Lenovo Flex 6 11 unboxing: A convertible on a budget

Most of the PCs that I review have pretty high-end specs, including an Intel Core processor and at least 8GB RAM. When Lenovo offered me the Flex 6 11 to review, I knew I was going out of my comfort zone on this. The device certainly isn't meant to be high-end, with an Intel Celeron 4000 processor and just 2GB RAM and 64GB of onboard storage.

But it comes in at just $329.99, making it a great device for students. In fact, there aren't a lot of Windows convertibles that come in around that price point at all, so that's worth getting excited about. Along with a 360-degree hinge, there's an HD anti-glare display, USB Type-C, and an SD card reader.

Unsurprisingly, there's no pen support, and the bezels are pretty wide. In fact, it's about what you'd expect given the specs. Here's our unboxing video:

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