Lenovo preparing to launch a new hybrid 2-in-1 with 10-inch screen and Intel. Lenovo Miix 300 photos and 10 have preliminary information on the components, but for the officer to wait a few more days. Likely, however, that this is one of the new devices (see IdeaCentre Stick 300?) That the company holds in the heat for Windows 10.
FCC certification shows us a 10-inch-looking not too fine with volume buttons on the back, two cameras, microSD reader, exit microHDMI and microUSB connector. Its keyboard dock brings the IdeaPad brand, has a full size USB on the side, and a hinge that lifts off the shelf after opening. Judging by the images, Lenovo Miix 10 300 does not give the idea of being a top of the range.
It remains the real possibility of seeing a hybrid architecture based on Cherry Trail, then with SoC Atom x5 or x7. This would allow configurations with 4 GB of RAM, would make sure that the battery of 7000 mAh built to bring a range of over 10 hours, and would ensure that extra boost to the graphics performance enough to lean management of a Full HD display, video H .265, games of “desktop”.
According to what we read in the documents on the FCC, unearthed by German boys of WinFuture, Lenovo Miix 300 8 it will soon be accompanied by a larger version, called Miix 300 10. Both under the brand IdeaPad. The latter model would compete in size and technical characteristics, with the ASUS Transformer Book T100HA and the Acer Aspire Switch 10, also came because of a keyboard dock. In contrast to the 8-inch, however, the Chinese company has opted for the 10 300 Miix a traditional keyboard dock, able to hinge the screen to tilt it in different positions.
Lenovo Miix 300 10
The hardware specifications are not yet known, but we do know that Lenovo Miix 300 10 will have a 10.1-inch display, full HD probably like his predecessor, HDMI ports, USB and microUSB (on your keyboard to reload it). The internal memory can be expanded with a micro SD card slot and some SKUs will be equipped with a slot for a SIM card for mobile connectivity. Both the front and rear cameras are present, while the battery used is a version of 7000 mAh.
Even if you have not been confirmed, we expect Lenovo integrates in its IdeaPad Miix an Intel Atom 300 10 x5 / x7 (Cherry Trail), with at least 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. It is unclear whether the installed operating system will be Windows 8.1, but in any case by July 29 can be used with Windows 10. Perhaps the launch is expected to mark the release of the new OS?