Lenovo Miix 510: Miixing the right Ingredients – Full Review
For the stand and the joints that’s holding the tablet is pretty sturdy and solid. Does not feel flimsy or fragile in any way and I love it. It goes upto 120 degrees which is pretty neat.
Lenovo Miix 510 has a decent number of ports on the device. On one side, we have a USB C port followed by a full sized USB and the Charging port. And on the other side, we have a 3.5mm headphone jack.
At the bottom, we have the Pogo Pin Connectors, where you’ll be attaching the keyboard.
Other than that, we have a volume rocker and the power button on the right. And as you lift up the stand, you’ll see a SIM slot for LTE data connectivity. The Miix 510 does not have an SD card (or a MicroSD card slot) for that matter, so you’ll have to carry an external card reader if you need to use it. We don’t get a HDMI or a DisplayPort on the Miix 510, but since it comes with a USB C port, you can get docks or adapters to connect it, which is a nice touch.
The side firing speakers on the Lenovo Miix 510 is nice. The sound quality is not the greatest but at Maximum volume, the tablet didn’t break a sweat and the audio quality was fine.
All the product shots in this article was shot using the Sony alpha a6300.
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Jaya Prithivi Raj
Jayaa Prithivi Raaj, also known as Vesper is the Founder of The Adventures of Vesper. Born in Kuala Lumpur, and has been passionate about technology ever since he was young. Hence why Prithivi started The Adventures of Vesper. It’s still young and still going strong.