IFA 2015 tends to be the kind of event where the biggest manufacturers get to strut their stuff and get all the media air time, but we’re taking a break from that to cover the Hisense Magic Mirror which was announced this past week at IFA 2015. Hisense isn’t the biggest manufacturer around, at least in smart devices, but their latest tablet, the Magic Mirror, definitely deserves some attention because of those bezels. Yes, Hisense appears to have opted for the new trend to reduce the bezel width along the top and side edges as much as possible with the only obvious bezel along the bottom edge, no doubt to accommodate capacitive keys.

The Magic Mirror has a 8.4-inch 2560×1200 resolution display powered by a Rockchip RK3288 processor and 2GB RAM – not the most impressive around, but likely enough if you’re using the Magic Mirror for watching media, which you probably want to as the device has a Dolby Audio system, with dual speaker grilles on the back. The Magic Mirror also runs Android Lollipop which Hisense says is only lightly themed. From the online retailer JingDong, the device can already be bought for ¥1,799 or around $280 USD.

What do you think about the Hisense Magic Mirror? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

Source: JingDong via TalkAndroid

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