Lenovo Miix

Announced June, 2013
  • 10.1"
  • 64 GB
  • WiFi
The 10-inch multi-touch screen is an IPS panel, so should work excellently at just about any angle, with a resolution of 1366 x 768.
by TechRadar (Aug, 2013)

Features Key features of the Lenovo Miix

screen resolution

Lenovo Miix
1366 x 768
Surface Pro 2
1920 x 1080
1920 x 1080


Lenovo Miix
2,048 GB

Reviews Word on the street for the Lenovo Miix

The viewing angles are good, and the screen is nice and clear, it's just that the angle becomes acute enough to be awkward.

What People Are Saying Give it to me straight

Operating System

The 10.1-inch, 1,366x768-pixel-resolution, 16:9 IPS display supports five-finger multitouch, and the 10.1-millimeter-thin, 1.27-pound design resembles that of other thin and lower-power Windows 8 tablets.
by c|net (Jun, 2013)
Windows tablets are starting to become a painfully familiar blend of me-too products, much like Windows laptops.
by c|net (Jun, 2013)
The jury is still out on super thin and light Windows 8 tablet-laptop hybrids, despite the efforts of the Lenovo Miix 10.
by TechRadar (Aug, 2013)

Operating system

But with no integrated trackpad, will it run your software usably?
by TechRadar (Aug, 2013)
For a start, any games other than the most basic fare from the Windows Store are out.
by TechRadar (Aug, 2013)
But if there's something here you specifically want - the lightness and flexibility of just taking the tablet side while running Windows apps, or the corporate-friendliness of Windows - then this is one of the better machines of its kind.
by TechRadar (Aug, 2013)


On a desk, that's not so bad, but on a train or any where else where space is limited, you really can't see the screen very well at all.
by TechRadar (Aug, 2013)
Speaking of the screen, it's great.
by TechRadar (Aug, 2013)
It's not super high-res, no, but it's an IPS panel, so it's bright, clear and only darkens slightly when you're at an awkward sideways viewing angle.
by TechRadar (Aug, 2013)


And like those two machines, it comes with a keyboard, so you can easily turn it into a thin and light laptop substitute.
by TechRadar (Aug, 2013)
Pulling the Lenovo Miix out of its box for the first time, the (lack of) size and weight is definitely the first thing you'll notice.
by TechRadar (Aug, 2013)
It's what enables the Lenovo Miix 10 to run Windows 8, but be only 9.9mm (0.4-inches) thick and weigh just 576g (1.27lbs).
by TechRadar (Aug, 2013)


The lack of a trackpad in the keyboard case means that some fiddlier productivity apps will be a pain.
by TechRadar (Aug, 2013)
We'll go over what all these specs produce in practice in the Performance section, but basically expectations need to be managed here: as a Windows machine, this simply isn't equipped to be much of an entertainment centre, or a machine for intensive apps.
by TechRadar (Aug, 2013)

Specifications Full list of technical specs


Size 10.1"
Technology IPS LCD
Resolution 1366 x 768
PPI 155 ppi


Wi-Fi 802.11
Bluetooth Bluetooth v4.0


USB support 1 Micro USB

form factor

Weight 544 g


Internal storage 64 GB
RAM capacity 2,048 GB
Supported card formats microSD
Maximum capacity 128 GB

photo & video

Rear camera None


Has an accelerometer Yes
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