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Lenovo Flex 14 2-in-1 Laptop: Ryzen 5 3500U, 1080p, 8GB DDR4, 256GB SSD EXPIRED

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  • Specs:
    • 14" 1920x1080 Full HD IPS Touchscreen Display
    • AMD Ryzen 5 3500U 2.10GHz Quad-Core Processor
    • 8GB DDR4 2400MHz Memory
    • 256GB Solid State Drive
    • Integrated AMD Radeon Vega 8 Graphics
    • Backlit Keyboard
    • Fingerprint Reader
    • 802.11 AC Dual WiFi + Bluetooth 4.2
    • Windows 10 Home 64-bit
    • Ports:
      • 2x USB 3.1 Type-A
      • 1x USB 3.1 Type-C
      • 1x HDMI
      • 1x Audio Combo Jack
    • 4-Cell Li-Ion 45Wh Battery
    • 3.64 lbs
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Bought the 12gb version with the Pen on Amazon for $550. Just a warning, be sure to order an Intel 9260 Wi-Fi Bluetooth replacement adapter (about $15 on Amazon). Need to be comfortable opening up the laptop (need mini screw driver kit with torx and spudger). The built in Realtek 8822BE Wi-Fi is unusable. It will constantly disconnect and there is no driver or solution that works, no matter what Lenovo tech support claims. Battery life is average, but ok for the price. Otherwise, a great device in the $500 range.
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If you have everything except the spudger, you can use anything with a wide flat end that isn't a harder than plastic or conductive. It's used to separate pressure-fit plastic components without causing either a short or damage to the casing during separation. It will bend before it damages the plastic and it won't cause a short if you touch the internal circuitry when opening the case. They should be less than a dollar on eBay or you can just use a guitar pick.
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No pen, if I checked correctly
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Bought the 12gb version with the Pen on Amazon for $550. Just a warning, be sure to order an Intel 9260 Wi-Fi Bluetooth replacement adapter (about $15 on Amazon). Need to be comfortable opening up the laptop (need mini screw driver kit with torx and spudger). The built in Realtek 8822BE Wi-Fi is unusable. It will constantly disconnect and there is no driver or solution that works, no matter what Lenovo tech support claims. Battery life is average, but ok for the price. Otherwise, a great device in the $500 range.
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need mini screw driver kit with torx and spudger
If you have everything except the spudger, you can use anything with a wide flat end that isn't a harder than plastic or conductive. It's used to separate pressure-fit plastic components without causing either a short or damage to the casing during separation. It will bend before it damages the plastic and it won't cause a short if you touch the internal circuitry when opening the case. They should be less than a dollar on eBay or you can just use a guitar pick.
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If you have everything except the spudger, you can use anything with a wide flat end. It's used to separate pressure-fit plastic components without causing damage during separation. They should be less than a dollar on eBay or you can just use a guitar pick.
In a pinch, a plastic card works as a spudger as well
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No pen, if I checked correctly
No pen but I purchased mine directly from Lenovo for $25. Great laptop, btw
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Seems like no usb-c PD?
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No pen but I purchased mine directly from Lenovo for $25. Great laptop, btw
How good is it for pen and taking notes etc? Ink capable and meets all those requirements?
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Bought the 12gb version with the Pen on Amazon for $550. Just a warning, be sure to order an Intel 9260 Wi-Fi Bluetooth replacement adapter (about $15 on Amazon). Need to be comfortable opening up the laptop (need mini screw driver kit with torx and spudger). The built in Realtek 8822BE Wi-Fi is unusable. It will constantly disconnect and there is no driver or solution that works, no matter what Lenovo tech support claims. Battery life is average, but ok for the price. Otherwise, a great device in the $500 range.
Hi deejayny. Does this model have HDMI 2.0 pirt and can do 4K @ 60hz? thx.
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Bought the 12gb version with the Pen on Amazon for $550. Just a warning, be sure to order an Intel 9260 Wi-Fi Bluetooth replacement adapter (about $15 on Amazon). Need to be comfortable opening up the laptop (need mini screw driver kit with torx and spudger). The built in Realtek 8822BE Wi-Fi is unusable. It will constantly disconnect and there is no driver or solution that works, no matter what Lenovo tech support claims. Battery life is average, but ok for the price. Otherwise, a great device in the $500 range.
There was a driver update that fixed this problem for me.
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Hi deejayny. Does this model have HDMI 2.0 pirt and can do 4K @ 60hz? thx.
I just now connected it to my Samsung 4K tv. By default it connected at 3840x2160 at 59 hertz (native for tv). In list all modes, I was able to change it to 4096x2160 at 60 Hertz, so assuming that it is supported for devices with that aspect ratio
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How good is it for pen and taking notes etc? Ink capable and meets all those requirements?
I think only Asus, Lenovo, and Dell support Ink. You could probably buy a used Bamboo Ink, that's what I use on my Asus with Ink support.

"The optional Lenovo Active Pen features pinpoint accuracy and palm-rejection technology, providing the natural feel of a pen-on-paper writing experience. Use it with Windows Ink, found on the Flex 14 taskbar, to turn thoughts into action. Draw on a map and get turn-by-turn instructions, employ some smart editing, get creative with extra detail, and more."
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There was a driver update that fixed this problem for me.
I tried every driver. Didn't make a difference. It's possible that my card was defective or that it does not play nice with my wireless network. A significant amount of of people out there including some that I met (I work in IT) seem to complain about the 8822be that is used in several laptop brands. The user shouldn't have to rely on constant driver updates or hit or miss wireless network compatibility to maintain a connection. Put in an Intel 9260 and works perfect with excellent speed and performance.
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Does this laptop have the screen dimming issues?
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