A new Windows 10 PC with a Snapdragon 835 gets the Lenovo experience.
So far, HP has had the ARM PC market for tablets with keyboards all to itself, but Lenovo recently soft-launched its Miix 630 with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 (the Snapdragon 850 is not expected until the end of 2018).
On the first pass, the Miix 630 strikes a strong resemblance to the HP Envy x2, but that’s not due to copying, but rather both are based off Qualcomm’s reference design for such an ideal Snapdragon-powered Windows tablet. That’s a good thing as it’s a winning composition (certainly better than HP’s attempt at an Intel version).
How does the Lenovo’s Miix 630 compare to the HP Envy x2 and is this a worthy Windows 10 on ARM device? Check out my latest video review to find out. Lenovo Miix 630 (review): A solid Windows 10 on ARM PC for those on the go
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This looks like a very rock solid pic if you are looking for a new laptop with peak performance.