Hands on: Lenovo Miix 510 review

Lenovo’s IdeaPad Miix 700 was one of the more promising contenders for theSurface Pro 4’s hybrid tablet crown. Few 2-in-1s came close to matching Microsoft’s device for style, but the Miix managed it thanks to its classy watchband-style hinges that are now synonymous with the company’s laptops and tablets.


Like its predecessor, the Miix 510 is a Surface clone – but a damn good one. It’s thin and light but feels reassuringly solid in the hand. Its two watchband-style hinges connect to a stand that allows the tablet to recline at various angles for comfortable viewing. They’re made from 280 individual pieces of stainless steel and add a real glitzy element to the Miix that catches the eye.

The desktop wallpaper loaded onto our review unit showed off the display’s inky blacks and bold, vibrant colors. The Miix 510 uses an IPS display, and viewing angles are superb whether you’re ogling it from above, below or the sides.

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