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Go fast and go far

The Chromebook Flex 3 (11″) is built for speed and distance, delivering the processing power for your everyday needs, while memory and storage provide fast boot times. With all that power you still get all day battery life, making this device a trusty companion from day to night.

IdeaPad Flex 3 Chromebook Gen 6 (11″ MTK) tablet mode, front facing right, screen on, Arctic Grey
Shown in silver, currently unavailable

Chromebook cool

Complementing the iconic dual-tone textured design of the Chromebook Flex 3 11 inch is a truly versatile 360-degree convertible configuration. To add function to the stylish design, USB-C and USB-A ports, as well as Bluetooth®, let you connect to the peripherals you love, while WiFi lets you connect to the world.

IdeaPad Flex 3 Chromebook Gen 6 (11″ MTK) stand mode, front facing at right angle, screen on, Arctic Grey

Fun at any angle

Enjoy your favorite shows at any angle with the Chromebook Flex 3 11.6 inch HD IPS display. Its 10-point touchscreen also enables an intuitive experience like using a tablet or smartphone. Soak in the crystal-clear sound of dual user-facing 2W stereo speakers.

Quick, secure, and helpful

Chrome OS offers a truly user-friendly experience that provides everything you need at your fingertips. Just log in with your Google account and immediately access Google Drive files and Chrome preferences. Chromebooks are also the safest laptops around, with device updates every six weeks to protect you from security threats. And if you need an extra hand just say “Hey Google,” and Google Assistant can help you send emails, check your calendar, controlling smart home devices, and more.

IdeaPad Flex 3 Chromebook Gen 6 (11″ MTK) laptop mode open, screen on, front facing, Arctic Grey

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  1. Hngo

    For the price, this is a great Chromebook. It checks a lot of boxes and I’ve done my fair share of research.1. Solid build. Nice sturdy plastic chassis. (Keeps it lightweight)2. USB type C port, SD card slot, HDMI, and USB 3.03. Touchscreen with an IPS display4. 4 gigs of RAM and 64gig of storage. (rare at this price point)5. Nice feel to the keyboard and track pad.6. ARM processor that is optimized for the Google play store apps and runs much better than the Intel celerons you see in most low-end Chromebooks.You get a lot for $300. You can’t really find those options within that price range. The only thing I wish it had was a FHD display. 1366×768 still looks sharp on an 11.6 in screen but it would be super sharp if it was 1080p. I would highly recommend this Chromebook.

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  2. Josh Hartman

    Full disclosure, I am not an IT professional but use laptops, tablets, and desktop computers daily in my personal and work life. This chromebook has far exceeded my expectations. This is my first time using a chromebook. I have had a week or so to really dig into the device. I own an alienware gaming laptop, but I find myself only using it now for gaming purposes only.This chromebook is fast in my opinion. The speed is snappy and the device responds quickly to gestures and commands. I have yet to find sometime I can’t do on this that I do on my windows laptop aside from gaming. One game I like to play requires windows, mac, or linux. Since this has an ARM processor it does not support linux applications at this time.Design: This device is a bright attractive white chromebook. I find the design to be pleasing to the eye and appears sturdy even though it is made from plastic. I do not particularly like using it in tablet mode. The screen feels bulky and sometimes unmanageable in tablet mode. The screen quickly transitions to whatever position to place it in whether laptop, tent, or tablet mode. I personal find myself not even using my LG tablet for much of anything except when I need LTE internet away from home. Overall the design is great.Screen/Input: I find the keyboard to be on par with most laptop keyboards. The keys are a little shallow and I feel my typing has slowed a little bit, but not by much. The IPS touchscreen is very responsive and rarely find myself having to touch the screen more than once for my intended gesture. Screen is bright in home conditions, but feel it would lack in more intense lighting situations, such as outdoors.Ease of Use: The google play store makes this thing be able to do just about anything. I have not tried any intense applications. I use chrome, netflix, hulu, evernote, several banking apps, and various other apps. All of them are snappy responsive. The bank apps load like they are in phone mode, thus they are in a small window. The apps still work as designed. Netflix and Hulu playback is smooth and pleasant to watch on the screen.Overall, I am impressed with the Google OS and this device in general. If your someone who is on the fence about the operating system, I suggest you give it a try. The battery life is good as well. When using my gaming laptop its always with a cord tethered nearby. I also understand a gaming laptop is far more power intensive. I have yet to use this chromebook while charging it. The battery has allowed me to watch 4-5 hours of netflix, talk on facebook, and text through my phone without ever getting critically low. I charge it at night and then never put it back on till the next night. This is a max screen brightness. I was also very surprised with the speakers. The speakers were much louder and not distorted. I honestly expected them to be cheap netbook quality that is mostly better just to never use them, but thats not the case with this chromebook. I do generally use a bluetooth headset. The bluetooth headset paired with extreme simplicity. I also set up my brother wireless laser printer with google cloud print in less than 30 seconds.Google did it right and lenovo delivered a solid product. I did purchase this on sale for $200 but would have spent the $300. If your a web surfer, music listener, netflix watcher I highly recommend this. If you need windows intense software then go with windows. Otherwise I think you’ll find yourself using this as your primary device as I have.

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  3. Finnigan

    Over the period of 30-60 seconds after unboxing it for the first time.1. Turn on2. Sign in with your Google account.3. Select wifi network.That’s it, everything is set up, all your Google pictures, mail, bookmarks (from your Android phone, assuming you use chrome on mobile) is all there.I’m used to spending at least a few hours setting up, updating, uninstalling bloatware, denying “trial offers” on Windows PCs. Nothing on this.Literally ready for use within a minute.Windows®, take notes.

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  4. B. S.

    I bought the 6 GB ram model directly from Samsung. If the screen was better this would be five stars. Good build quality and the little details seemed to be well done. The screen though makes this useless. The screen is highly directional. Slight movement causes the screen to changebrightnesss level to such a degree that it results in eye strain. This happened with just the slight movement from resting it on my lap and trying to work on it. Even when viewed from the best angle the text appears fuzzy and shadowed. The screen quality is unfortunate since this would be a fantastic unit otherwise.

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  5. Doctor D

    About Me/ExpectationsI purchased this chromebook after having a wonderful experience with the Samsung Chromebook 3. I was very excited about the prospect of an updated version of the chromebook and when I saw that it had 6 GB of ram—I had high hopes of this being the perfect compromise between its shortcomings (aesthetics and screen size) to gain the advantages that I wanted (speed and weight). I am a college professor who uses the chromebook as a secondary machine to browse the web, manage emails, and watch videos on Youtube. While I do these things I also use a small combination of android productivity apps, either Pandora or Spotify playing in the background, and 8-12 tabs open at once. In the spectrum of chrome users, I believe I am representative of the basic or moderate level consumer. I am familiar with the operating system and have fair expectations of what a chromebook can and can’t do, but I am not a power user and do not push the system with external monitors, complicated apps, or use linux.Pros1. Speed: This chromebook utilizes the Celeron N4000 processor and 6 gb of ram. I really think that anyone who hasn’t had a chromebook or hasn’t updated in a while will be happy if they find a machine that uses the N4000 processor. Although it is only a dual-core Celeron processor that doesn’t wow you with its base speed, it has a 4 mb cache. Most of the processors in budget machines in the past generations had 1-2 mb caches at most. This change is one that you actually feel when using the chromebook because this will increase the pace of things I believe most users like such as: switching between tabs, quickly loading pages, and multitasking. The 6 gb of ram is a unique selling point and a really excellent choice by Samsung. Chromebooks usually come in two ram options 4 gb vs. 8 gb with the 8 gb units typically much rarer and unavailable as an upgrade on many units. While they run perfectly well on 4 gb, the 6 gb is a comfortable upgrade. It is impossible for me to isolate how much of the buttery smooth speed of the machine is due to the processor or due to the extra 2 gb of ram from the norm, but the combination makes for a wonderful user experience.2. Size: The weight of the machine and the form factor are very satisfying. This device adds very little weight to your bag while traveling and for walks across campus, that lighter frame is much appreciated. I enjoy the fact that despite being so light that it does not feel overly cheap; it’s far sturdier than one would expect for a cheap and light device. Overall, for anyone who enjoys the lightweight portability provided by an 11.6 inch machine—this one fits the bill while feeling substantial enough that it avoids feeling flimsy.Con:Screen: This is the first time that I can say that on a machine that I otherwise enjoyed that there was a single feature that could be a deal-breaker, but the screen is genuinely that bad. It isn’t because of the resolution because most chromebooks, especially in the budget range and at 11.6 inch screen size, all have the same resolution. It also isn’t because it is a TN panel because the Samsung Chromebook 3 had a manageable TN panel that didn’t break its usability. This panel is just wretched. It has ridiculously specific viewing angles. If you don’t hit it spot on with your eyes then colors wash out and text gets blurry at the top or bottom of the screen. It’s so grainy, washed out, and pixelated that it unfits the device for almost all of my primary needs. The brightness even seems less than the Samsung Chromebook 3. I am just flabbergasted that they selected such a bad panel that feels like a step back from their best-selling previous model. The screen was literally so bad I wondered if I had a defective model, but my experience seems consistent with the limited reviews available for this machine.ConclusionThis machine was one that I wanted to love and everything that I saw on paper that I believed I would like—I did. The speed is there and the 6 gb of ram cannot be undersold as an excellent choice by Samsung, so I was happy about that. The keyboard was serviceable, which I expected and would have been satisfied with if it hadn’t been for the screen. The screen is just unacceptable at any price point. The speed and smooth operation cannot offset the quality of the panel being used here. You look at the screen for everything you do unless you are using an external monitor and this one is almost guaranteed to give you eyestrain and become an irritating chore to constantly rework the angle of your eyes to the screen and the angle of the screen on the hinge. In my opinion it just isn’t worth it. This might sound like I am overly critical or I am knocking the machine too much for one issue, but an otherwise spectacular experience can, indeed, be ruined if one of the key components used is as bad as this screen. Showroom this model against alternative 11.6 inch chromebooks and you will see what I mean. Don’t select nicer models, IPS screens, or more expensive models; put it side-by-side with other budget TN options and you will see that at the same resolution and same size that the numbers lie and this screen is simply worse than the alternatives. Despite my desire to love it and the excellent choices made my Samsung for the processor and ram combo, the screen panel choice outweighs those good choices and destroys the quality of the final product.

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  6. BB_2800

    This is a great Chromebook with good keyboard, touchpad, and great battery life. The display is not as good as those laptops costing 2 to 4 times as much but it is fine for daily use and I don’t find it be a problem even when using it for long periods of time.

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  7. Shige-san

    Revised – 3/9/21As others have complained, the right hinge for the monitor is defective. I can’t open/close the laptop unless I do it very slow using two hands so the monitor would not break. From what all are saying I guess I am SOL. I will contact Lenovo none the less to see if the will fix this.Revised – 9/30/20I must apologize to Lenovo. The issues I was facing was from my own doing. I forgot that I had set the OS to dev mode sometime ago and that was causing the device to act up. After setting the OS back to standard mode, it is running smoothly not freezing once. All our headache went away. Back to 5 stars!Revised – 9/24/20Stay AWAY!! Now the sound is going away during my daughter’s virtual class. We need to restart the device in order to get the sound back. I would stay away from this device if you need something for school. Our first Chromebook so not sure if this is normal for Chromebook. Very dissapointed to say the least.Revised – 9/23/20Our device is starting to freeze daily and needing restart. This is extremely frustrating for my 4th grade daughter when learning virtually. It is not like she has too many files or apps open so I’m down grading this to three stars.With our kids needing more time on computer for their schoolwork during the COVID19, we finally decided to purchase a chromebook. What I wanted was a unit with 14″ monitor, FHD, at least 4GB Ram, at least 64GB storage, a decent processor, and touchscreen. That got my attention on Asus Flip 434 and HP X360 but perhaps due to the dwindling inventories, I was not finding any attractive deals for these or any of the mid range chromebooks in the weeks studying the market.And then I came across the soon to be released Lenovo Chromebook Flex 5 with all but one of the spec I was looking for; it has a 13.3″ monitor. But at $409, I could deal with the slightly less monitor size so I preordered a unit.The product came 1 day early and we had it for close to a week now. The build quality is solid with quality feel throughout. One exception is the edge along the trackpad at the very side of the unit. When flipping the laptop to a tablet, I noticed the edge plastic along the trackpad move slightly since it is thin. We’ll see if it can withstand the usage by our kids. But that is the only concern I have.The display is very crisp with wide viewing angle. I like the keystrokes on the keyboard. It zips through any of the activities we do granted we are using mostly for web browsing and video conferencing. The only game my kids tried was Roblox since their 3 year old tablet is having hard time playing it. The Flex 5 plays it very smoothly.For me, this is my first Chromebook experience so I’m still getting used to the little differences from the PC/Windows but it’s not that difficult. It’s no different then when a new version Windows is released.I am very pleased with the purchase and hope one unit will be enough for the four of us:)

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  8. Dean

    After six months of use the right hinge broke and started flexing the screen out.Looks like a bad design. Lenovo repair has you fill out a repair ticket but no info as where to send it, RMA or any other info.I have laptops that are over four years old and dont have any problems with hinges.*UPDATE* Lenovo fixed the hinge but broke the covers in the processes. Looks like they used a crowbar to pry them off. Took three months to get the unit back. I would look at the Acer Spin over this.

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  9. Kingsman

    Best bang-for-your-buck Chromebook, with the beauty of a high-end yet overly priced Samsung, Asus, or Pixelbook. This little book is perfect in almost every way.In general, this Chromebook is perfect for what I bought it for: work-related tasks on the web, surfing the web, using Google Docs to type up documents & write lyrics for songs, and organizing thoughts and ideas into productivity apps and jotting down tasks in my Microsoft To-Do list app. This Chromebook is lightning fast in powering up, connecting to WiFi & Bluetooth, and opening apps & browsers.The Screen size is non-jeopardizing; large enough for a functional workspace, but small enough to easily store away in a backpack. Bezels are a lot smaller than most budget Chromebooks; I honestly prefer a little bezel to grab the screen without the mouse thinking you’re trying to press something.The keyboard is unbelievable. Typing is extremely fast and responsive. Perfectly spaced keys. It’s quiet, and has just the right amount of click so you know when you typed a letter. It’s back-lit, but dims off when not in use. You will have to change the search key to caps lock in the settings, if that is something you’re used to.The mouse is very responsive as well. I have purchased a Logitech Pebble in black which matches perfectly; it also pairs up via Bluetooth, so you don’t have to have a USB receiver sticking out of the side of your Chromebook!The battery life so far is all-day. I think we all know how nice it is to open a Chromebook/Laptop and still have most of the juice in it. One of my favorite things about Chromebooks, including this one, is having a USB-C charging port on EITHER side of the device; therefore, if there is an outlet closer to you on one side, you can connect to that side.The price is unreal; $409 for a 10th gen i3, this thing is just as fast if not faster than older gen i5 and i7 computers. RAM hasn’t been an issue, nor 64 GB memory. I store all of my documents on Google Drive, so storage is not an issue. Additionally, there is a microSD port on the side, but I decided not to use it since the SD card isn’t completely flush.Last BUT NOT LEAST, this thing is sleek and elegant. This is THE nicest looking Chrombook in the low-budget range. The charcoal/dark grey is beautiful and modern. The keys, hinges, screen, and logos are minimal and pleasing. The use of space is perfect; the speakers are on either side of the keyboard. No space is wasted in this Chromebook. The screen has a nice glossy shimmer.There is only ONE con to this amazing machine, and it is a minor one: opening the screen. Unlike the Pixelbook Go, this Chromebook takes two hands to open. There no cut-out on the screen lid, so it can sometimes be tricky to open, especially since the device is very thin. Like I said, this is not only minor, but it is the ONLY issue I have come across.Overall, I can hands down recommend this device over all other Chromebooks. This is THE ONE. Affordable, practical, and exquisite. Well done Lenovo. Thank you for saving me money in a time like this.

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  10. kohiisan

    I use it as a tablet replacement, so I read and browse on the touchscreen only, and flip the keyboard out to type. Battery is all day, 10+ hr . Love it.

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  11. lybou-5025

    Love love love this!! It’s so simple to use and the battery life is incredible! The display is nice too and I love how portable the size is.

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  12. A

    Great price. Just turn on and sign into your gmail account and your ready to go. I am so happy with this product. If your looking for a great value for money this is the one for you.

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  13. Lisa

    I just opened the box and there is no user guide. I am of an older generation. I don’t want to go online to read something. I want a user manual in my hands to read. If you dont have a manual you don’t know the specifics of your item since they are all somewhat different. Will rereview at a later time once use it properly

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  14. Jennifer mercado

    Have in mind this does not carry Windows 10 or any of that since is a chromebook,( i wasnt aware lol) i didnt like the set up of the notebook, but maybe is just because im so used to Windows, i bought this book with the purpose of downloading a specific software, just to find out chromebooks have very little access to some software! they are mostly operated by Android, and not many software support it.

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  15. D Hadachek

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This is my third Chromebook, and my first from Lenovo. I carry my Chromebook virtually everywhere I go to take notes for business purposes. The Lenovo feels solid, has a keyboard that is easy to maneuver, and it was a simple process to open the lid and begin work from my previous Chromebook.See more

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  16. no1koala

    After a fairly mediocre experience with a Lenovo laptop, I was reluctant at first to purchase this Chromebook. I’m glad I took the chance. Unlike my previous Chromebook by HP, this one is basically like a great big tablet, allowing me to install many of my fave Android apps. Processing time is fast, I love the touchscreen. I haven’t used the folding screen feature yet. It is lightweight! Watching movies is a delight, the screen resolution is excellent. The keyboard touch is also very good, as a speed touch typist, this is important to me. If you are looking for a Chromebook in the mid price point range, the Lenovo Flex is a good investment.

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  17. Isaiah

    Honestly Horrible! The graphics are worse than it said and the framerate is not mentioned and when I got it it was at 10 fps horrible and bad poo stinky.See more

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  18. lylegzaf

    Really amazing little chromebook. Not the lightest out there, but that doesn’t stop it from being ultra portable. Love everything about it so far. Really zippy with 8gb ram, love the keyboard backlight and FHD touchscreen.

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  19. Alan (verified owner)

    Good product.

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  20. Daniel (verified owner)

    Very well worth the money.

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  21. Phoenix (verified owner)

    Highly recommend this.

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  22. Heavenly

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This was a gift for my husband, and he loves his new tablet. He wanted one with an attached keyboard, and got it! He’s enjoying his tablet so much, that he wants to get me one. The tablet is fast, and the colors are vibrant, and I also got it at a great price!See more

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  23. David (verified owner)

    Good product.

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  24. Kevin (verified owner)

    Good product.

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  25. Aiden (verified owner)

    Highly recommend this.

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  26. Jackson (verified owner)

    The product is firmly packed.

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  27. catchosen

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I’ve been working off Chromebooks for years. For the price point, this is one of the best models I’ve worked with. The keyboard feels good and is responsive, the display is nice and transitions easily into tablet mode. Some other models with this feature I felt were very flimsy and broke quickly, but this one feels solidly built.See more

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  28. Patrick (verified owner)

    Good quality.

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  29. Liam (verified owner)

    Good quality.

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  30. Kevin (verified owner)

    Very fast delivery.

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  31. Carl Scott

    Very good notebook, I have always used this brand, exquisite workmanship, exquisite design, very thin, very light, powerful performance, good heat dissipation, fast running speed, and very quiet. The screen is very clear, the frame is very narrow, the packaging is intact and the shipment is fast, a very satisfying shopping!

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  32. Alicia Alexander

    The computer is very lightweight, with a large screen, light weight, and relatively high cost performance. The appearance value is also very high, the student party is good to start, it is also ok to be portable and used in the office, and the processing speed is very smooth.

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  33. Opal

    Overall, it is a great buy and perfect for what I need it for. I chose to keep the Win 10 as the operating system. It’s not too big, which makes it easy for me to carry with my backpack on too… It has a great speed and it’s perfect for my schoolwork and writing my book…

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