Laptop-tablet hybrids have become par for the course for many manufacturers, with a number of consumers attracted to its promise of portability and practical usage. Lenovo’s new Ideapad Miix 310 promises both in spades, but lacks in certain other aspects. We’ve put the device through its paces in our latest video review to find out whether it’s worth spending your hard-earned cash on.
One of the Ideapad Miix 310’s major highlights is its Rs 17490 price tag, packing in a variety of specs within a 10.1-inch frame. The figure will likely be its biggest strength as compared to other 2-in-1s in the market today. Being a hybrid mashup straddling both laptop and tablet worlds, the device has to offer the most optimum balance of performance, battery power, and portability.
We’ve taken care to evaluate all key areas to find out how the Lenovo product performs in real-world conditions, paying special focus to its camera and software skills. As it turns out, we discovered some strange anomalies over the course of our extensive review related to its microUSB port and microSIM slot. Moreover, its flexibility is limited to only a few modes.
You can buy the Lenovo Ideapad Miix 310 exclusively via Amazon India at Rs 17490. It’s currently selling at a Rs 500 discount, reducing its asking rate to Rs 16990.