HP and Asus both unveiled their ARM-powered Windows 10 laptops last month, and now it’s Lenovo’s turn. At CES this week, Lenovo is unveiling the Miix 630, a 2-in-1 detachable tablet / laptop hybrid that’s similar to the company’s previous Miix tablets.
While the device also looks similar to a Surface Pro, the screen detaches from the keyboard base into a true tablet, and even the kickstand at the rear folds up instead of down. Lenovo is shipping this particular model with the keyboard and stylus supplied for $799.
Lenovo is using a 12.3-inch WUXGA+ screen, paired with 4GB or 8GB of RAM, and storage options up to 256GB. There’s only a single USB-C port on the Miix 630 so you won’t be able to connect up multiple accessories and charge at the same time, but there’s a microSD slot for extra storage. Lenovo is also including a Windows Hello-compatible camera on the Miix 630, so you can log into Windows 10 with your face.