The Xiaomi Mi Pad tablet is a Tegra K1 device with a format that resembles the iPad Mini and while we’ve seen this product torn down and analyzed a bunch of times so far, today it’s time to check out its package. Below you can watch the unboxing of the famous device, that stands out through a nifty bunch of specs and good price.
Inside the box we find a small metal key that allows you to remove the tablet’s card slot, plus the usual charger and USB cable. The design has been very well described as a cross between the iPhone 5c and iPad Mini. The back is all glossy plastic and the physical keys resemble the iPhone 5c’s indeed. There’s also an AnTuTu test performed, showing us a very good result: 38280 points, dangerously close to the 40k mark, that has recently been beaten by a few slates in China.
The OS here is Android 4.4.2 with MIUI 4.6 on top. Price starts at $240 and the Xiaomi Mi Pad is expected to be a hot seller in the next few months, especially once the product starts to arrive on other continents and in other countries.