Lenovo Flex 2 14 Part Number: 59RF1246 Windows 8.1 Standard 64 – English Factory Refurbished No Optical Included One-piece touchpad, multi-touch No WWAN Supported 4 Cell Lithium Ion Battery (Up to 6 Hours Run Time) Intel HD Graphics 4400 Intel® CoreTM i7-4510U Processor (4M Cache, up to 3.10 GHz) Laptop – Black 14.0″ FHD (1920 X 1080) MultiTouch LED backlight, w/720p HD Camera 8 GB PC3-12800 DDR3L SDRAM 1600MHz SODIMM Memory No Fingerprint Reader 11 b/g/n Wireless BT Combo 1 Year Standard Depot Warranty 500GB, 5400RPM Serial ATA 2.5″ Hard Drive and 8 GB Micro Solid State Drive

2 thoughts on “Lenovo Flex 2 14 – 59423166 – Black – Core i7-4510U, 8GB RAM, 500GB HDD +8GB Solid State Hybrid Drive, 14.0″ MultiTouch Full HD Display, Windows 8.1

  1. T. Ruiz says:

    Good, but with a couple a caveats… Nice laptop, but it has a couple of flaws, which I will point out below:1. The screen is beautiful, but has pretty severe backlight bleeding in the corners (all of them). How much this annoys you, only you can say. It doesn’t bother me except when watching dark scenes in movies, which doesn’t come up often in my daily use.2. There’s some kind of compatibility issue with Crucial SSD’s. I don’t know what’s going on, but a lot of people have tried to install Crucial M500’s and MX100’s in it without success. Changing settings from UEFI to BIOS, or any of the myriad of other options doesn’t do a damn thing. Worse thing is, neither Crucial nor Lenovo (which, in my opinion, should have issue a BIOS update as soon as it became aware) will or want to acknowledge this very serious problem. LENOVO, WAKE UP!!!Other than these 2 issues, the notebook itself is great. It’s fairly quiet even under 100% load and it’s pretty fast. The keyboard feels good (one of the…

  2. RYM says:

    It does not have a separate numerical keypad like most 15 inch laptops do I ordered this laptop because I was looking for something mobile (i.e., mobile office) but also very capable. I’m a part time professor at a local university and must find my own desk space to prepare lectures and meet with student. As such, I never know where I might be on any given day, so my “office” needs to be mobile. This is why I went for the slightly smaller 14 inch laptop. I mainly use this laptop to create .ppt lectures, access the Internet to conduct research and maintain my Blackboard site, etc. I also attach a second AOC monitor via the USB 3.0 port which works very well.The i7 is a very capable processor for my needs above. I have watched HBO Go, and have no complaints. It comes with 1 USB 3.0 port, 2 USB 2.0 ports, one RJ45 Ethernet port which I use wherever one is available, one HDMI port, one SD card reader, and 802.11bgn. I haven’t tested the read/write speeds of the hybrid drive, but it feels faster than my 15″ lenovo i5 hard drive…

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