Lenovo Miix Release Date Is August 28 - The 10.1-inch Windows 8 Tablet Launched

Lenovo Miix tablet is the latest gadget from the company to enter the multi-mode PC innovation device arena. The 10.1-inch Windows 8 tablet with a PC processor sports a "quick-flip" detachable folio case with an integrated AccuType keyboard - that makes Lenovo Miix a tablet as well as a notebook, as you need it. After the Lenovo Thinkpad series, this is one product from this company that users can look forward to. First unveiled in June this year, the Lenovo Miix is now up for buying on Lenovo's website at a price of $599. Though one shouldn't compare it to the likes of Nexus 7 or the iPad mini, but it is a definite competitor in prices and features of other Windows 8 tablets.

Instantly switching between PC mode and tablet mode, the device is perfect for buyers looking to invest in a notebook-cum-tablet product. Showing off the 10.1-inch HD IPS screen, the Lenovo team has put up a 1366 x 768 pixel resolution display. Drawing its power from a Intel Atom dual core processor, the Lenovo Miix tablet comes with 64GB of built-in eMMC storage, expandable up to 32GB with a micro-SD slot. At the weight of 1.2 pounds and being 0.4 inches thin, this tablet is pretty lightweight for your backpacks.


There's a 1 megapixel camera that will let you take snapshots and it packs a two-cell battery that promises up to 10 hours of life on a single charge. Integrated with Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi and/or optional 3G-GPS connectivity, the device has the Micro-USB port, a MicroSD card reader, and a Micro-HDMI connector in place. As you take it out of the box, the tablet comes packed with Microsoft Office 2013 Trial and a 30-day taste of McAfee Internet Security. There's also Lenovo Cloud Storage by SugarSync which automatically backs-up and syncs data that is encrypted on transfers for an extra level of security. Nitro Pro, Evernote, Skype, eBay and several other apps are also pre-installed.

Windows fans, how do you like the new Lenovo Miix tablet? Share with us in comments below.


  • Sarathkumar Chandrasekaran
    Sarathkumar Chandrasekaran
    Waiting to see the working experience of it .Lenova has the right track and safely attract the customers towards it by fixing price of it.
  • sneha thorat
    sneha thorat
    its nice...👍
  • Nayan Goenka
    Nayan Goenka
    Nice piece. Lenovo has taken a risky step though. Is it only me that I think that this model resembles a lot to Microsoft Surface? I may be wrong.

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