|Xiaomi Launched Mi Pad, Tablet With High-end Specs For Just Php10,500|
Xiaomi unveiled in Beijing their first ever tablet - the Mi Pad. As expected, the prices are very affordable - 1499 yuan for the 16GB version or about 10,500 pesos when converted to local currency while you need to shell out 200 yuan more for the 64GB version.
We all know that for Xiaomi low cost means great product and that remains true with the Mi Pad. It sports a 7.9-inch IPS touchscreen display with 2048x1536 resolution (4:3 aspect ratio) which translate to 326 ppi.
Underneath the device is the newest Nvidia Tegra K1 processor with 2.2GHz Penta core (4+1) CPU and 192-core Kepler GPU. There is 2GB of RAM to handle multitasking operation. In Antutu benchmark, it has one of the highest, if not the highest score of 41801.
Both variants have expandable memory up to 128GB, 6700mAh battery, 8MP main camera and 5MP secondary camera. There is no 3G/LTE on board which means your internet connectivity would be via the WiFi 802.11ac.
No mention yet about its availability, hopefully they will bring it locally when Mi store arrives in the country.