Xiaomi Mi Pad Review – Muscleman with stamina from China




The Mi Pad is just the first tablet of the Chinese Xiaomi, but can instantly keep up with the competition. Thanks to the fast hardware and the right screen is a nice tablet to use and good battery life ensures you can work for it on the charger again long. Unfortunately, the case feels very cheap to, he will get dirty and warm when you use the tablet intensive. Potential purchasers should also realize that the Mi Path not comes with Google applications, so that you will have to look up and install.

Fast hardware
Good battery life
Expandable memory


Gets hot
Cheap housing
No play store

Tweakers zegt: goed!

The vast majority of people buy their electronics at a Dutch web shop or physical store, and one of them will opt for a product of a large and well-known brand. Majority However, as we zoom out, we see that outside of the Netherlands is a range of brands from companies that also make great hardware, but where many people have never heard of. Want to buy one of those products, then you have extra to do your best: you are often allocated on Chinese online shops, you have to wait until the product arrives and with a little luck you still pay import tax.

Yet these products, mostly Chinese-made, quite popular among Tweakers because they are often much more attractive prices than the products you can buy here. In stores The topics for ‘exotic’ phones and tablets are therefore hard and our roundup of Chinese phones was read very well. A recent example of such a popular phone is the OnePlus One , and last year revealed the Mi-Two of Xiaomi also quite popular.

The same Xiaomi recently introduced its first tablet, the Mi Pad. It is a 7.9 “device with a resolution of 2048×1536 pixels – similar to the iPad mini Retina so – powered by Nvidia’s brand new Tegra K1-soc This features features an impressive GPU which is based on the same technology that Nvidia uses. for its desktop video cards. This makes the K1 on paper graphics computing monster. Nevertheless, the price is a little over 200 euros all the way along.

On the following pages you can read all about the brand new hardware, the casing and build quality, Xiaomi’s own software and of course the answer to the question whether you need to make if you choose such a tablet. Business In addition, we treat the Tegra K1 in a loose article in more detail. Our thanks go to Tweaker Kiswum those Mi Pad lent to us for this review.

Xiaomi Mi Pad


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