Aigo are growing in popularity in China and have a range of phones, smart watches, and tablets, the latest of which boasts an Intel chipset and MIUI ROM.
Aigo might not be as well-known as Cube, Ramos, or Pipo, but they are becoming popular in China for their good pricing and for the fact that their devices are available in a number of department stores and supermarkets across the country.
Their newest model is the Aigo X86, which costs just 999 Yuan in China, slightly less than the Nvidia Tegra K1 powered Xiaomi MiPad. 999 Yuan is a very competitive price for an Android tablet, and it is good to see that Aigo have managed to fill that price point to the brim with great hardware.
For example the 7.85-inch display has a resolution of 2048 x 1536, there is an Intel BayTrail quad-core processor, 2GB DDR3 RAM and even MIUI based on Android 4.4.4. Other details include a 5 mega-pixel rear camera, 2 mega-pixel front, 16GB internal memory and 4300mAh battery.
It’s not clear if Aigo have plans to launch the tablet outside of China, but it is likely that resellers will soon be stocking the device.