Introducing the Lenovo Miix 2, a convertible Windows 8.l tablet with powerful PC processing, The Windows 8.1 tablets with 10″ or 11.6″ Full HD displays and Intel processors, the Lenovo Miix 2 can be attached to an AccuType keyboard dock for a quick, seamless conversion to a laptop PC, complete with Microsoft Office and other productivity software. Or you can use it in stand mode, for hands-free entertainment.


Full HD (1920×1080) Displays With IPS Technology
The vibrant 10″ or 11.6″ wide-view displays use In-Plane Switching (IPS) for vivid colors and nearly 180-degree viewing angles.

Ten-Finger Multitouch Technology
Seamlessly integrate with Windows 8 and enjoy more precise control.

Windows Legacy-Compatible
The Miix 2 is backward-compatible with previous Windows operating systems and software, so you can still access your favorite games and productivity software.

Detachable Keyboard Dock
Instantly switch from tablet mode to laptop or stand mode with the detachable dock, featuring the AccuType keyboard — designed for comfort and accuracy.

Integrated 720p HD Webcam
The 2MP front camera and 5MP rear camera will help you enjoy web conferences or online video chats like you’re really there.

Veriface™ Face Recognition Software
Your face is your password. The integrated webcam uses stored images of your face to allow you to login quickly and easily, and the program supports multiple users, allowing you to authorize access for the entire family.

Online Connectivity Options
With 802.11 a/b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth® 4.0, and optional 3G, you’ll be able to connect to the internet wherever you go.

HDMI Output
The micro HDMI-out port allows easy connection to an HD television or other monitor.

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