Selling at £139, it's certainly a versatile little product. It will play your music and video, features a 'full-featured web browser' that, unlike the iPhone, will play flash content and a 1.2mega pixel camera for shooting pictures and video.
Running Windows CE operating system, there's support for programs such as Microsoft Word, while the built-in Wi-Fi has MSN messenger support and allows you to message other Mintpad users within 30 metres.
There's a microSD card slot that will allow you to have memory up to 16GB, on top of the standard 4GB memory, and the device claims a decent battery life of 30 hours for audio, 6 hours for video.
The Mintpass Mintpad is on sale now for £139 (opens in new tab).