Xiaomi’s first tablet offers powerful gaming on the cheap (video)

Just over two years ago, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun told this author that he wasn’t sure about making a tablet, but today he confessed that he’s been quietly developing one this whole time. What we have here is the conveniently named Mi Pad, which was just unveiled in Beijing with super attractive price points: CN¥1,499 (about $240) for the 16GB version, and CN¥1,699 (about $270) for the 64GB flavor. To be honest, we saw this coming when MIUI was released for the Nexus 7 back in March, but what surprised us was that this new slate happens to be the first to feature the powerful Tegra K1 SoC. This follows Xiaomi and NVIDIA’s earlier collaboration on the Tegra 4 variant of the MI3 smartphone. %Gallery-slideshow193481% %Gallery-slideshow193508%

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By | 2014-05-15T09:00:02+00:00 May 15th, 2014|Android Related|0 Comments

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