Reviews (8.2/10 Avg. rating)
Very, very impressive specs but still quite affordable
The Xiaomi Mi Pad succeeds at being the first interesting Android tablet to come along in a while now, mostly because of it’s combination of high-end specs and a very affordable price-tag. While Android on tablets isn’t as pleasant an experience as iOS on a new iPad, Xiaomi’s UI is nice enough, though most Android apps are still not really optimised for this resolution and aspect ratio.
But while that would make it hard to justify buying a really expensive Android tablet, like the Xperia Z4 tablet or the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2, the Xiaomi Mi Pad is priced so... Full review
The budget friendly (M)iPad
Unexpected Competition for the iPad mini
Once again, Xiaomi has delivered a product that isn't perfect, but offers absolutely terrific value for money. In doing so, the company has also once again displaced every competitor around it. One of the biggest problems with this tablet is that no 3G/LTE version is available, which for many people will be a dealbreaker. Even for a few thousand rupees more, a variant with cellular data would be very welcome in our market.
For what it is, the Xiaomi Mi Pad is still a fantastic bargain. It works well as a portable entertainment unit and it's unobtrusive enough that you could just... Full review
Performs speedily and good battery life
The Mi Pad is a power user’s dream. It performs speedily, offers good battery life and plenty of room for tweaks. It may have a plasticky build and is a little heavier than the iPad Mini, but these are small concessions for a device that costs only S$299.
What was disappointing, however, was Xiaomi’s unwillingness to step out of the shadow of Apple and into the limelight as a fast-rising giant.
Thankfully, Xiaomi’s newer crop of devices showed it is capable of churning out devices that are not complete carbon copies of its competitors. This is a respe... Full review
Excellent value for money
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