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Lenovo IdeaTab Miix 2 8 8-Inch 64 GB Tablet

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  • Windows 8.1, 8-inch HD Display
  • 1.33 GHz Intel atom Z3740 Quad-Core Processor
  • 64 GB Flash Memory, 2 GB RAM Memory
  • 10-hour battery life, 0.77 pounds
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Size Name: 64 GB
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Screen Size8 inches
Screen Resolution1280 x 800
Max Screen Resolution1280 x 800 pixels
Processor1.3 GHz Intel Celeron
Hard Drive64 GB
Graphics CoprocessorIntegrated
Chipset BrandIntel
Wireless Type802.11bgn
Number of USB 2.0 Ports 1
Average Battery Life (in hours) 10 hours
Brand NameLenovo
Item model number59393611
Operating SystemWindows 8.1
Item Weight12.3 ounces
Item Dimensions L x W x H8.46 x 5.19 x 0.31 inches
Color Silver
Rear Webcam Resolution 8 MP
Processor BrandIntel
Processor Count4
Computer Memory TypeDDR3 SDRAM
Flash Memory Size64
Hard Drive InterfaceSolid State
Battery TypeLithium Polymer (LiPo)
Power SourceBattery
Batteries:1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
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Best Sellers Rank #4,451 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 1, 2013
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Size: 64 GB

Product Description

The Mix 8 is a Windows tablet that uniquely combines an 8" HD wide-view display with powerful dual core processing, 64GB of storage and Microsoft Office, making it perfect for light productivity and Web browsing while on the go. Enjoy music, play games or get productive and work on Microsoft Office documents whenever needed. Seamlessly work, play and create with Intel Inside.



Lenovo Miix 2 – 8” Tablet

The 8” Miix 2 is a Windows tablet that uniquely combines an 8” HD wide-view display with powerful, Intel quad core processing and Microsoft Office Home and Student Edition, making it perfect for light productive tasks and Web browsing. And at just .31” thin and well under 1 lb, it’s the ideal travel companion.


Windows Tablet with Powerful Quad Core Processor

With Windows 8.1, you can do it all simpler and easier. And with the quad core power of Intel, you’ll get outstanding performance not typically found on a tablet.

8” HD (1280x800) Display With IPS Technology

The vibrant 8" wide-view display uses In-Plane Switching (IPS) for vivid colors and nearly 180-degree viewing angles.

Five-Finger Multitouch Technology

Seamlessly integrate with Windows 8 and enjoy more precise control.

Thin and Light Design

At .31” thin, it’s as thin as a standard pencil plus it has a textured rear cover for a better grip. And at only .77 lbs, it’s lightweight for carrying anywhere.

Integrated Webcam

The 2MP front camera and up-to-8MP rear camera will help you enjoy web conferences or online video chats like you're really there.

Stay Productive with Microsoft Office Home and Student Edition

Create, work, plan and share more easily with Microsoft Office Home and Student 2013 Edition. Featuring Word 2013, Excel 2013, Powerpoint 2013 and OneNote 2013.

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

With 802.11 b/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0, you’ll be able to connect to the internet most anywhere you go.

Lenovo Cloud Storage

Protect your important files and data, while also making access to information and file-sharing quick and convenient. Automatically back-up and synchronize data across your home, while enabling access from multiple devices. Data is encrypted on transfer for an extra level of security.

Customer Reviews

The main thing I needed was something that worked like a laptop when I wanted it to and a tablet when I chose to have it be.
Then, it is a case of grab the tablet, press the windows key (nothing); try again (nothing); hold power button down for 10 seconds to power the tablet off.
Robert Hupp
This nice 8-inch tablet seems to be a good compromise between being small enough to hold comfortably and big enough to read.
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389 of 405 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Lover on November 29, 2013
Size Name: 64 GB Verified Purchase
I'm going to post this review under both the Dell Venue 8 Pro and the Lenovo Miix 8 as I believe some people may find the comparison helpful.

I will cut to the chase and say that I have decided to keep the Venue 8 Pro and return the Lenovo Miix 8. I rated both of the devices a 5 because they are both very similar and I didn't feel it was fair to dock the Lenovo just because I preferred the Dell. If I could have rated the Lenovo 4.75, I would have.

Here is what I like and dislike about both devices:

1. Screen on the Dell is better than the Lenovo in my opinion. For example, in the Kindle App for Windows 8, after changing the settings to white text on black background, you get a truly "black" background on the Dell whereas it is more of a gray on the Lenovo. Also, the colors just seem to be more accurate on the Dell. The Lenovo offers a brighter screen but the Dell is plenty bright for me. I was also able to dim the backlight on the Dell more than the Lenovo which was helpful to me for nighttime reading. These are not major issues but it was something I noticed after comparing side by side.

2. I have grown to prefer the build materials and quality of the Dell more than the Lenovo. The Lenovo is thinner and lighter which I thought was something that was important to me, but the Dell is much more comfortable to hold. This is mainly because the Dell is made from some sort of rubberized plastic material that is very "grippy". It just feels comfortable to hold. The Lenovo on the other hand is made from some sort of slick plastic and it always felt like I was going to drop it. Also, the Lenovo made a faint "creaking" and "crackling" sound whenever I held it.

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75 of 78 people found the following review helpful By Rick S on January 25, 2014
Size Name: 32 GB
I've had the Miix 2 8" for two weeks, and it's definitely a keeper for me. I plan to use this for a different purpose than many of you. I need to mount this in my sailboat for use as a navigation tool (chartplotter) by the steering wheel. I've interfaced it to my boat's instruments using Bluetooth, and all the marine software that I use is written for Windows. So I have a special requirement for a Windows tablet (not Android or iOS) with an extremely bright display for daylight viewability, which this tablet excels at better than all the Windows 8 competitors out there right now. Also, this tablet has a built-in GPS, which makes it perfect for navigation. Most Windows tablets out there right now do not have GPS (though I'm sure they'll become more common over time). A quick note of warning - Windows 8.1 supports tablets with internal GPS chips in a way that only works with Metro apps, not with legacy desktop programs that expect to see the GPS on a COM port or TCP port. But there are free and low-cost programs available that will take the internal Metro GPS and emulate a COM port and/or TCP port, so you can use your old programs with it.

For me, the screen brightness and GPS are the two features that make the Miix2 8" stand out over the other 8" tablets from Dell, Asus, and the others. Those features may not be that important to you, but if they are, this tablet deserves a long, hard look.

The only significant weakness is the low audio volume, but that can be addressed with headphones or external speakers. I plan to get some Bluetooth speakers for use on my boat. The other weakness for some is the bright display. Some have complained that its minimum setting is too high to use in a dark room. Not a problem for me, but maybe it is for you.
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65 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Paul A. Bigelow on December 8, 2013
Size Name: 32 GB
The Lenovo is a good tablet and should suffice for users of previous Windows tablets and those familiar with Windows 8.1

Brief review and comparison vs. the Dell Venue 8 pro:


The Dell has the 3740D and utilizes single channel memory -- 2GB max
The Lenovo has the 3740 and utilizes dual channel memory -- 4GB max (but the Lenovo does not allow for a memory upgrade)
A look at the System Performance file shows a 6.4 memory for the Dell and 7.1 for the Lenovo.
The other performance scores are virtually identical.
So theoretically, the Lenovo should be a bit more snappy but I haven't really noticed it yet in "real world" use.

Under similar loads the Dell's back gets a bit warmer than the Lenovo's. The Lenovo has never become *hot*, so far.

The Dell *feels* nicer and more solid, the Lenovo makes a few creaking noises if flexed even a little.

The Dell's buttons certainly feel better with a good tactile response, the Lenovo's feel "mushy".


The Lenovo screen can be made the brightest, but the Dell screen can be made the darkest and looks better in a low light environment. The Dell seems to reproduce colors better at the widest angles while the Lenovo washes out (both are still, IPS though). The Dell has warmer screen temperature, the Lenovo is a bit on the cool side (partially explains the perception of brighter but the backlight is a contributor also).


I'm still evaluating the sound, Dell has released an update for both firmware and screen.


Haven't tried the Dell active pen, no one locally has it. A Targus aluminum barreled capacitive stylus works pretty good.
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