Lenovo’s next 8 inch Windows tablet is set to hit stores in July for $149 and up. But it looks like the Lenovo Miix 300 will be available in at least two sizes. In addition to the 8 inch model, there appears to be an unannounced Lenovo Miix 300 with a 10 inch screen.

miix 300 10

The larger model has a detachable keyboard dock which lets you use the tablet like a notebook. There are also two full-sized USB ports in the keyboard dock.

Lenovo’s  8 inch model features 2GB of RAM, up to 64GB of storage, a 1280 x 800 pixel display and an Intel Atom Bay Trail processor. It’s not clear if the 10 inch model will have the same specs, but it will likely have a larger battery and could have a higher-resolution display.

WinFuture found pictures of the tablet, as well as a user manual at the FCC website recently, which suggests that while the Miix 300 10 hasn’t been officially announced yet, it could hit the streets in the next few months.

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5 replies on “Lenovo Miix 300 10 Windows 2-in-1 tablet coming soon”

  1. Weird! Between this and the updated Asus T100HA w/ Cherry Trail, I wonder what’s driving the shift to 1280×800 over 1366×768 panels.

    1. Aspect ratio… 1366×768 gives you 16:9 aspect ratio and 1280×800 gives you 16:10…

      For tablets there are varying aspect ratios that people prefer depending on their primary usage…

      Something like the iPad, with a 4:3 AR is good for those who do a lot of reading, magazines, comic books, etc.

      The Surface 3 has a more compromising 3:2 AR but some consider a 16:10 the better compromise, especially at FHD or higher… Budget devices just don’t generally push the higher resolutions and the usually low powered devices can run longer with a HD resolution screen…

      Though, the 1280×800 was mainly popular with 8″ devices but some larger budget range devices also use it…

    2. I’m a big fan of 16:10 as a good compromise aspect for all kinds of usage and keeping devices compact for given screen real estate, so whatever the driving force it’s very welcome.

      1. Absolutely, same here. Back around 2006, we still had a lot of 16:10 laptop screens but within a few yrs, 16:9 had pushed everything else out. I had the last of the 4:3 IBM Thinkpads, a 14.1″ T60 with a glorious 1400×1050 SXGA+ resolution. Dim, yes, but Google Reader (RIP) was a beauty on that. Feedly on my 1080p IPS Toshiba Chromebook 2 has only recently achieved that level of wonderfulness.

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