Lenovo Miix2 10 Launched. 3 Modes in 2.3 Pounds

Updated on 31 January 2014 by

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Tablet, Laptop , Easel. The Lenovo Miix 2 10 is based on Baytrail, weighs 1.3 pounds (tablet-only) and looks like it will kill the market for the Acer W510 stone dead. Let’s hope the keyboard is better than the one on the Lenovo Lynx! The 10-inch MIIX 2 starts at $499 and will be available in March.

From the press release:

The Lenovo MIIX 2 is ideal for those who frequently use both a tablet and a laptop. The Windows 8.1 tablet can be attached to a keyboard dock, instantly turning into a full-performing laptop perfect for entertainment and productivity while on the go. Available in ultra-portable 10.1-in and performance-focused 11.6-in models, MIIX 2 gives users the ability to easily switch between three modes – Tablet, Laptop, Stand – for specific computing needs.

Obviously the 11-inch model is more Ultrabook-focused so we’ll be covering that over at our sister site. Fingers crossed that it has the Z3770 with max 2.4Ghz clock.
Specifications:

  • Processor: Quad Core Intel® Atom® processor
  • Operating System Genuine Windows 8.1
  • Display/Resolution 10.1” full HD display (1920×1200) with 10-point touch and 178o wide viewing angle
  • Video Graphics Integrated Intel HD graphics
  • Memory 2GB LP-DDR3 memory
  • Storage  Up to 128GB integrated eMMC storage, up to 32GB add-on micro SD card support
  • Sound   Integrated JBL® designed stereo speakers (on tablet) and subwoofer (on keyboard-dock)
  • Integrated Comms  1 mini HDMI port, 1 micro USB port, 1 integrated USB 2.0 connector (on keyboard-dock)
  • Keyboard Detachable AccuType keyboard
  • Connectivity    Integrated Bluetooth 4.0, 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi and optional 3G-GPS connectivity
  • Camera 720p high resolution 2MP front and 5MP rear cameras
  • Battery Up to 8 hours of battery life
  • Weight: Tablet: 1.3 pounds, Keyboard Dock: 0.97 pounds
  • Dimensions 10-in: Pad: 260.9 x 173.2 x 9.2mm, Dock: 260.9 x 183.4 x 7.0mm

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2 Comments For This Post

  1. JohnCz says:

    Nice and considerably lighter than Dell’s Venue Pro 11. But I still think Venue Pro tops it for value at $499.

  2. JohnCz says:

    Lenovo made a good decision going with the 1920×1200 pixel display … should make it a bit more versatile to use in portrait mode.

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