In Pictures: Lenovo Miix 2

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

MINOR DESIGN ISSUES While fiddling with the volume, I discovered what could be a slight design flaw -- the tablet’s volume buttons are situated close to the power button. So when you intend to push the volume-up button, your finger could instead press the wrong button.

The micro SD card slot is covered with a small plastic strip that is tightly tethered at one end to the rest of the tablet. To access the slot, you have to pop off this bit of plastic, and it feels like if you don’t learn to do this action carefully, you could snap the cover off.

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