Lenovo has a pretty good thing going for it, with the trendy Miix name. It becomes slightly less impressive when you throw in additional figures like generation numbers and screen and model sizes.
But these are some striking Windows powered devices, and the lineup is soon to be refreshed with new models. Refreshed and expanded, in fact.
The company recently put up the Lenovo Miix 2 tablet on its official website. The 10-inch slate comes with 128GB of storage capacity, and was made available for $699 — even if many expected it to retail for a lower amount than this.
And now the 64GB variant of this tablet has been spotted with a price tag that translates to $503.
You get an Intel Atom Z3740 processor, part of the Bay Trail family, and it powers the screen with a display resolution of 1920 by 1080 pixels. Things are kept tidy with 2GB of RAM, and a 2 megapixel front facing camera for video calling.
In terms of ports and connectivity, the device comes with a microUSB, microSD card slot along with stereo JBL speakers — pretty standard stuff for a device of this sorts. The device weighs in 1.3 pounds, or 589 grams, what have you.
Powered by Windows 8.1, Lenovo has also bundled in Office 2013 Home & Student with every unit.
The company is also preparing a Mix 2 11 model for those that want a slightly bigger screen, but this much is clear that Intel Bay Trail tablets in all shape, form and size are here to stay.