Xiaomi recently unveiled its new tablet the Mi Pad 2, a 7.9-inch tablet that looks like an iPad mini, but can run Windows 10 as well as Android.
This newly revealed tablet has a metal body which makes it much lighter and thinner than its predecessor, the plastic-body Mi Pad. It comes with 2GB of RAM, 16GB or 64GB of internal storage, a reversible USB Type-C port, 2048 x 1536 resolution screen and is powered by a 64-bit Intel Atom X5-Z8500.
The 16GB Mi Pad 2 will be available in China from November 27th for RMB 999 ($156) while the 64GB version will cost you around RMB 1299 ($200). The Windows 10 version of the device, however, will only be available with 64GB of storage and will be available in late December for RMB 1299.
For a device that is starting at $156, the Mi pad 2 is loaded with great specifications. The only disappointment is that the tab will not dual-boot Windows 10 and Android and the user will have to choose either Android or Windows.
Even though this Chinese company is gradually expanding it business beyond Asia and has officially launched its products in countries like Brazil, the company doesn’t seem very keen on launching its products in the Western markets anytime soon. One can however get their hands on the Mi Pad 2 through online shopping platforms but do make sure the products offered come from a genuine and reliable source.
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