Prices and configurations for Apple's iPad mini have reportedly been revealed in an inventory screenshot posted by the German tech blog MobileGeeks.
The leaked screenshot, allegedly taken from the internal inventory system of Media Market, Europe's largest electronics retailer, reveals that the iPad mini will come in eight different models.
The inventory list suggests 8, 16, 32, and 64 GB minis with Wi-Fi, and an alternate model in each size with an added integrated radio for an extra $120 (£75).
The most premium model will reportedly be a 64GB mini with data capability - retailing for $840 (£525). The cheapest model will include 8GB and no radio and will apparently cost $320 (£200).
The leaked wireless configurations may dispute what tech experts predicted all along - that the iPad mini will lack 3G and 4G connectivity. Instead, the tablet will come in a Wi-Fi only version, as well as with an option for 'cellular' capabilities which will presumably be 4G.
The supposed specs for the iPad mini include a 7.85in LCD screen and a Lightning connector. It's expected to be thinner than the existing iPad.
After weeks of rumours, there is strong speculation that the iPad mini will debut at an invitation-only launch on 23 October.