Lenovo has just given the go-ahead for the launch of the Lenovo Miix 3 8 and thus brings the third generation of its low entry-level tablet with Windows 8.1 on the market. The Lenovo Miix 3 8 starts first in China and is introduced there for almost 190 euros. But you get a fairly decent-equipped compact tablet.
Lenovo Miix 3 8 presented: Windows 8.1 tablet in 4: 3 format à la Surface
The Lenovo Miix 3 8 based how many new tablets on the Intel Atom Z3735F with its four x86 cores operating at 1.33 GHz and upshift up to 1.83 GHz when needed. There are two gigabytes of RAM and 32 GB of flash memory on board, which can be expanded via microSD card slot. In addition, there is one 2-megapixel camera on the front and back as well as N-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 and GPS support. Interesting here is the choice of the display, because the display has a diagonal of 7.85 inches, so it has the 4: 3 aspect ratio and not an aspect ratio of 16: 9, as it is known by many other 8-Inchern. The resolution is therefore quite narrow at 1024 × 768 pixels, so probably not in practice look very good.
Inside the 9.2 mm thick and 375 grams heavy Lenovo Miix 3 8 lies a 15-watt-hour battery, which should provide for a term of up to seven hours. Whether the Lenovo Miix 3 8 come in this form in Germany on the market remains to be seen. Personally, I like the low resolution in the 7.85-inch tablets in 4: 3 format not particularly because most of these panels are not of good quality. It remains to be hoped that Lenovo installed here a decent IPS display that can deliver good image quality despite the low resolution. After all, one could consider the Miix 3 8 with its unusual format like a Microsoft Surface, as the new Surface Pro 3 has with its aspect ratio of 3: 2, a very similar format.
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