Windows version of the Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 goes on sale

Windows version of the Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 goes on sale

xiaomi mi pad 2 windows 10

For those of you waiting for a Xiaomi laptop then you now have a chance to own one (sort of) with the release of the Windows 10 version of the Mi Pad 2.

Last year Xiaomi unveiled the 2nd generation Xiaomi Mi Pad with Android and promised that the tablet would also be able to run Windows 10 (although not in a dual-boot fashion).

Today the Window’s 10 version of the tablet has been announced in China with a retail price of 1299 Yuan.

The Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 runs it’s operating system on an Intel Atom X5-Z8500 quad-core chipset and 2GB RAM across a 7.9-inch 2048 x 1536 resolution display. The tablet has options for either 16GB or 64GB internal memory (although the Window’s version only has the 64GB option).

xiaomi mi pad 2 windows 10

Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 prices in China start at 999 Yuan for the 16GB version rising to 1299 Yuan for either the Windows 10 or Android model with 64GB memory. The table will begin shipping on the 26th January.

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  • yalok

    Xiaomi, please make one with at least 4 gb ram and 10″ 16:10 display.

    • Tajwar

      And +Dual-boot + expandable storage wouldn’t be bad

    • Tajwar

      Maybe in a Mipad 2 Pro?

    • Karly Johnston

      Must have 4/64GB.

  • pa5t1s

    Any link to (safe) online vendors?

  • Bacillus Bulgaricus

    I’m glad I didn’t make the mistake to order it. It doesn’t have a GPS – a fact that I’ve found out accidentally. They never mention in the specs something that is a standard but is missing. Mobile device without a GPS – ridiculous! It would be good only for a home toy.

    • balcobomber25

      I guess it depends on your individual use. i bring my tablet everywhere I go, never really have a need for GPS.

    • Akimitsui

      Unless you need a standalone tablet at all times in your car or something… why would you need GPS in your tablet? Phones have GPS in them already…

      • Bacillus Bulgaricus

        I wanted it for development and testing purposes and obtaining location is quite important in our case.

  • Shikhar

    The website still shows that it’s out of stock

  • Xalis

    Not worth it, way too overpriced.

    • balcobomber25

      $200 is overpriced for a Xiaomi tablet?

  • Adam Irvine

    Can the USB C port on this do all the usual expected functions i.e. HDMI out etc…

    Or has it just been wired for data transfer and charging???

  • Antonie

    If the 64GB version can re-flashed with Android CyanogenMod then it is perfect.
    Hopefully those online reseller shop don’t jack off the price too much.

    I know reseller need to earn profit, but increase the price by 200% is just too damn greedy. The reason why we buy Xiaomi because it is cheap, those online resellers always increase the price very high then it become so expensive, like that then no point buying Xiaomi, might as well buy other reputable brand LOL.

  • gappler

    What can we expect for battery life here? and is there an sd card slot? May be a decent upgrade from my gen1 dell venue 8 pro.

  • Topaz

    Link to product at a good price, can someone come in handy