Lenovo’s latest Windows tablet is the company’s cheapest to date. The Lenovo Miix 300 is a tablet with an 8 inch display, an Intel Atom processor, and Windows 8.1 software. It will sell for $149 and up when it hits stores in July, 2015.

It won’t be the first Windows tablet to hit that price point, but it’s always nice to have another option.

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The Lenovo Miix 300 features an Intel Atom Bay Trail processor, a 1280 x 800 pixel IPS touchscreen display and support for up to 2GB of RAM and up to 64GB of storage.

Like many other small, low-cost Windows tablets, the Miix 300 will come with a 1-year subscription to Microsoft Office 365.

Lenovo says the tablet should get up to 7 hours of battery life and it features 802.11b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth, a 5MP rear camera, a 2MP front camera, and a microSD card slot.

One thing I suspect the tablet won’t have? Superfish software.

image via CNET

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11 replies on “Lenovo Miix 300 Windows tablet launches this summer for $149”

  1. those tablets worth nothing if they don’t have HDMI, full size USB 3.0 AND USB micro 2.0 for charging

  2. Brad – the linked news release on Lenovo says WUXGA resolution. Wouldn’t that be 1920×1200?

    1. Hmm… That’s a good point, but folks who have actually seen the tablet at MWC are reporting it has a 1280 x 800 pixel screen. Maybe there will be a higher resolution option… Or maybe it’s a typo.

  3. “Up to 2gb of ram”, so is the $149 is probably going to be 1gb/32gb?

    1. If that’s accurate, they’re going for a pretty hefty mark-up or plan to discount that price significantly. Given how poorly tablets have been doing lately though, I think these are going to underwhelm their sales projections regardless.

    1. I’ll put my money on it being a Bay Trail. If it were Cherry Trail, I think the announcement would be a little more ceremonious.

      1. That’s quite a possibility and be a disappointment. However, it may be Cherry Trail and they are not mentioning it before the Intel presentation.

        Edit: you are absolutely right. According to HotHardware, it is Bay Trail T.

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