Lenovo’s new Miix 10 Windows 8 tablet has go on sale via the company’s website while revealing more information about the unit. The Lenovo Miix 10 will run an Intel Atom Processor, contain 2 GB of RAM, and keep all your data cozy on a 64GB SSD.
In addition to its internals, the unit sports a 10.1” HD LED Multitouch display with a resolution of 1366x768 (and yes, it is an IPS display). The unit features a light number of ports including a Micro USB 2.0 connector for charging, a Micro SD card reader, Micro-HDMI, and a headphone jack. That’s right folks – no full sized USB port on this Windows tablet.
The Miix is priced at a starting point of $599 and we are going to have to get the unit in hand before we judge if the price is right. Lenovo does offer an attachable keyboard case with its AccuType keyboard, but we are unable to find the listing for the accessory at this time (we expect it to show up shortly).
While we wait to get our hands on Lenovo’s latest Windows 8 tablet, check out our review of its budget friendly 11 inch tablet – the IdeaPad Lynx.
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