In Pictures: Lenovo Miix 2

Windows 8.1 and Office Home on an 8-inch touchscreen tablet for under $300

QUALITY SOUND/VIDEO PLAYBACK I plugged earbuds into the Miix 2’s combined audio connector, and found that the volume could be cranked up beyond my personal tolerance for loudness. A speaker faces out from the back of the tablet. Audio emanating from it sounds full and gives the impression that it is directed upwards and at you, not away. I played video files of TV show episodes and movies that were at 720p resolution. All played smoothly without skips or stutters, and the back of the tablet didn’t ever feel like it became noticeably warmer.

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