The world’s first 5G PC, the Lenovo Flex, promises the constant connectivity of a cell phone with the versatility of a laptop. Given the currently limited availability of 5G networks, the Flex 5G may be a tad premature, and, critics say, not yet worthy of its $1,500 price tag. But once those networks are ubiquitous, the combination of up to 24 hours of battery life and blisteringly fast download speeds promises to hit the sweet spot between connectivity and endurance. —Joseph Hincks
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