The 8GB/128GB Lenovo Chromebook Flex 5 is authoritatively accessible

Two or three weeks prior, we were tipped on the appearance of an updated version of the Lenovo Chromebook Flex 5, and today, that gadget is authoritatively accessible.

While we love the first Flex 5 with its Core i3 CPU and an amazing $409 sticker price, we immovably accept that lead Chromebooks should accompany no under 8GB of RAM. We’ve seen this variety of the Flex 5 abroad however we have been restless to see a similar setup here in the states and this particular form is almost all that we had trusted.

The greatest news about this new model is the move up to 8GB of RAM yet Lenovo likewise knock the capacity to 128GB of NVMe storage which is essentially icing on the cake. It doubles the storage as well as you get the special reward of that zippy NVMe that you won’t discover on the 4GB/64GB model on Amazon.

This Chromebook improves on the grounds that the value knock is a simple $99. You get the additional RAM that you truly need on a gadget like this, the additional capacity and it’s just $499. The main disappointing thing they can see is that the new Flex 5 didn’t get the 300 nit screen that we caught wind of back at CES.

Anyway, this Chromebook retails $130 not exactly the similar HP Chromebook x360 14c and offers an extraordinary Chrome OS experience regardless of how you might look at it.

The main catch is that you can just get it from Costco yet don’t worry, you don’t must have a participation. Non-individuals need to pay a 5% additional charge however that actually gets you an exceptional Chromebook for just $568 and they feel that it worth each penny.

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