Lenovo's all-day 2-in-1 laptop packs a phone's brain
Despite years of increased performance and higher res screens, the one thing that still drives most people crazy about their laptops is battery life.
That's the appeal behind a new breed of PCs that run on Snapdragon processors from Qualcomm.
Now Lenovo is joining this party and do far a pretty exclusive one with the new MIIX 630.
This two in one hybrid is a Windows powered twelve inch tablet plus a backlit clip on keyboard and a stylus.
Lenovo claims up to 20 hours of battery life, which is the main selling point for these new Snapdragon PCs.
But it also offers an always on LTE connection which just adds to the phone-like vibe.
Like other Qualcomm powered PCs that we've seen recently, this runs Windows 10 S. Which is a limited version of Windows 10 that only allows apps in the official Windows 10 app store to be installed.
Fortunately, like most Windows 10 S systems, you can upgrade it to Windows 10 Pro for free.
The Lenovo MIIX 630 is expected sometime in the second quarter of 2018.
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