Few days back, Xiaomi announced their first tablet in the name of Mi Pad. The Xiaomi tablet sports a 7.9” display with 2048×1536 pixel resolution which is equal to the standards of iPad mini and Retina Display. At its heart lies the Nvidia Tegra K1 processor consisting of 4-plus-1 ARM Cortex A15 processor clocked at 2.2GHz with a 192 Cores Kepler CPU support.

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Xiaomi claims that the Tegra processor offers 230% more graphic performance than Apple’s A7 chip. In addition, the device has 2GB of RAM, with a choice of 16 and 64GB of internal storage. There is an additional 128GB of memory expansion provision via microSD card.

At its back lies a 8MP camera while its front hosts a 5MP. Both these cameras are powerful enough and host a f/2.0 aperture which enhances low light photography. The tablets comes with a great battery capacity of 6,700 mAh. The tablet measures 8.5mm in thickness and 360 grams in weight. The device comes in several color options.

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The major reason for Android tablet not gaining much popularity is its lack of apps. Xiaomi with its Mi Pad offers 100 high quality apps with 400 games to unleash the power of its processor on a high resolution screen.

The 16Gb variant is priced for 1,499 Yuan (about RM776) while the 64GB variant comes at 1,699 Yuan (about RM880). Take a look at the video below.