We’re seen iPad Mini clones before, but this is the first time that official Intel technology is used on one of them. The new product is dubbed Teclast P89 Mini and it’s a tablet pictured below, that has recently been subjected to some benchmarks.


The P89 Mini features an Intel Atom processor and it will be introduced soon on the Chinese market. It appears that the newcomer is able to score a huge 30k points in AnTuTu, which is a feat that not even some of the best handsets out there can brag about. Of course one should be wary of benchmark fakes, since in July the Intel Atom Z2580 AnTuTu score dropped 20% after revisions.


There’s also a speculation that we may get to see full Windows 8 on this tablet instead of Android, especially if the guys of XDA Developers work something out. Imagine the potential of the Teclast P89 Mini in this case and the fact that it would single handedly sabotage the Surface Mini…