|型号||Flex 5 14"|
|商品尺寸||32.16 x 21.74 x 2.08 cm; 1.65 公斤|
|电池||1 锂聚合物 电池(附带)|
|最大显示分辨率||1920 x 1080 像素|
|显卡芯片||AMD Integrated Graphics|
Lenovo 联想 Flex 5 14英寸（约35.56厘米）2合1笔记本电脑，14.0英寸（约35.56厘米）FHD（1920 x 1080）触摸显示屏，AMD锐龙5 4500U处理器，16GB DDR4、256GB SSD，AMD Radeon显卡，包括数码笔，Win 10、81X20005US，石墨灰
- 10点14英寸FHD（1920 x 1080）的IPS触摸屏让联想Flex 5这款14“（约35.56厘米）的2合1笔记本电脑非常舒适，有趣且使用简便。4英寸（约10.16厘米）的外观也很棒， 侧面边框很窄
- 由具有Radeon显卡的AMD Ryzen 5 4500U移动处理器提供支持，您可以在任何地方执行更多操作。有了更多的核心，您将体验到快速响应的能力，从而迅速提高生产力，游戏和内容创作
联想Flex 5这款14英寸2合1笔记本电脑可满足您的生活方式。超薄，轻巧，超轻便，Flex 5仅重3.64磅（约1.65千克），关闭时厚度不到1英寸（约2.54厘米）。由带有Radeon显卡的AMD Ryzen 5 4500U移动处理器提供支持，纤巧，时尚且引以为傲，您可以随身携带这款触摸屏笔记本电脑-包括数码笔，无论您是在家中娱乐，在办公室工作还是在学校学习，Flex 5专为出色的性能，图形和生产力设计而成。360铰链可让您快速轻松地将触摸屏笔记本电脑变成平板电脑以进行更直观的交互，从而让您轻松使用随附的数码笔进行书写。将您的二合一笔记本电脑设置为帐篷模式，以便与朋友或同事共享，或者在开心地观看自己喜欢的流媒体节目时将计算机置于竖立模式。在所有4个侧面上都有狭窄的边框，在配备2 x 2W扬声器和Dolby Audio的全高清（1920 x 1080）的IPS面板上，您将享有更大的观看区域和更少的阻碍。
HD 720p摄像机上的隐私快门包括固定焦点CMOS，2x2 Wi-Fi 5（802.11 ac）和Bluetooth 4.2连接选项以及2个USB-A，1个USB-C和HDMI端口。您还可以获得长达10小时的电池寿命，再加上65W适配器的快速充电–仅1小时的充电时间即可为您提供80％的电量！使用MobileMark 2014电池寿命基准测试的结果。实际电池寿命会有所不同，这取决于许多因素，例如产品配置和使用，软件使用，无线功能，电源管理设置和屏幕亮度。电池的容量将随着时间和使用时间而降低。
IdeaPad Flex 5
The IdeaPad Flex 5 gives you more creative choices, by blending performance, connectivity, entertainment and affordability with a sleek design and feel.
Proudly powered by AMD Ryzen 5 4500U mobile processor with Radeon graphics, the IdeaPad Flex 5 14 offers you excellent all around performance, graphics and more productivity in a flexible device built to be what you need it to be.
- AMD Ryzen 5 4500U Processor
- 16 GB DDR4 Memory
- 256 GB SSD Storage
- Integrated AMD Radeon Graphics
- Up to 10 hours battery life
- Lenovo Active Pen included
Reduce the clutter
A narrow bezel on 4 sides gives you more viewing area and less clutter to interfere with the task at hand, whether that’s at work, or play, enjoy the most out of your screen with IPS panel technology and Full High Definition screen.
Privacy at you Fingertips
Today’s world is not a simple place, but that doesn’t mean we can’t build a simple solution to a complex problem. A physical shutter on the webcam ensures you keep out unwanted attention when you are concerned about your privacy.
Create till you hearts content
This isn’t your typical laptop—it’s a fashion statement. The IdeaPad Flex 5 is built with a new level of attention to detail, making this machine soft and comfortable to the touch with a durable paint that creates a better user-experience. (Active Pen included)
From 0° to 360° in a flash
The IdeaPad Flex 5 is designed for you to keep your ideas flowing, anywhere, anytime with the ability to multi-mode your laptop and use it in ‘Laptop’ mode for everyday computing, ‘Tent’ mode for sharing things, ‘Stand’ mode for binge-watching, or ‘Tablet’ mode for more intuitive interaction.
The Lenovo Flex 5 2-in-1 laptop, powered by AMD Ryzen 4000 Series Mobile Processors, brings you the performance to do more. Open apps in a flash, power through heavy tasks and run multiple demanding apps with the performance of the world’s most advanced laptop processors.
Let's get the rundown here.
- Ryzen 5 4500U 6c6t APU
- Radeon Vega 6 graphics
- 16 GB of DDR4-3200 MHz dual-channel RAM (CL 22, but that's par for the course for a consumer laptop)
- 256 GB SK Hynix NVMe SSD
- 1080p IPS touchscreen w/digitizer (pen included!)
Build quality is about as good as you can get without moving to all metal. The keyboard deck is rubberized, and the outside is built solidly - no creaking! Hinge is strong, but it opens up almost all the way with one hand (tilts towards the end). The overall design is darn near similar to last year's model, but built a bit more "premium." One exhaust vent at the back, but as you'll see later it really doesn't need 2.
I mainly focused on CPU performance, as benchmarks for this flavor of Vega 6 are all over the place already, and given the thermals I saw performance should be what you'll find elsewhere. Long story short - roughly 10% faster than the 3500U's Vega 8 at less power (15 W vs 25 W).
The benchmarks speak for themselves, but I was very surprised at what this thing was capable of. I ran these on the included USB-C wall charger (which was a surprising inclusion considering the laptop has a barrel jack for power). The only thing to keep in mind is that this was tested when my room temperature was in the upper 70s to lower 80s, so you could see the temp results as a "worst case" scenario. 77c absolute max during Geekbench is crazy for this thing, especially considering how thin it is. Never got too loud, either. Fan isn't whiny at all!
Camera is acceptable. Nothing to write home about, but it'll work well enough for video calls. Battery is excellent - while browsing the web and watching videos, I have been consistently draining 10% per hour of use! That 10 hour claim from Lenovo seems pretty spot on.
Honestly, I could think of only 3 things that would make this laptop better, but all of them would definitely drive up the price/bump it up a tier:
- 120 Hz FreeSync display like the (crippled by 8 GB RAM) IdeaPad Slim 7
- Ryzen 4600U/4800U options for more threads (4700U option is now available in some places)
- Metal construction
I'll personally be upgrading the storage, but overall it's amazing.
*UPDATE - 6/10/20 - Dropping a star. Sent original back due to crashing issues when waking from sleep. Wifi also dropped occasionally and had trouble reconnecting after sleep. New unit seems to work fine. Also replaced wireless card with Intel AX200 (need torx T5 bit to remove bottom panel). Much faster and no dropped connections. Still really like the laptop (and Amazon's return policy).*
Overall usability – Everything about the laptop feels well-built and like it should cost hundreds more. Incredibly fast processor, especially given the 15W TDP. The AMD Ryzen 4000 series processors (7nm Zen 2) have really improved the thermals and efficiency to the same level as Intel (or better). Between the 6 core processor and the PCIe NVMe SSD the laptop flies. Nothing I’ve thrown at it has been able to slow it down or make it stutter. Benchmarks comparable to my HP desktop with i7-7700 (if in best performance mode while plugged in). Applications open instantly in most cases. Comes out of short-term sleep instantly. Nice webcam privacy cover. Fingerprint reader is best I’ve used in terms of accuracy and speed. Fans are quiet under normal loads and a low non-annoying whirring when the GPU/CPU is taxed.
Exterior – Very light weight (but not cheap feeling) and nice sturdy build. Feels like it will hold up well. Keyboard back-light adjustable. Plenty of ports. Hinges also feel built to last.
Touchscreen – Sensitive and good feel (though I prefer matte to glossy). Works well with included pen.
Bloatware – Almost none (uninstalled Skype).
Speakers – Above average for price range. Not especially tinny sounding like cheaper laptops. Don’t expect bass though. The included Dolby equalizer software can help improve the sound if you don’t mind experimenting. Side-mounted front-facing speakers are well placed.
Screen – Brightness OK for indoor use, but I plan to run it at 90% brightness even on battery because anything less is too dim. Colors are bright. No noticeable back light bleed.
Battery life – Above average for price range. Really quite impressive. Could easily last half to three-quarters of the stated 10 hours depending on the conditions (clearly not doing anything processor or graphics intensive for the duration, but web browsing, office work, or video viewing).
Wireless/Bluetooth – Some occasional random disconnects and trouble connecting after sleep, likely due to Realtek wireless card. Average speeds on my 5GHz home network.
Keyboard/Trackpad – High quality feel. You can tell when you’ve hit a key unlike cheaper laptops. Miss the numpad, but knew it didn’t have one before I ordered. Trackpad not over-sensitive or unresponsive. Good balance, but still prefer a mouse.
Graphics/Gaming – Played Two-Point Hospital on Steam at 1080p very high graphics setting. Not very graphics intensive or an FPS, but the game is newer and frame-rate didn’t drop below 30 in game. Game load times are ridiculously fast.
Downsides – Mediocre webcam. Soldered RAM (not a big deal w/16 GB, but if it goes bad it is a big problem). Screen may not be bright enough for outdoor use and the glossy coating leads to reflections/glare when viewing from an angle. Wireless card not great. Stories of poor tech support (though, admittedly I’ve never interacted with them).
**Don’t forget to create your USB backup drive from the Lenovo website for crashes/re-installs. Or have the Windows 10 ISO handy on a USB drive and download the drivers/apps from the website.