Lenovo Miix 10: The Best of Both Worlds

Jaycee De Guzman September 8, 2013 0

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Lenovo has been known for producing high-tech gadgets for every kind of consumer, from those who are on a tight budget to the ones who can pay a small fortune for a top-of-the-line device. Following the hybrid Surface tablet by Microsoft, Lenovo has already produced convertible tablets such as the ThinkPad Helix, IdeaPad Yoga S and ThinkPad Twist, among others. Now the company has a new addition to their line of tablet hybrids, the Lenovo Miix 10, a surprising cross between a tablet a net-book.

Function and Form

The Lenovo Miix 10 sports a very sleek look while keeping your visual entertainment satisfied. With its 10-inch HD LED IPS display, navigating through menus, typing and playing games is such a breeze. Its weight also gives a reassuring feel, unlike other tablets that feel like they’re going to fall of any moment because of extreme light weight. Moreover, its display is also bright enough to allow visibility when being used outdoors.

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Make It Work Your Way

As a tablet, the Lenovo Miix 10 is portable enough to be used while on the move. But its best feature is its ability to transform into a mini net-book through an optional case equipped with a built-in keyboard. This feature comes handy for serious typing activities, such as writing long emails, blog posts, and other compositions. However, the said tablet case is to be sold separately and is without any price tag yet.

Feel the Speed

The Miix 10 is equipped with an Intel Atom Z2760 processor, a hefty 2GB of RAM and a virtually spacious 64GB internal storage. All these contribute to the lag-free (almost) experience when performing from basic to demanding activities. You’ll be sure its awesome display won’t go to waste because it can store lots of movies, pictures and HD games.

A Good Starter Tablet

Using the Lenovo Miix 10 is generally a pleasant experience. It is fast enough to compete with the leading and more expensive tablets in the market. Its optional keyboard case also gives you the functionality of a Microsoft Surface Judging by its performance, the Lenovo Miix 10 looks like an entry-level tablet aimed at converting Android and iPad fans. But the device is bound to stumble at that part because of its price tag of $59. Fortunately, it’s stylish, feature-packed and speedy enough to more than pay for itself.

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