The new Lenovo MIIX 700 Windows 10 tablet might make you do a double-take

Lenovo has a ton of new Windows products at IFA this year and one of them is this, the MIIX 700. And you're probably looking at it at least twice. Partly because it's a great looking, high-end Windows tablet. And partly because it looks a little bit like Microsoft's own Surface Pro 3 right down to the kickstand on the back.

It'll available in gold and black with Windows 10 starting at $699.

Specs wise, here's what we're looking at:

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Operating SystemWindows 10 Home or Pro
CPUUp to 6th-gen Intel Core m7 (Skylake)
Display12-inches, 2160 x 1440 resolution
StorageUp to 256GB SSD
GraphicsIntel HD
Ports1 x USB 3.0, 1 x USB 2.0, Micro HDMI™-out Micro Sim (LTE / 3G SKU only), microSD™, Audio Combo Jack
Battery LifeUp to 9 hours claimed
OtherOptional keyboard dock, Intel RealSense camera (Rear)
PriceFrom $749

The comments about the appearance will come and they'll be somewhat justified. But on the other hand, Lenovo is giving us a look at what we might be expecting from Microsoft's next Surface Pro. While it's a little disappointing the RealSense camera is limited to the rear, meaning no Windows Hello facial recognition, its inclusion is at least a positive step in the technology being adopted.

There's also a new CPU in there, an Intel Core m7 6th-generation, along with more regular sounding fare like options for a 256GB SSD, 8GB of RAM and a keyboard dock that'll work (as we know) just great in tandem with the kickstand.

It's important not to judge the MIIX 700 just on its looks. We'll be getting a closer look at it from the show floor in Berlin in the coming days, so stay tuned to Windows Central.

Richard Devine
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