Lenovo is a hard to beat name when it comes to convertibles. Not only does the brand offers quality, it also brings in variety. With the company's wide array of convertibles that range in features and prices, it is undeniable how far ahead Lenovo is when it comes to hybrids.
Now, the company adds in a new product to its convertible line-up - the Lenovo Miix 320. This new tablet convertible isn't only fairly spec'd, it is also reasonably priced. For just $199, buyers can get this 10.1 inch convertible with 128 GB storage.
Lenovo Miix 320 Specs
The new Miix 320 comes with 4 GB RAM, full HD display, LTE-variant and Windows operating system. In terms of battery life, The Verge says that the Lenovo Miix 320 offers up to 10 hours of power. As for the processor, Intel Atom X5 powers this Lenovo convertible. It's not the fanciest processor for a laptop but it's nothing to complain about considering how low-priced the device is.
Interested buyers just need to keep in mind that the Miix 320 may not be the best option for running heavy applications. However, for mere browsing and use of light apps, users can depend on this convertible.
PC World says that this Windows device has a good chance of beating cheap Chromebooks in the market. Considering that the Miix 320 comes with a detachable keyboard, it can take on existing Chromebooks, which best convertible feature is a 360-degree hinge system. Additionally, although Miix 320's screen is a bit small in size, its 1920 x 1200 resolution is also a tad better than what others can find in larger devices.
Lenovo Miix 320 Availability
Two color variants have been mentioned so far - white and silver. As for the availability of the device, the LTE-enabled variant will be released in April while the non-LTE model will follow in July. Price starts at $199.