Xiaomi Mipad benchmarks see almost 40,000 points

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Xiaomi’s first tablet, and the worlds first Nvidia Tegra K1 tablet, has already sold out in China and benchmarks from the device are being published.

The Xiaomi Mipad, for those of you unfamiliar with the device, is a 7.9-inch Android tablet which runs Xiaomi’s own MIUI custom OS based on Android 4.4 Kitkat. The MiPad has a retina display, 2GB RAM, and a powerful Nvidia Tegra K1 processor.

Chinese owners have already started to posted their Antutu benchmarks and it’s of no surprise that they are way up there. As the screenshot shows, the Mipad scored 39.798 in Antutu! That’s more than the Galaxy Note 3!

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Of course a benchmark doesn’t paint a full picture, but at lease we know the Xiaomi MiPad is a powerful Android tablet. The problem now is how do fans of this product get their hands on the Xiaomi MiPad? The device is only offiically available in China and has already sold 50,000 units in just a few minutes! How do you plan to get the MiPad?

We hope to receive a review unit soon so keep posted.

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  1. hartec
    July 3, 2014

    almost A80T result =)

  2. highwind
    July 3, 2014

    since when does gizchina cover tablet news?… oh right, i forgot, it is from xiaomi…

      • highwind
        July 3, 2014

        well, no offense but that is not what one would call “News” but “Advertising”

        • Andy Midd
          July 3, 2014

          Would it be your preference to have some kind of news blackout on all things Xiaomi? A strange comment really.

        • PresidentPutin
          July 4, 2014

          I am planning to buy this tablet.
          I come to Gizchina to read news or articles about this.

          What is your problem? Do you want an invite to тюрьма

        • Sere83
          July 4, 2014

          You smoking something? The site covers chinese tech with a focus on phones, but also posts about tablets too from time to time. How is informing people about a new product with an impressive benchmark score advertising? its called NEWS

    • Michael Strauss
      July 3, 2014

      What other sites are out there which cover table news? Can you tell us please?