Lenovo have revealed their latest in tablet / notebook hardware with the device known as Lenovo Miix 510. This device is a high-powered tablet-like PC with a detachable keyboard and a kickstand around the back – not entirely unlike the original Miix 310 released earlier this year. This device has the ability to connect to the web with Wi-Fi and LTE, allowing the user to connect with local web at home or mobile web out and about. The display on this device is a Full-HD 12.2-inch panel with Gorilla Glass up front and full touch capabilities.
Around the back of this 2-in-1 is a 5-megapixel camera with dual-array and auto-focus capabilities. Up front is a 2-megapixel fixed-focus camera made for video chat. Inside, users will find up to 8GB LPDDR4 memory and storage up to 1TB PCIe SSD.
As this is meant to be a go-anywhere sort of machine, the battery inside will matter more than most specs on similar machines. Lenovo suggests that this device’s 39 WHr battery will enable users to work up to 7.5 hours at a time without a charge.
The device is relatively light. With the tablet on its own, the device weighs just under 2-pounds. With the keyboard, it’s a bit under three.
This device aims to be future-ready with a single USB 3.0 Type-C port for power as well as one USB 3.0 (Always-on Charging) port – and there’s a microSD card slot as well.
And a headphone jack, can’t forget about that!
Above you’ll see the full specifications for this machine straight from Lenovo. You’ll notice that this device can work with the Lenovo Active Pen – but does not come delivered with it.
Pricing and release date information on this device have not yet been delivered.