19 April 2017
Lenovo is all geared up to introduce a new Windows 10 device to the world. The new model is called the Miix 320 and is considered to be quite similar to Miix 310 Windows tablet which was launched last year.
The device has been leaked ahead of its official launch and thanks to that we now have pretty much information about its specifications. The new tablet actually showed up briefly on several Lenovo websites but the company was quick enough to remove those pages. They’re still available via Google cache.
Now coming to its specifications, the Lenovo Miix 320 is a 10 inch tablet that comes with a detachable keyboard. The device is powered by an Intel Atom x5 Cherry Trail processor. But this year’s model supports up to twice as much RAM and storage and an optional full HD display. The tablet comes with up to 4GB of RAM and up to 128GB of eMMC storage. It has a 5MP rear camera with autofocus and 2MP front camera with mic. Here’s a quick overview of its spec sheet:
- Intel Atom X5-Z8350 Processor @ 1.44 gigahertz, 1.92 with acceleration
- Intel HD Graphics
- Up to 4 GB DDR3L RAM
- 2 MP Front camera, 5 MP rear camera
- Up to 128 GB eMMC storage
- 10 hours battery life
- LTE options
- USB Type-C port, 2 USB 2.0 Ports, Micro HDMI port, Nano SIM port, Audio combo jack.
The tablet measures about 0.3 inches thick and weighs about 1.2 pounds. With the keyboard and the system it weighs about 2.2 pounds and measures about 0.7 inches thick.
Lenovo Miix 320 will be officially launched at Mobile World Congress later this month. It is expected to be priced around $220. Stay tuned till then!
The USP in my opinion about the device is the detachable keyboard. Though many devices do carry it these days, I am specially mentioning it because I particularly love the brand :D :rolleyes:
For an affordable device, I'd love to go with it. The RAM of 4GB looks okay with 128GB of storage. I mean, for my needs, it's quite decent. Moreover, the detachable keyboard makes my job even easier.
As soon as I saw the device in the images, I thought it's the Miix 310. But because I had already read the title, I knew, it's only a lookalike.