Xiaomi MiPad Transformers Special Edition — this Decepticon will almost fool you into thinking it's an actual tablet5
Of course, it's not a functional tablet, but it does look rather convincing, especially when viewed from the back. The toy is allegedly planned as a celebration for Xiaomi's 6th birthday, yet reports say it's still going to be a crowd-funded product — maybe it's just “pre-order” lost in translation? In any case, it is said that customers will be able to put money down for their own Mi Pad Decepticon starting April 6th, each unit costing about $20, and shipments would begin on May the 13th.
Could this be an April fool's that just now reaches our ears? Probably not — we'd wager that if it was, more care would've been put into making the Transformer Mi Pad look like an actual, functioning tablet. However, we have little hope for the toy reaching Western markets – at least through official channels. 3rd party resellers, however, may stock a few units.