Chinese technology firm Lenovo has announced a budget portable laptop – Miix 320 – at the ongoing MWC in Barcelona. An upgrade to the company’s previous Miix 310 that came out last year, the 320 is a 2-in-1 Windows 10 laptop.
Speaking of specifications, the latest device from Lenovo boasts of a 10.1-inch full HD display and has an Intel AtomX5 processor powering it alongside Intel HD graphics and comes in packing a 4GB memory and a maximum of 128GB eMMC.
The Miix 320 has a 5MP rear camera and a 2MP front-facing one for photography and other optics-related uses.
Running on Windows 10, it has a Windows continuum feature that lets the users efficiently switch between laptop and tablet modes and comes with 802.11ac Wi-Fi connectivity with optional LTE support.
The Miix 320 comes with a detachable keyboard, without which it weighs just 550gms and is 17.5mm thin.
The laptop/tablet has a couple of USB ports attached to the keyboard and has a 10-hour battery life (at least that’s what Lenovo claims).
Available in two color (Snow White and Platinum Silver) variants, the Miix 320 will be up for purchase starting April and will cost €269 (Approx. Rs. 19,000) for the model without LTE support and €399 (Approx. Rs. 28,170) for the one with LTE support.
Also, the device along with Active Pen Support and pre-loaded Microsoft Office 365 (12 months) will sell in select markets starting from July.