Lenovo Miix 510 Review – Lightweight Design on a Snazzy Hybrid Device



There are many devices on the market that are aiming to get the attention of the style-conscious individual, and one great example for that notion is the Lenovo Miix 510. As a matter of fact, Lenovo’s hybrid device is one of the more promising contenders to take the crown out from the head of the Microsoft Surface 4 as it sits in the throne of the convertible category. For Lenovo’s convertible device, it tries, and mostly succeeds in attracting style-conscious people with its classy-watchband style hinges. Furthermore, you wouldn’t go wrong with its premium-looking looks.

Lenovo Miix 510 Review – Lightweight Design on a Snazzy Hybrid Device

The Lenovo Miix 510 Aims to Target Style-Conscious Customers

Just like its predecessor, the Lenovo Miix 510 is most definitely a clone of the Microsoft Surface 4, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. In fact, it’s a very good clone. It has a thin and lightweight design, but when you pick it up, you will feel that it is more than durable enough to withstand the occasional bumps and scrapes.

With its two watchband-style hinges that connect the stand with the tablet module, and it can also assist the display in reclining at various angles to allow for a more comfortable viewing. While still on the hinges, they are made out of 280 individual pieces of stainless steel, as well as an element that adds to the total “bling” towards the machine as it will easily catch your eye.

Aside from the superb-looking hinges, once you turn the display on and you will be met with a display performance that is full of inky blacks and bold, vibrant colors. The Miix 510 also makes use of an IPS display, so this means that viewing angles are superb. So even though you’re just looking at it from the side while someone else it taking control of the machine, you will still be able to take a look at what’s on the screen as clear as day.

When it comes to its hardware specs, it comes with an Intel Kaby Lake processor of the 7th generation which is found under the hood. Furthermore, you will be able to take advantage of 1TB of SSD storage, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi connectivity. There is also an optional LTE variant if you want Internet on the go.

Just like with its previous iterations, the Lenovo Miix 510 also has a digital pen with more functionality because of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. Overall, the hybrid laptop is a great choice for many types of users. Also, you wouldn’t be wrong in purchasing this just for its style and form factor, because it can definitely turn heads.


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