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.
It also comes with Lenovo Active Pen 2, the Miix 720 is your ideal take for note taking with OneNote or Microsoft Edge, thanks to Windows Ink.
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.