PC maker Lenovo has partnered with Qualcomm and Microsoft to announce Lenovo Miix 630 2-in-1 detachable laptop. It was showcased at the on-going CES 2018 in Las Vegas. Lenovo’s latest laptop offerings focus predominantly on connectivity, probably to compete with the likes of Asus NovaGo. To recall, Asus NovaGo was announced in December last year starting at $599.
Powering Lenovo Miix 630 is Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 Mobile PC platform and Microsoft’s Windows 10S operating system. It flaunts a full-sized backlit keyboard with precision touchpad. For input, it also supports Lenovo digital pen with 1,024 levels of sensitivity. As a result, you can annotate, draw or sketch using Windows Ink.
The laptop is integrated with 4G LTE for faster downloads. So, casual browsing, file sharing, checking emails or online shopping shouldn’t take long when connected to a reliable network. In terms of design, its thickness is measured at 15.6mm with the keyboard. Lenovo Miix 630 weighs 1.33kgs that appears to be on par with the standard.
Though we are yet to try it out ourselves, its power and efficiency is expected to be commendable thanks to its fan-less design. Lenovo Miix 630 is a 2-in-1 laptop with a detachable screen. So, it also acts like a 12.3-inch WUXGA+ touch screen tablet. Lenovo is yet to reveal more details with regards to its price and availability.
In other news, Asus announced a whole new lineup of gaming laptop, desktop and accessories at CES under its Republic of Gamers (ROG) series.
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