Window Mini 3G with 7.9″ screen gets a $147 price tag

One among the innumerable iPad mini alternatives from China, the Window Mini 3G is now official in China with a quad-core processor and a lucrative 898 Yuan ($147) price tag!

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Like most other low-cost devices originating from China, the Mini 3G too features a Mediatek chipset. In this case, it is the MT8389 board which is made especially for tablets, and is seen as the equivalent of the MT6589 used in mobile phones. The chipset also offers an on-board 3G WCDMA modem, allowing you to use your carriers data plan to access the web on-the-go. Other specifications of the Mini 3G include 1GB RAM, 16GB ROM, 5 mega-pixel rear and 0.3 mega-pixel cameras on the rear and front, and a 4,000mAh battery.

The tablet, priced 898 Yuan ($147) has an aluminium back and comes with Android v4.2.2 out of the box.

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