The lenovo - flex 6-14ikb manages to fit modern components into a thin and light form factor at a bargain price. That alone makes it a compelling pick for those who need to get work done but can't afford the premium of a more expensive laptop. The inclusion of a Lenovo Active Pen adds value for those who prefer stylus-based input and drawing.
Internally, the Flex 6 is outfitted with a quad-core 8th-generation Intel Core i5-8250U processor, dedicated Nvidia MX 130 graphics, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of PCIe-based SSD storage. That puts it ahead of many of its peers when it comes to storage and graphical capability. But it's still not a gaming laptop, so you won't be able to play the latest games at high settings.
The Flex 6 is a 2-in-1 laptop, which means it can be used in tablet mode and rotated to tent or kiosk mode for desktop use. Its onyx-black chassis is pretty unobtrusive, save for the Lenovo logo in the back-left corner of the lid. The brushed aluminum finish doesn't pick up as much oil from your hands as you might expect, and it's easy to wipe down. It's a little heavier than you might expect for a 14-inch convertible at 3.6 pounds, but it's still fairly portable.