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Lenovo Miix 320 Hands On: Cheap 2-in-1 Convertible With Amazing Built Quality For Those On the Go

by Joe 5

Although Lenovo’s Yoga laptop series is much more popular among customers, the new Lenovo Miix 320 is actually a worthy convertible made for people on a budget. Before we move on to its specs, note that the convertible is available for just $200, which is great given that this comes from a notable brand like Lenovo.

Lenovo Miix 320

Despite its affordable pricing, the Lenovo Miix 320 comes with amazing built quality. The tablet snaps onto the keyboard dock pretty firmly thanks to its magnetic connectors. The display is pretty decent and comes with a 10.1-inch 1920 x 1200 pixel resolution screen. While the viewing angles are not great, the overall display quality is pretty good. It’s a basic convertible that offers decent productivity for people who are always on the go. The fact that the tablet weighs just 550 grams by itself and 1.02 kg with the keyboard dock makes it travel-friendly. Further, the 10-hour battery life will make sure that the Lenovo Miix 320 runs almost an entire day.

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Lenovo Miix 320

Coming to the specs, the Lenovo Miix 320 features an Intel Atom X5 processor with Intel HD graphics. The Atom processor does not instill much confidence in its processing ability, but for the company’s targeted user base — freelancers, travelers, and the ‘meeting marathoner’, this specs sheet should be enough. There’s 4GB of RAM and 128GB of eMMC memory along with dual-band Wi-Fi with optional LTE connectivity (costs more). At the back, there is a 5MP camera while up front, there is a 2MP sensor. Other features include Windows 10 with Windows Continuum support along with support for Active Pen as well.

The Lenovo Miix 320 will go on sale around April 2017 for a price tag of $199 (with keyboard dock for the non-LTE model).

 

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  • Not bad. I’m rocking the Chuwi Hi10 Pro (really like dualboot with RemixOS btw), but this looks like some nice competition from an A brand.

    • Fábio

      Did you liked Hi10? Works fine for the price?

      • Yup. Definitly. It’s the Hi10 Pro btw (16:9). With stylus and hinging keyboard dock.
        There’s also a the original Hi10 and the Vi10 Plus (4:3 dualboot or Remix only). Vi10 only has keyboard cover, which I don’t really like. Wish there were more Surface Book type devices. I really love that look.

        • Fábio

          I am looking for one tablet with keyboard dock. Thank you for the helping, I will try found Hi10 Pro on AliExpress

          • Got mine through Gearbest, Chuwi list them as partners on their own site and got a very good price for the set. You might also want to check the HP X2 I believe. Might not have FHD resolution, but is like the Lenovo a seemingly decent A brand alternative.

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