Lenovo has added one more member to it Miix series of detachable Windows devices — Lenovo Miix 720. Announced at CES 2017, the Lenovo Miix 720 Windows detachable prioritizes device flexibility and work mobility. It is ultra-slim and measures in at just 0.57 in (14.6 mm) and 2.4 lbs (1.1 kg) including the precision touchpad-enabled keyboard.
It features a 12-inch touchscreen with QHD+ (2880 x 1920) resolution delivering ultra-crisp clarity to your graphics-rich pitch.
With the Lenovo Active Pen 210 in hand, you use the shortcut button to open your email and check for any last-minute edits from your boss. Her suggestion: add one more hand-drawn schematic to the presentation. As part of the over 20 percent of detachable users surveyed who use a pen or stylus on a daily basis,4 you rely on a digital pen to sketch out the drawing along with some supporting annotations with just the click of your Lenovo Active Pen 210 using Windows Ink™. The 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity on the pen offer a precise drawing experience, like writing on paper.
The integrated infrared camera unlocks Windows Hello facial recognition which allows you to login without the hassle of having to recall or re-type your password, and the up to 150-degree tablet kickstand easily adjusts to any angle.
Other features include:
- An ultra-crisp 12-inch QHD+ display for super crisp screen resolution and precision high end touchpad-enabled keyboard that makes for an awesome input experience
- Up to 7th Gen Intel Core i7 processor and Thunderbolt 3, the fastest port available on a PC today
Pricing and availability
The Miix 720 (keyboard included) starts at $999.99, and will be available in two colour options Champagne Gold and Iron Gray beginning in April 2017. The Lenovo Active Pen 2 starts at $59.99, and will be available beginning in February 2017. All available in the US.