Details on Meizu Mbook, the Chinese company’s iPad clone, have surfaced, thanks to the company’s CEO, Jack Wong. Apparently the device will be slightly smaller at 8.4-inches, but will have a longer lasting battery, rated at 12-hours. The display will be a 1024 x 768 pixel one, though the device is apparently good enough to output 1080p video via a HDMI cable. Other features include the capacitive touchscreen, 1.5GHz processor, 3G, GPS and are expected to be powered by a version of Google’s Android OS. Of course, the iPad’s (and iPhone’s) success isn’t just due to it’s hardware, so let’s see how Meizu plans to tweak the Android OS and make it stand out. There isn’t an exact shipping date on the Mbook just yet, but let’s not hope it doesn’t get pushed back all the time, like the M8.
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