Miix 630 Is Lenovo’s First Always Connected PC

Whether you are on the go or on your couch, the Miix 630 delivers. The Miix is Lenovo’s first Always On, Always Connected PC and it’s also a 2-in-1, with a removable keyboard and pen support for writing on the screen directly. It also packs in 4G connectivity with a sim card slot, so you can work from anywhere there is cell signal and not rely on WiFi or carrier pigeon – or any other local network.

Plus at only 2.93 lbs with a 12-inch screen, it is extremely portable, so you truly get the best of the tablet and laptop world combined. Miix is not only lightweight and always-connected, it is also instant-on, making it as a fast as a smartphone or tablet but with the power of Windows 10 S behind it.

Inside it running on the Qualcomm 835 mobile PC platform, and the gorilla glass screen offers 1,024 levels of sensitivity. In english, that means this is a very fast and responsive device with a touchscreen sensitive enough to write on it like it is pen and paper. You can go from taking notes to typing emails to watching Hulu, and with a detachable backlit keyboard you can be as fully equipped or as stripped down as your workflow requires. Plus it the Miix 630 is rated for up to 20 hours of battery life and has a battery sipping standby mode, which means emails, messages, downloads, etc are all there as soon as you flip the screen back on, no waiting required.

Miix 630 is designed to leave you with access to everything you might need at any time you might need it. The only waiting you’ll need to do is wait for the release, which is set for the second quarter of 2018! Pricing for the Miix will start at $799.

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