Lenovo has announced a new detachable laptop at CES 2018. Named Miix 630, this machine is powered by Qualcomm’s always on and always connected mobility platform Snapdragon 630. It comes with integrated 4G LTE, so that you don’t have to reply on Wi-Fi hotspots.
The Miix 630 runs Windows 10 S. You can upgrade it to full-fledged Windows 10 for free. It comes with a full-sized backlit keyboard with touchpad. It ships with a Lenovo digital pen what supports up to 1,024 levels of sensitivity to let you draw or jot down with Windows Ink. The laptop has a 12.3-inch Full HD+ display.
Even with its keyboard, the Miix 630 is quite thin at 15.6 mm. It weighs in only 1.33 kg. The Qualcomm chipset has enabled Lenovo to opt for a fan-less design. The efficient processor delivers battery life of up to 20 hours.
Infrared camera enables Windows Hello for faster and more secure log-in. It comes with Microsoft’s personal digital assistant Cortana. You can get reminders, track flights, send emails, and play music with just your voice.
The Lenovo Miix 630 with keyboard and stylus starts at $799.99 (Rs 51,000). It is expected to be available in the first half of 2018.