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We found 37 Reddit mentions of Lenovo Flex 14 2-in-1 Convertible Laptop, 14 Inch FHD Touchscreen Display, AMD Ryzen 5 3500U Processor, 12GB DDR4 RAM, 256GB NVMe SSD, Windows 10, 81SS000DUS, Black, Pen Included. Here are the top ones.

With a 1920 x 1080 full HD touch screen display and the powerful and efficient AMD Ryzen 5 3500U mobile Processor, you can work, stream, and game for hours, along with Radeon Vega 8 for fast video and photo editing. Includes HDMI, USB-C, and USB 3.1 inputsComprehensive, built-in, ongoing protection with Windows 10 helps protect you against viruses, malware, and ransomwareConvenient true block privacy shutter allows you to physically close your PC's webcam whenever you're not using itWith the included active pen, you can draw or take notes directly on the screen, anywhere you goUp to 10 hours of battery life with recharge technology to power your laptop computer up to 80% in just one hour

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Found 37 comments on Lenovo Flex 14 2-in-1 Convertible Laptop, 14 Inch FHD Touchscreen Display, AMD Ryzen 5 3500U Processor, 12GB DDR4 RAM, 256GB NVMe SSD, Windows 10, 81SS000DUS, Black, Pen Included:

u/archibald_crappins · 6 pointsr/photoshop

Lenovo Flex 14

$549.99. A little more than your budget, but perfect for what you’re looking for.

u/BudgetSetHelp · 5 pointsr/SuggestALaptop

Here are some options that match your Description (non affiliate links):


These 2 are probably your best option, 2 in 1, ryzen based CPUs meaning they also have great integrated VEGA GPUs.

Lenovo Flex 14 price: $580

Lenovo Flex 14 price: $550


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u/count_smith · 4 pointsr/bapcsalescanada


600$. 2-in-1 14" Touchscreen/pen for notes, 3.5 lbs. 3500U/Vega 8 should handle minecraft fine. Don't think you will find better for 600$ and specs are great for that price.

u/theyre_whores_im_in · 2 pointsr/deals

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Best Overall

  1. HP Envy 13 Touchscreen Laptop


    • 10th-generation Intel Core i7 CPU

    • Intel graphics

    • 8 GB of RAM

    • 13-inch Full HD IPS touchscreen

    • 256 GB of SSD storage

    • Built-in fingerprint sensor

    • Built-in switch for disabling the webcam

    • Thunderbolt 3-capable USB-C port, two full USB-A ports, microSD
    card reader

    • Bang & Olufsen-tuned stereo speakers

    • Up to 17 hours of battery life

    >By offering a perfect blend of cool design, exceptional craftsmanship, excellent performance, and a host of handy hardware features, the latest generation 13-inch HP Envy is the best touchscreen laptop. Lightweight and elegant, it has a speedy and futureproof Intel processor, a Full HD touchscreen with thin bezels, a superb set of wired and wireless connectivity options, and epic battery life.

    >The keyboard and the trackpad impressed me a great deal during my testing. The latter in particular offers a massive leap in quality and precision over the previous generations. A built-in fingerprint sensor is also on board, as are a webcam kill switch and stereo speakers tuned by Bang and Olufsen.

    >Most importantly, when it comes to pricing, this HP Envy variant is impossible to overlook, especially considering its hardware specs and the build quality it offers. I tip my hat to HP for pricing the notebook well below $1,000!

    Price: $970

  2. Lenovo Flex 14 2-in-1 Laptop


    • AMD Ryzen 5 3500U CPU (quad-core)

    • Radeon Vega 8 graphics

    • 12 GB of RAM

    • 14-inch 360-degree touchscreen with Full HD resolution (1,920 by 1,080 pixels)

    • 256 GB of SSD storage

    • Two full USB 3.0 ports, USB-C port, HDMI port, SD card reader

    • Up to 10 hours of battery life

    >Priced just a tad above $500, the Lenovo Flex 14 has a pleasantly understated design, as well as top-notch hardware specs. It has a versatile 360-degree touchscreen with a bundled stylus pen, a powerful AMD processor, and a rich set of connectivity features. A Windows Central review editor referred to the notebook as a “worthwhile budget convertible.”

    >The 14-inch Full HD touchscreen could use higher brightness and more vibrant colors, but it’s plenty good for a product this affordable. And the included stylus pen is all but guaranteed to come in handy for a plethora of tasks.

    >The backlit keyboard and the trackpad of the notebook are good for its price range. The built-in fingerprint sensor on the other hand, is a pleasant surprise. The same goes for the built-in webcam shutter.

    >The notebook can last for up to 10 hours between battery charges and, once that’s up, you can replenish its battery up to 80% in just 1 hour with the bundled charger.

    Price: $550

    The Apple User’s Pick

  3. Apple iPad Pro (12.9-inch)


    • Apple A12X Bionic chip with a built-in Neural Engine

    • 12.9-inch Liquid Retina display

    • Optional Apple Pencil

    • Up to 1 TB of built-in storage

    • TrueDepth camera with Face ID

    • Thunderbolt 3-capable USB-C port

    • Up to 10 hours of battery life

    >I said this before and I’ll repeat it again: the 12.9-inch Apple iPad Pro is a legit laptop replacement for several reasons, starting with its insanely capable A12X Bionic chip, which, according to Laptop Mag, “rivals or beats” most laptops. Equipped with Apple’s Smart Keyboard Cover, the tablet is a phenomenal productivity tool. Best of all, the iPad Pro is lightweight (it weighs only 1.4 pounds!) and versatile beyond belief.

    >The 12.9-inch Retina wowed me, and is “one of the best, most accurate mobile displays you can look at,” according to The Verge. In addition to being sharp and vibrant, it has a maximum refresh rate of 120 Hz. The latter makes every task you perform on the iPad Pro fast and fluid. The screen is also a perfect canvas for the optional second-generation Apple Pencil — the best input device of its kind.

    >Apple’s iPadOS is also crucial in making the big iPad Pro a formidable laptop replacement. The mobile platform has intuitive user interface, superb multitasking capabilities, and a fantastic selection of apps that are tailor-made for a big screen.

    Price: $943

    The Chrome OS Pick

  4. Asus Chromebook Flip C434 Touchscreen Laptop


    • Eighth-generation Intel Core m3 or Core m5 CPU (dual-core)

    • 14-inch 360-degree touchscreen with 1,920 by 1,080 pixels; 360-degree hinge

    • Built-in stylus by Wacom

    • 4/8 GB of RAM; 64 GB of eMMC storage

    • Two USB-C ports, one full USB port, microSD card reader

    • Up to 10 hours of battery life

    >If you prefer Chrome OS, then the ASUS Chromebook Flip C434 is the best pick worth your attention today. It has a gorgeous design and craftsmanship, a versatile 360-degree display, and top-notch performance. The product is also the “favorite Chromebook” of a Laptop Mag review editor.

    >Intel’s Core m processors found in the C434 are not the most powerful in the business, but they are plenty capable for Chrome OS. During my testing, every task I performed on the Chromebook Flip happened instantly.

    >I only wish that the Google Play store had more apps and games optimized for a large-screen experience. The ASUS Flip C434 is also a tad pricey for a Chromebook, but, given its design and performance, it’s well worth the splurge.

    Price: $530

    The Hardest Working Pick

  5. Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (7th Generation) Touchscreen Laptop


    • Eighth-generation Intel Core i7 CPU (quad-core)

    • Intel graphics

    • 16 GB of RAM

    • 14-inch matte touchscreen with Full HD resolution (1,920 by 1,080 pixels)

    • 512 GB of SSD storage

    • Windows Hello sign-in with a fingerprint sensor

    • Two full USB 3.1 ports, two Thunderbolt 3-capable USB-C ports, HDMI port,
    microSD card slot

    • Built-in webcam shutter

    • Up to 18 hours of battery life

    >Lenovo’s touchscreen-equipped ThinkPad X1 Carbon is made for hard work on the go. It’s insanely lightweight yet impressively powerful and capable of easily making it through a full day (and beyond) on a single battery charge.

    >The product’s wired and wireless connectivity features are also exceptional. According to a PCMag review editor, the ThinkPad X1 Carbon “is as close to the ultimate business laptop as you can get.” I couldn’t agree more.

    >I was really blown away by the battery endurance of the variant with a Full HD display I tested. I also enjoyed using its quiet and precise keyboard, as well as its excellent trackpad. I like that Lenovo opted to install a webcam cover on the ThinkPad X1 Carbon, too.

    Price: $1500
u/legos45 · 2 pointsr/LaptopDeals

Hi, I don't think you'll need to go used or refurbished. The Lenovo Flex 14 is a very good choice for you, since it is a 2-in-1 with a touchscreen, light, and well specced for the price.

u/The_Adviser100 · 2 pointsr/SuggestALaptop

I would say that the lenovo flex 14 is a better option than both .

u/pixol22 · 2 pointsr/buildapcsales

Keep an eye on this guy, it went on sale for around $450 on Prime Day and I expect it to go on sale for Black Friday too! I own the Ryzen 7, 3700U version from Costco and I love it! It's got a great Windows Precision trackpad, above average keyboard with backlighting, fingerprint sensor that works well, active pen support, touch screen, and it's a convertible. Battery life is average with around 5-6 hours in my use. Powerful little machine.

Ryzen 5 3500U, 256GB, 12gb of ram, w/ pen, may go on sale later: https://www.amazon.com/Lenovo-Convertible-Touchscreen-Processor-81SS000DUS/dp/B07TWHYTSQ/

Ryzen 7 3700U, 512GB, 12gb of ram, w/o pen, 5% surcharge without membership: https://www.costco.com/lenovo-flex-14-2-in-1-touchscreen-laptop---ryzen-7---1080p.product.100513252.html

Video: https://youtu.be/Nfz46HXvPLc

u/StarWistStuff · 2 pointsr/LaptopDeals

Hey, I'm going to update my request. I posted earlier in the week and had time to think this weekend.


  • Shopping for laptops is stressful; almost every lower-budget machine has big trade-offs these days!
  • Lots of cheaper machines make compromises on basic quality of life; screen, keyboard, touchpad and so on..
  • I really like the aesthetic of the Asus Zenbooks with the Ergo-Hinge, but they're all very different model to model.
  • I've noticed QA issues amongst the reviews for products with the R5-3500u/3700u as well as heat/noise concerns. In retrospect these are issues that I don't want to gamble on; which also makes the Lenovo Flex 14'' & APU's less attractive.
  • The Flex 14'' is a really good value and has a pretty secure spot at being a 2nd or 3rd choice.
  • Something I've realized is that I don't really need a dedicated GDDR5 GPU like the MX150 or MX250.

    General Usage Habits:

  • 10-15 Firefox Tabs
  • Youtube, Spotify, Pandora.
  • Netflix, Amazon Prime, Streaming.
  • I'd like to play around w/ Linux.

    Budget: Initially; $400-600; but concern with build quality pushes me towards < $1000

    Country: USA ~Getting to a Microcenter, BestBuy or Walmart isn't a problem.

    Screen size: 13-14'' -- 1080p; prefer SSD & 8GB of RAM.

    Screen resolution: Prefer 1080p with solid brightness & good viewing angles.


    Sound: I'll likely bring my soundbar/headphones, but sound isn't unimportant.

    Touch screen: Depends; I think it's almost mandatory for Chromebooks & less so for laptops.

    Battery Life: I want something that's fairly powerful but can last a full school day (5-10 hours).

    Weight**: Less than 5 lbs; considering various Chromebooks & Ultrabooks; the lighter the better.

    Tl;DR - Laptops & Chromebooks that I'm considering:


  1. Asus Zenbook UX333FA-DH51 $840
  2. Asus Vivobook S14-S432 & S15-S532 $750-900
  3. Acer Aspire Slim 5: A515-54G-53H6 $650
  4. Lenovo Flex 14'' R5-3500u $560
    https://www.lenovo.com/us/en/laptops/ideapad/ideapad-flex-series/Lenovo-IdeaPad-FLEX-15IWL/p/88IP8FX1272 (Lenovo Holiday sales ~ 10th Gen Intel = nice integrated graphics (for me anyway..)
  5. ASUS ZenBook 13 UX333FA-DH51
  6. HP Spectre x360 15-ch011dx Convertible

    I know that I could get better "value" - with a 10th gen i5 & an MX250 w/ the Acer Aspire Slim 5. The hardware is better, but I find the build quality concerning because this is a machine that'll go pretty much everywhere with me. The Vivobook, while less expensive loses a lot of battery life compared to the UX333FA; which I'm considering picking up used or possibly on Ebay because I love the aesthetic and getting it for ~ $700 is a much more competitive deal for me.

    Edit (adding some Microcenter deals) UX333FA-DH51 is @ $800 & HP Spectre x360 is at $850/800 too.
u/LonerIM2 · 2 pointsr/SuggestALaptop

The one linked in the other comment is a good option, but I would suggest this Lenovo Flex 14 because it offers great value for money and it comes with everything you need, AMD Ryzen 5 3500U quad core CPU which is one of the best in your budget and great for your usage, 12GB of ram for smooth multitasking, Good SSD storage of 256 GB for faster boot up and loading, Full HD touchscreen and supports stylus like you asked for and it is within your budget.

u/techstar2000 · 2 pointsr/LaptopDeals

Leaving your laptop plugged in wont affect the battery life as most laptops , once fully charged, stop charging and just power the laptop directly from the charger.

As it relates to the system you are seeking, if you could go a few dollars over budget, this Lenovo Flex 14 would be a great pick for watching movies and similar tasks.

u/honggiakhanh · 2 pointsr/SuggestALaptop

Would you consider i3 8250U MX150 > Ryzen 5 3500U Vega 8?
Also, this looks like it should be on the list also, Lenovo Flex 659$ with 12GB Ram Ryzen 5 3500U Vega 8: https://www.amazon.com/Lenovo-Convertible-Touchscreen-Processor-81SS000DUS/dp/B07TWHYTSQ?ref_=ast_sto_dp.
What do you think?

u/koningdied · 2 pointsr/laptops

If you are returning it, have a look at this laptop it is also 400 dollar. It is a bit short on storage, but if you are just planning to use it for content cunsuming, word and work mostly in the cloud it should do the job.


If you have the monney to step up to a 500 dollar budged you have a mutch wider range of laptops to chose from.

This is a accepteble laptop for 500 dollar. https://www.amazon.com/Acer-i5-8265U-Keyboard-Fingerprint-A515-54-51DJ/dp/B07RF2123Z/ref=sr_1_17?keywords=laptop+500+dollar&qid=1570962516&sr=8-17

If you have 550 dollars, want touchscreen and pen support, this is a verry good option.


u/DL7610 · 2 pointsr/laptops

Lenovo Flex 14 2-in-1 with Pen may fit your need as far as new laptops go. There are many different configurations at different prices, this one has intel i5 8th gen, 8gb ram 255 gb ssd at $579.99: https://www.newegg.com/p/1XV-0001-00SP5?Description=flex%2014&cm_re=flex_14-_-9SIAEYJ9MJ8109-_-Product

Amazon has one with AMD Ryzen 5 3500U, 12gb ram, 256 gb ssd for $579.99 also: https://www.amazon.com/Lenovo-Convertible-Touchscreen-Processor-81SS000DUS/dp/B07TWHYTSQ/ref=sr_1_5?keywords=flex+14&qid=1567560461&s=gateway&sr=8-5


Review by Lon Seidman, his test unit is a higher level config, though (16 gb ram): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pu6WuyzmNQU


You can find used/refurbished unit for cheaper on eBay, just make sure the seller is reputable.


As far as older models go, I have a Fujitsu T936, bought on eBay auction: http://www.ebaystores.com/Fujitsu-Computer-Store/2-in-1-/_i.html?_trksid=p4634.c0.m322&_fsub=3&_sid=100217907&Also available refurbished through Newegg, with warranty for $359 US: https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E16834705325?Description=lifebook%20t936&cm_re=lifebook_t936-_-34-705-325-_-Product

u/Xenoflower7 · 2 pointsr/SuggestALaptop

New 2 in 1 Amd Ryzen Laptop 2019

Lenovo Flex 14 2-in-1 Convertible Laptop, 14 Inch FHD Touchscreen Display, AMD Ryzen 5 3500U Processor, 12GB DDR4 RAM, 256GB NVMe SSD, Windows 10, 81SS000DUS, Black, Pen Included


Price: $579

u/Just_made_this_now · 1 pointr/newzealand

> Im in the market for a laptop.

Get one of these, 450 USD atm. Even with GST, it's like half the price of what you'd pay here for something similar.

u/AspiringAuthor2019 · 1 pointr/LaptopDeals


I can’t figure out how to send you a link to the direct one, under options it says new and used from $511.49. The $511 one.

u/fluffy_blue_clouds · 1 pointr/LaptopDeals

Wife doing detailed statistical work. Needs a new workhorse.

Also wants touchscreen. Which of these ?

i7 = Acer Spin 3 $809 = Acer Spin 3 Convertible Laptop, 14" Full HD IPS Touch, 8th Gen Intel Core i7-8565U, 16GB DDR4, 512GB PCIe NVMe SSD, Backlit KB, Fingerprint Reader, Rechargeable Active Stylus, SP314-53N-77AJ


AMD Ryzen 5 = Lenovo Flex 2-in-1 $549 = Lenovo Flex 14 2-in-1 Convertible Laptop, 14 Inch FHD Touchscreen Display, AMD Ryzen 5 3500U Processor, 12GB DDR4 RAM, 256GB NVMe SSD, Windows 10, 81SS000DUS, Black, Pen Included

or any other suggestions ? help !

u/guruinho · 1 pointr/Amd

Lenovo has a Flex 14 3500u with 12gb config (4gb soldered + 8gb stick).

They wouldn't do this config if the motherboard doesn't have flex mode. Flex mode allows you to run sticks of different sizes at dual channel mode partially. Older motherboards don't have this mode.

Just see what stick you have in your laptop and buy a 8gb stick of the same model and try it. It should partially run at dual channel. If it doesn't, return it.

u/JagSKX · 1 pointr/laptops

Maybe the 14" Lenovo Flex 14 2-in-1 Convertible Laptop for $550 which I just posted in another thread.


It has a quad core Ryzen 5 3500u; it's Vega 8 integrated graphics core is pretty decent for "light games"; similar to a nVidia 940m. The performance is not even close to the 2016 GTX 1050, but getting performance similar to the 940m in integrated graphics is a huge step up. More than enough to play something like the Sims 4 if you are into to that.

This laptop comes with a digital pen which means you can use it to write notes and draw graphs during lectures using OneNote. That is pretty handy for a student.

u/Kineticus · 1 pointr/Amd

Lenovo Ideapad Flex 14. It is around $550, was $450 this past summer on amazon. Dual fans, 12gb dual channel memory (4gb soldered, 8gb in slot), 1080p IPS touch display, 256gb m2 nvme, rotates into tablet mode, pen included.


u/trainedtech88 · 1 pointr/LaptopDeals

Hey. she would do well with this Lenovo Flex 14 2-in-1 Convertible Laptop because it ticks your boxes based on the requirements and it will get the job done.

u/flashcloth46 · 1 pointr/SuggestALaptop

How about the Lenovo Flex 2 in 1 good specs and it comes with a pen Linus Tech Tips did a review

u/MoChuang · 1 pointr/SuggestALaptop

The vivobook is better.

In that price range, I'd also suggest the Lenovo Flex 14 AMD https://www.amazon.com//dp/B07TWHYTSQ

u/StaircaseMelancholy · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

So at 32 years old I finally bought my first laptop/computer... I bought it for old modded games like Diablo 2 and ff7, heroes of might and magic 2/3 and ps2 emulator.

Now onto the actual reason for posting. I'm curious just how far I can push this laptop. I bought it for old games but am wondering if I could run something like the dark souls games or grim dawn at 30fps or better on minimum settings.

Could anyone give me an idea on what are the newest and/or most graphic intense games that will run well enough to play.

Lenovo Flex 14 2-in-1 Convertible Laptop, 14 Inch FHD (1920 X 1080) Touchscreen Display, AMD Ryzen 5 3500U Processor, 12GB DDR4 RAM, 256GB NVMe SSD, Windows 10, 81SS000DUS


Thanks so much in advance. It's not a big deal if it can't run anything like dark souls or whatever. Was just curious. Like I said, mainly care about old games and possibly a ps2 emulator.

u/mikegoldy23 · 1 pointr/LaptopDeals

Lenovo Flex 14 2-in-1 Convertible Laptop, 14 Inch FHD Touchscreen Display, AMD Ryzen 5 3500U Processor, 12GB DDR4 RAM, 256GB NVMe SSD, Windows 10, 81SS000DUS, Black, Pen Included https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07TWHYTSQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_wqdDDbFMZZDHF

How's the Flex 14? Link posted above.

u/nongaussian · 1 pointr/stylus

Something like this https://www.amazon.com/Lenovo-Convertible-Touchscreen-Processor-81SS000DUS/dp/B07TWHYTSQ/ref=zg_bs_565108_18?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=KQ9K1XR7XGQJ8Z31981K could also be an option if you prefer a non-detachable model. Personally, I prefer small pure tablets for note-taking (iPad 2018 in my case) and a laptop as a pure laptop. I have a Thinkpad Yoga X1 and it is little too hefty to use for notetaking or drawing.

u/HelloThereamcat · 1 pointr/SuggestALaptop

If you could add an extra 50 dollars to your budget, the Lenovo Flex 14 would be a good choice. That 12 gb of ram will really help you for lets say, chrome tabs. If your budget is under 500 firm, I would go with this Asus Vivobook. You should also consider Chromebooks, if your workload doesn't require windows as they are solid machines for basic tasks

u/Kanshuna · 1 pointr/classicwow

So I primarily game on my desktop which has pretty high specs, but I bought this as a work/travel laptop that can do some light gaming on the go:

It has very similar specs to the other one I linked you but with less storage. It uses the same chip as the other one I linked you for processing and graphics. It's an integrated graphics card, but it does more than enough for wow and I've played perfectly fine without any issues on it even in current retail raids from time to time. You won't run on max graphics, but just above MEDIUM graphics is fine for wow. It can also run most other PC games on at least the lowest low settings at a playable framerate.

You can also put more memory into that Lenovo model which is nice.

The one you originally linked is great for general gaming though. That would do much better for anything other than wow that might be more demanding.

But for wow either of these are great