CES 2014 hasn’t even officially started yet but nothing’s going to stop Lenovo from introducing its exciting lineup of devices for the year, the company recently unveiled several new Windows 8 tablets including a new Miix 2 range (Miix 2 10 and 11), as well as an all new ThinkPad 8.
First up, the Miix 2 range, as their names suggest, consists of two different sizes – 10.1” and 11.6”. They can be used independently as tablets but comes with a magnetic keyboard docks that converts them into laptops. Both of the features a 1,920 x 1,080 IPS display, 8 hours of battery, 5MP/2MP cameras, optional 3G connectivity, microSD slot, micro-HDMI, JBL speakers and a full-sized USB port on the dock. The Miix 2 10 is powered by a low-power Intel Bay Trail processor with up to 128GB of storage while the Miix 2 11 is powered by Intel Core i5 chip with up to 256GB of storage space.
For those who prefer something smaller, Lenovo also introduced the ThinkPad 8, a business tablet that packs premium specs under its 8.3” 1,920 x 1,200 hood. Powered by a quad-core Bay Trial processor (Intel Z3770 chip), it has 2GB of RAM and 128GB of built-in storage. Other specs include 8MP rear camera with flash, 4G LTE connectivity, aluminum chassis, micro-HDMI port, and a battery that can lasts up to 8 hours.
The Miix 2 10, 11 and ThinkPad Yoga will be available for USD$499, USD$699 and USD$399 respectively.