Very bright, colorrich IPS screen.
Good battery runtimes.
Expandable storage capacity.
TFT's inclination angle too steep when on keyboard dock.
Keyboard dock obstructs micro USB.
Very few interfaces.
Poor computing performance.
No gaming performance.
By PCAdvisor on November 06, 2013
Its modest specification means that the Miix 10 isn't as powerful as rival tablets such as the Microsoft Surface. However, it's reasonably priced and its attractive IPS screen ensures that it works well as an entertainment tablet while still having enough power to handle basic email and Microsoft Office documents.70
By Computer Shopper on November 06, 2013
This attractive-enough Windows slate performs as expected for a Clover Trail 32-bit Atom device, but with the advent of Bay Trail, it's outclassed and due for a big price cut....60
By PC Advisor on November 06, 2013
We liked the design of HP's Envy X2 tablet , which comes with full-size, detachable keyboard that lets you use it as a proper laptop when you need to. But, at around £700.00, the X2 costs as much as a good mid-range laptop while only offering...70
By PCWorld on November 05, 2013
I'll admit a bit of bias as I'm such a fan of Lenovo's keyboards, but that’s not enough to justify this price for a CPU that’s a generation old. While not the best, performance and battery life are very good, so if your primary concern is a good typing experience, this machine might fit the bill.60
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on November 05, 2013
Lenovo's Miix 10 is a solid hybrid: It's comfortable and responsive, and the optional keyboard cover is a cut above. But so is the price tag for a generation-old...60
By PCMag on September 19, 2013
The Lenovo IdeaPad Miix 10 Tablet is a fairly well-built Windows slate tablet, but it does little to distinguish itself in a crowded field of competitors.70
By 5FWD on August 27, 2013
The Lenovo Miix 10 is sadly a mixed bag. While we love the physical keyboard case, some of its quirks let the whole device down and it does fall short when being used as a tablet: there just aren't enough finger friendly Windows 8 apps at the...60
By NotebookCheck on August 17, 2013
It came, it saw - but did it also conquer? The IdeaTab Miix 10 (64-bit version) does a lot of things right but also places some stumbling blocks in the buyer's way. First the good features: Only bright sunlight defeats the very bright , reflective...83
By TechRadar on August 16, 2013
The Lenovo Miix is more than capable of serving the needs of some people, but it's a definite niche. If the question is should the average person get this instead of an Ultrabook (even a low-end one that comes in at a similar price point), then the...60
By Channel Pro on July 27, 2013
A lightweight, long-lasting tablet that suffices for both work and leisure, although the absence of a trackpad or stylus is an oversight Of the multifarious form factors we’ve seen from Windows 8 devices over the past year or so, none has come as...-