Preview: Lenovo Miix Windows 8 OS Tablet

Lenovo has introduced a 10.1-inch tablet named Miix. Now, don’t be disappointed with the name, for it brings along a series of mind blowing features. The device fits in with the current hand held devices scenario and works as a tablet and a laptop rolled into one. If we call it the multi-mode devices line up, this one is a pretty good contender.

The device is powered by an Intel Atom dual-core processor with display capable of rendering visuals in 1,366×768 pixel resolution. What’s more? It runs on the latest Windows 8 operating system.


A “quick-flip” detachable folio keyboard-embedded case enables the device to switch from PC mode to tablet mode in an instant.

Miix comes with a 32GB inbuilt memory, which can be expanded up to 64 GB via microSD. On the connectivity front, the device offers access to Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi networking and optional 3G-GPS platforms.

Measures less than half-inch and weighing 1.2 pounds, the Miix houses a battery that promises to keep it alive for up to 10 hours on a single charge.

Miix will be available later this quarter, though the release date is still not out. It is priced reasonably for medium-to large sized enterprises at $500.

As far as we know, Miix hides inside unspecified software that would have all in it to improve user experience and add core enterprise features.

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