its lack of curvature in the seams.

Once you open it, they greet you with a smooth base that takes you to the elegant keyboard of the island, and just below is a softer touch screen.

Although not the largest of its 11-inch competitors, the Lenovo Flex 6 11It has more weight, with 2.7 pounds and 11.6 x 8.0 x 0.7 inches. Among its competitors, the smallest laptop is the Acer Spin 1 (11.4 x 7.9 x 0.6 inches), the thickest is the Asus VivoBook W202NA (0.9 inches) and the lightest with the biggest screen is the HP Stream 11 (2.5 pounds, 11.8 inches).

Connectivity

The Flex 6 has all the ports you need.The right side houses an HDMI port, a USB 3.0 with always active charging, a USB Type-C port and the LED power button. The power connector, a USB 2.0 port, a 4-in-1 card reader (SD, SDHC, SDXC, MMC) and a headphone jack line up on the left side.

Monitor

Lenovo Flex 6 11

He Lenovo Flex 6 11 It features an 11-inch screen with a clumsily thick edge. But that is not the worst part. This 1366 x 768 screen suffers from dull colors and is full of reflections. Luke Cage, a show that must be full of colorful cinematography, vanished when I watched the advance of the second season. While Luke Cage walked the streets of Harlem, his black and yellow hooded sweatshirt seemed weakened instead of bold.

As expected, the Flex 6 reproduced a low 71 percent of the sRGB color gamut, which is well below the average budget notebook (90 percent). And although Flex 6 outperforms the VivoBook (58 percent), it is eclipsed by Spin 1 (129 percent).

The screen of the Flex 6 registered 206 nits of brightness, which does not reach the average of the category of 225 nits. Spin 1 trips beyond Flex 6 with 349 nits. However, this time, Flex 6 exceeds Stream 11, which produced a miserable 188 nits. While in tablet mode, the Lenovo Flex 6 11 It is terribly dark if it is not at eye level, since the screen is not optimized for an upside down display.

Keyboard, touch panel and tablet mode

Lenovo Flex 6 11

For the price, The Flex 6 offers an island-type keyboard with a touch of satisfaction, with a 1.3mm travel of the decent key. The protected shape and gray color of the keys give this notebook a unique aesthetic. However, my faces sit a little awkward when I type, since the keyboard does not sink into the chassis as much as I hope.

The 3.5 x 2.3 inch touch panel is soft and smooth, with a soft but powerful click behind it. With that, I had no problems to perform the Windows 10 gestures.

I started the old MS Paint, and the touch screen followed my finger precisely and without delay. I managed to use it to draw an incredibly realistic photo of a bee.

Lenovo Flex 6 11 – Audio

The Flex 6's speakers sound like I'm listening to a driver from New York City going down the street, ruining the distorted music. While playing "Waste My Time" in Saint Asonia, the strumming of the background guitar was practically inaudible, and Adam Gontier's voice took over the entire song, overwhelming the rest of the instruments on the track. When I put the system to the maximum volume, it was an uncomfortable listening experience.