Lenovo unveiled a new Ultrabook in Singapore, Australia earlier today, called the Flex 14, its main selling point is that it’s screen can be flipped right to the back in order to use the keyboard as a stand to pop the laptop into a separate viewing mode.

With a design a lot like that of the Yoga 11, the Flex can rotate a full 300 degrees, and runs on full Windows 8.

There’s also a 14 inch screen with a 1366 x 768 pixel resolution, a Nvdia GeForce GT 740M GPU, 8GB of RAM, a 500GB HDD and an Intel Core i5 processor.

There’s no release date yet, or information of whether it will be hitting other territories, but we do know the Flex 14 will retail for S$999 in Australia, which is about £575 here in the UK.

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