The price of Windows tablets has always been exorbitant and PC manufacturing companies launch few affordable alternatives.
To break that scales Lenovo has arrived which wants to be part of all possible sectors: the brand has decided to enter the field of convertible tablets with the new Miix 320.
Within the framework of Mobile World Congress, Lenovo has introduced the Miix 320, a convertible model that unites the productivity of Windows 10 and 4G connectivity
The model gives the possibility to use as a laptop or separate the keyboard to get a tablet with Full HD display 10.1 inches.
These are its characteristics:
- Intel Atom X5 Processor
- Intel HD Graphics
- 4GB memory
- Up to 128 GB of storage
- Battery life of 10 hours
- 5 megapixel rear camera with autofocus
The touch screen has a weight of 550 grams and a thickness of 8 millimeters which makes it convenient to carry from one place to another. In addition, it incorporates Dolby Advanced Audio speakers, two USB ports type C, microSD port to extend the memory and micro HDMI to connect it to the television.
In the software we will find very practical functions like the Windows Continuum, which allows adapting the operating system to a tablet or PC immediately or Windows Hello to increase the security of the device.
But without a doubt, the most remarkable feature of this new convertible tablet from Lenovo is the 4G LTE connection that will make it easier to use anywhere without WiFi, something that is not usually common in the cheapest Windows tablets sold.
The Miix 320 will be available from April in the colors white and silver and will cost $199.99, positioning itself as the convertible tablet with Windows with better value for money.