Seeing as we were pretty much bang on with our iPhone 53D render, we've put the TechRadar video team to work on an iPad Mini imagining.
We've had a look at the huge swathe of rumours surrounding a likely trimmed-down version of Apple's popular iPad, and put the most talked about suggestions together to give you an idea of what the pint-sized slate could look like.
Obviously the key factor with the iPad Mini is screen size, and the majority of leaks seem to suggest it will sport a 7.85-inch display; however it may not offer the snazzy Retina Display we've come accustomed to on the iPhone 5 and new iPad.
Honey I shrunk the iPad
The smaller screen will, in turn, make for a smaller body, meaning you'll easily be able to hold the iPad Mini with one hand, and if reports are to be believed it will clock in at a wafer thin 7.2mm.
It's likely to sport the same A5 processor housed in the new iPad, as Apple is probably holding back the A6 for its next big incarnation, the iPad 4.
Front and rear cameras could also feature on the tiny tablet, and if the iPad Mini does become a reality we can be sure that it will be the second device to sport Apple's next, smaller lightning dock connector, while running the latest version of Apple's mobile software, iOS 6.
Apple is yet to confirm or deny whether it is planning to produce a smaller version of the popular iPad, but rumours suggest that we'll see the iPad Mini launch on October 23, while others say it will be available for around £200 (around $320/AU$310) - we'll have to wait an see.
So without further ado, here's TechRadar's take on what the iPad Mini may look like. Enjoy!