Lenovo is up again as the computer manufacturer readies for the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017 in Barcelona. Apart from its mobile lineup and a number of traditional computing devices, Lenovo will also be showing off the new Miix 320, the mighty successor of the Miix 310 that came a year ago. Lenovo was supposed to keep the tablet under wraps for the MWC but someone from WinFuture.de got hold of a few bits of information regarding the announced handset which has already made a number of users and fans excited.
The Lenovo Miix 320 is 2-in-1 tablet hybrid which comes with an included and attachable proprietary keyboard to turn itself into a laptop or more like a netbook because of its size. Speaking of a netbook, the Miix 320 comes with a 10.1 inch display with full-HD 1080p resolution. Powering the device is an Intel Atom X5-Z8350 quad-core processor and an integrated Intel HD Graphics 400 GPU. Depending on users needs, the tablet has two configuration options at either 2GB or 4GB RAM.
The main tablet itself is equipped with micro-HDMI port, USB-C, 3.5mm audio jack and a microSD card slot, there’s also a front firing speakers at the bottom of the tablet while the keyboard dock comes with 2 regular USB ports for other connectivity options. To make it a whole lot useful device, the Miix 320 runs on Windows 10 and includes LTE connectivity support so you won’t have to rely on Wi-Fi all the time making it as one of the most mobile computing device around.
The 2-in-1 tablet said to be priced at $220 for the base model and should go up for its other variants, not to mention that there might also be more than one storage option for the tablet which are yet to be disclosed and expectedly by Lenovo at its MWC floor before the end of the month.