At MWC 2015, Lenovo has brought yet another tablet, which has been baptized as ideapad MIIX 300. Apparently, corporation is on a launching-spree in this session because it has brought a bevy of gadgets during ongoing Mobile World Congress, where its Tab 2 A10-70 & Tab 2 A8 tabs and Vibe Shot & A7000 smartphones are quite praiseworthy.
Talking about newly-launched ideapad MIIX 300, which runs on Windows 8.1 operating system to cater the need of folks that crave for a plus-sized device with Windows platform. The tab has been claimed to render office productivity and it will be available with Free one year subscription to Office 365.
Notably, gadget is a prefect proposition for people that are looking for a full-featured, light-weighted and compact tab, but don't want to pay a hefty amount because MIIX 300 weighs just 360 grams, measures 130 x 215 x 9.3 mm scale and carries an affordable price tag of $149.
Touching the subject of memory, this budget-friendly tool is arrayed with 2GB RAM alongside 64GB of inbuilt storage that can be extended via a microSD card, but its maximum storage capacity is yet-unknown. The handheld comprises a 5-megapixel rear camera and its battery confers a lifespan of 7 hours.
In terms of connectivity, device looks inferior to its 4G-capable Android siblings because it only offers Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth v4.0 options. Moreover, Lenovo ideapad MIIX 300 is packed with Intel Atom quad-core processor and features an 8-inch WXGA IPS display with a pixel resolution of 1280x800p.
Well, device will hit the shelves of retail stores in July 2015, so prospective buyers of company's novel scion will have to wait to get their hands on this cheapest Windows tablet in Lenovo's lineup.