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Xiaomi Mi Pad Takes on iPad mini With Nvidia Tegra K1 CPU

16
May
2014

The iPad minis beautiful 7.9-inch silhouette is matched by few tablets, but Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi has replicated Apples design with its new Mi Pad. When it debuts in June, the $240 Mi Pad will cost slightly less than the iPad mini (starting at $299 for non-Retina) and will be the first device to carry Nvidias quad-core Tegra K1 processor. Early benchmarks for the K1 chip (on a Lenovo ThinkVision 28) show powerful graphics performance that blew away the competition, including Apples A7 (in the iPhone 5s) and Qualcomms Snapdragon 800 (in the Google Nexus 5).

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