Lenovo has announced yet another addition to its Miix tablet range. It feels like the company announces one of these at every major convention. The new Lenovo Miix 320 comes in as an entry level device; and fits into the lineup alongside its more powerful cousins.
The 10.1-inch Miix 320 is designed with maximum mobility in mind. Unfortunately, this means that it had to make some concessions to this end. Which comes in the form of the Intel Atom x5 processor. It may be one of the newer Cherry Trail chips, but could still face performance issues while running Windows 10.
Up 4GB RAM and 128GB eMMC internal storage complete the specifications. Fortunately, there’s microSD card expansion to manage the limited space.
There’s a pair of cameras on the Miix 320, although neither seems particularly impressive. The rear 5MP camera is unlikely to see much use; although the front 2MP shooter at least looks like it’s intended for video conferencing.
Lenovo claims that the Miix 320 will last for up to 10 hours on a single charge. Like most tablets in this detachable category, the keyboard attachment doesn’t add to this time in the slightest.
The WiFi only Miix 320 will be sold for €269 (about RM1260), while the LTE capable variant starts from €399 (about RM1870). It’ll be available in the EMEA region beginning July 2017, with no telling if it will be sold in other regions.