Meizu launched ‘Mbook’ the iPad clone

Having developed an iPhone clone, the M8, despite some appearances on a hectic show in Europe has never really gone beyond the borders of his native China Meizu announced its intention to invest the ground tablets tactile. His first such model, called mbook, positions itself as a competitor no surprise to Apple iPad, which it also borrows shamelessly certain aesthetic beauty.

Meizu Mbook


For now, Meizu shows little verbose in information. The manufacturer says that its still mbook will carry a modified version of Android and will be armed with a processor running at 1.5GHz. With a 8.4 inch screen displaying 1024 x 768 pixels, it can handle high-definition video and would have an HDMI output. Finally, we would have WiFi, Bluetooth and 3G, with a range of at least twelve hours.

In short, a more than credible alternative to the iPad in terms of technical characteristics, which remains to be confirmed. The promise of the Chinese Meizu are indeed not always translated into action …

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