Just like the Miix 310 before it, the 320 packs all of its power into a traditional tablet design that can then be docked into a keyboard stand for additional functionality. You won't find a kickstand anywhere on the Miix 320 like you will on the Surface Pro 4 and many other tablet/laptop combos, but this is a very common omission when looking at 2-in-1s that are very clearly targeted at a budget-minded audience. Powering the Miix 320 is reportedly an Intel Atom X5-Z8350 processor, and you'll be able to get the tablet with either 2 or 4GB of RAM depending on how much speed you think you'll need for your day-to-day tasks.
The front on the Lenovo Miix 320 is home to a 1920 x 1080 Full HD display, and we're guessing that it'll come equipped wit the same screen size as the Miix 310 at 10.1-inches. This is a modest increase from the1280 x 800 resolution that's found on last year's model, but it's a spec bump nonetheless. Along the sharper display, the Miix 320 will also come equipped with a USB Type-C port, 3.5-millimeter headphone jack, micro HDMI port, microSD card reader, 2 USB ports on the keyboard dock, front and bottom-firing speakers, and LTE connectivity support for an Internet connection while on the go.
All signs are pointing to the Miix 320 featuring a price tag of $220, but this will of course increase depending on which configuration you go with. Additional RAM and that LTE support will likely come at an added cost, but a $220 starting price would still make the Miix 320 cheaper than the 310's starting price tag of $300.