Lenovo Flex 5 14" Full HD 2-in-1 Touchscreen Laptop, AMD Ryzen 7 5700U, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, Windows 11 Home

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SKU: E-65324

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  • AMD Ryzen 7 5700U (8-Core) Processor
  • 14.0" Touchscreen IPS LCD with LED-backlit FHD (1920 x 1080) 250-Nits Display
  • Backlit Keyboard, Fingerprint Reader and Webcam with Privacy Shutter
  • Microsoft Windows 11 Home (64 bit)
  • 16GB DDR4 3200MHz RAM

Product Attributes:

Attribute NameAttribute Value
Standing screen display size14 Inches
Max Screen Resolution1920 x 1080 Pixels
Processor2.5 GHz amd_ryzen_7
RAM16 GB DDR4
Memory Speed3200 MHz
Hard Drive512 GB ssd
Graphics CoprocessorIntegrated AMD Radeon Graphics
Chipset BrandAMD
Card DescriptionIntegrated
Wireless TypeBluetooth
Number of USB 2.0 Ports1
Number of USB 3.0 Ports2
Date First AvailableDecember 16, 2021
AvailabilityIn Stock
Rating4 stars and up

Ratings & Reviews

Reviewed on August 12, 2022
play tower of fantasy which lasted for 2.5 hours without battery charger and battery saver on. good laptop with touchscreen and rotate 360. there are two methods to input charger, but the seller only gave me one of them which is 65W USB C. well, this is the review after one week.
Reviewed on August 29, 2022
Not as fast as I thought , drops internet occasionally. Love the size. Pleased with size and touch
Reviewed on August 15, 2022
This is a good 3 in 1 but screen brightness at 250 nits is its weak point Battery life is a bit exaggerated
Reviewed on April 26, 2021
I love this laptop, after reading reviews and shopping around for a few weeks I decided the Lenovo Flex 5 was going to give me the most bang for my buck. You won't find a better performing Ultrabook in the $800 range. Equipped with an AMD 4700U 2ghz boosting to 4.1ghz 8 core 8 thread processor and 16gb of 3200mhz ram, this thing is a beast. It'll play just about any game you throw at it at 60+fps On top of that you get a solid keyboard, Lenovo's trusted FN+Q 3 mode Silent, Battery Saver, and Turbo hotkey functions. A rigid frame, a great trackpad, a fingerprint reader, 720p webcam with privacy lens, and great sounding speakers considering they're cased inside of a 14 inch Ultrabook. While I do love this laptop I will admit that it's not perfect. The battery life, while advertised at 10 hours, on this model works out to around 7 - 7.5 hours of moderate use. The models with the 4500u possessors should get closer to 8-9 hour battery life however I've only tested the 4700U model. The second caveat is the screen, a 1080p 60hz Touchscreen IPS, while for what it is this screen looks very nice and is very responsive to the touch, It doesn't get incredibly bright and while it does support HDR playback the screen itself is not HDR and only reaches a brightness of around 250 nits. Another thing worth mentioning is the built in wireless card is wifi 5, however it is swappable, wifi 6e cards are only around $40 so I'd recommend swapping that out if you do decide to purchase this laptop, you mite also want to pick up the optional charger, the one that comes with the laptop uses its only USBC port, while the optional charger plugs into a charger port. Also there is only one M.2 slot so if you want more memory you'll want to clone and swap the hard drive. All in all I think this is a great laptop and I'm looking forward to using is for many years to come.
Reviewed on November 01, 2020
You can see so many YouTube videos saying what a hot deal this is... and it IS! I am generally using this as an office adjunct, some light video processing, and some home utility funciton. I do not have the Lenovo pen or any other active pen so I can't speak to that. But what I can see is that it is well built, solid feeling, and quality functions. I can utilize the installed Microsoft Suite and OneDrive sync quite nicely and was able to buy a 2nd pin style power supply so I do not need to depend on the USBC port to charge this device. I recommend it also because it is a single 'wall wart' and not a 2 piece brick style supply so makes travel a bit easier for me. The track pad works fine for me (after a little adjustment) and the battery can pull me through a couple of days of light office work. The screen is just fine indoors and the touch function works great. I tiny wish is that it had a USB port on each side... but that is a minor nit pic... not a deal breaker. I am glad for the HDMI full size output for work and display functions. The screen swivels back all the way into tablet mode and woks great. A small note though of tablet mode. This does have a fan so will make some noise under load. AND it is a little bit heavy to use one handed as a note taking clipboard. It is fine for short notes or lists but I would not want to carry it all day in tablet mode taking notes. I did have 2 'glitches' . The closing of the lid should power this unit down.. but I find that sometimes, when I open it up later, the cursor doesn't appear back and I have to reboot it. And the track pad.. if you touch the very sides, it will not move the cursor. I am not sure if this is a feature or bug.. But I feel software updates should fix this.
Reviewed on April 21, 2021
A lot of what computer you get depends on your needs. I didn't expect to like this computer as much as I do. It meets all my needs and overall I am very happy with my purchase 1.5 months later. The Ryzen processor is great. Everything is very snappy and quick which makes it enjoyable to use. Pretty decent battery life for normal usage at around 7 hrs. I really like the touch screen. It is enjoyable to use. My only con if I had to write one would be, it doesn't have that premium 'feel'. As in the it uses this hard plastic for most of the material. No finished metal as you would expect on the premium high priced products. But I knew I didn't care about that. For value of your dollar, I don't think you can beat this. I needed something that was good for the following: 1. Taking Notes 2. Decent Display 3. Decent Battery Performance 4. Browsing the web. 5. Light activities such as word docs, excel, etc. 6. No gaming though I think this would be able to handle light gaming. This laptop is great and I would definitely buy it again or recommend it to a friend. For the price, it is one of the best you can buy right now. Do your research and I think you find others agree. Cheers, Sean__MD
Reviewed on November 18, 2020
It was a shame I didn't end up going with this laptop. The keyboard is just too sub-par compared to lenovo's own thinkpad lineup. The spec on this machine is insane, it rivals my main desktop computer which was top-tier for it's time only 3 years ago. But the fact AMD is not seriously considered by manufacturers (yet) means that the few options to get this god-tier CPU are in trash-tier chasis like this one. It's not overly cheap, but it's definitely not $900 worthy. The keyboard is just too unpleasant to type on for me. Maybe for most it will be fine, but if I kept this thing it would be docked 24/7, and then what's the point of a 2in1 at that point? It was close, but I ended up going with the L13 thinkpad just because of it's far superior chasis and keyboard.