Apple might be gearing up to launch the iPad mini 2 with rumoured quad-core processor and higher price tag, but we don’t need it as the Cube U35GT gives us similar styling, quad-core power, and the flexibility of Android at an affordable price right now!
Chinese tablet maker Cube produce some of the nicest Retina display Android tablets currently on the market, but not everyone is interested in buying a 9.7+ -inch tablet and lugging it about on their travels, so Cube have launched the 7.85-inch Cube U35GT mini tablet.
Cube have decided to go down the “if it isn’t broke don’t fix it” route to designing the U35GT and have stuck to an iPad mini style body with alloy rear case, but have removed the physical home button and added expansion ports for an SD card reader, Micro USB, and mini HDMI.
A front facing camera is included, but no rear, which personally suits us better as our current phone cameras are better than a tablet for taking photos anyway. Under the 202 x 135 x 8mm exterior is a 4000mAh battery (good for up to 6 hours use), 16GB ROM, 1GB RAM and a 1.6Ghz quad-core Rockchip RK3188 CPU!
The Cube U35GT is on sale now for $189.98 though online reseller Lightake.com.