Lenovo has met with some success lately by taking traditional PC form-factors and then adding some sort of unique tweak that gives you another way to use the system. The company’s Yoga laptops and tablets are undoubtedly the most popular of that bunch, but the Flex desktops are going in a similar direction.

lenovo-ideacentre-flex-20-modes-1060pxThe Flex desktops start with a premium all-in-one PC, complete with Haswell processors, a slim design, and a touchscreen. Rather than sticking it on a boring old stand, Lenovo stuck with a manageable size display (19.5-inches) and gave it a collapsible hinge stand.


A built-in battery was also added to give you two hours of time away from the wall socket, perfect for moving the machine between rooms, showing something to another person, or just getting some downtime playing touch games on the couch. When you’re ready to get back to the usual computing tasks, it comes with wireless keyboard and mouse and has all the features and performance needed to handle the usual PC work.

This is one of their newer lineups and hasn’t received much in the way of discounts, but right now you can get a pretty hefty $350 discount on a model equipped with a 4th gen Core i3 processor, 4GB of RAM, 500GB HDD, and other usual features like Windows 8, Bluetooth, 802.11n WiFi, USB 3.0, and more. This coupon knocks the price down to just $749 with free shipping, yielding the lowest price we’ve seen yet.

Click here to start at Lenovo.com. Apply coupon code 7DAYDEALS for total $350 instant savings. This deal ends January 23 or sooner.

Source : http://www.extremetech.com/deals/175172-et-deals-350-off-lenovo-flex-20-dual-mode-desktop

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