15 October 2018
Back at CES 2018, Lenovo took the stage to announce the Miix 630 ACPC device. At that time the device was announced but the company didn't release it until today. The Miix 630 becomes the second ACPC device to hit the market after the HP Envy X2. In terms of pricing both the machines are quite close to each other.
So far the Qualcomm's chipsets were used on smart products including smartphones, tabs and other home appliances. Also, these SoCs are configured for Android OS only. However, in Q4 2017, we had rumors that Qualcomm is joining hands with a number of PC OEMs to produce laptops running on Snapdragon SoC. Microsoft also confirmed there will be a number of new laptops on the ARM SoCs. Lenovo, HP, and Asus were reportedly the first PC makers interested in bringing notebooks running on ARM chipsets. Now the second ACPC device hit the market at a price tag of $899.99.
Apart from having the Snapdragon 835 chipset, the Lenovo Miix 630 is featuring a 12.3-inches display with Full HD screen resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. The display maximum brightness level is 400 nits. The base variant has 4GB LPDDR4X RAM with 128GB flash storage whereas the top of the line variant has 8GB 4GB LPDDR4X RAM. Up front, the camera is 5MP whereas the rear camera is 13MP. It features the Windows infrared Hello authentication to unlock the device.
The Miix 630 is equipped with a stylus with pressure sensitivity of 1024-level. As OS the laptop is pre-installed with Windows 10 S, however, you can switch to Windows 1 Professional anytime within first 18 months.
|Specs||Lenovo Miix 630|
|Screen resolution||1920 x 1280 pixels|
|Battery||48W battery life of 20 hours|
|Pen||Pressure sensitivity of 1024 points|
|Dimensions||11.5 x 8.5 x 0.6-inches|