Trying to keep the ball rolling, I currently have the Teclast X80h Dual Boot, which I have already filmed a few hands on videos of. It’s been out for a while, but the dual boot version is quite new, similar to the Chuwi Vi8, with the same IPS panel, but in white. And the Onda v116w, it’s a 11.6 inch tablet, 1080p screen also a dual boot and it has a full sized usb 2.0 port. If you’re following my youtube channel I have a few videos of this one up now. It’s similar to the Onda v102 or the PiPo W3.
Thought I would mention that I like to have a good amount of hands on time with the tablets I get in order to get a good feel of their capabilities and also expose any issues which I feel is important, so my reviews are’t the quickest. At least I haven’t formed an opinion of XYZ tablet in only a few hours like some reviews.
And to add that I pay for my tablets, they are not sent to me for free and I’m in no way affiliated with these brands.
I have also been asked to review the Cube i6, which finally comes with WIndows 8.1 in a dual boot flavour. I wasn’t interesting in the Android only one, due to no HDMI port and Android only. I have heard Cube has one of the best build qualities around when it comes to Chinese tablets so keen to see in person how they compare to the Onda and Teclast offerings.
Stay tuned for more and don’t forget to keep an eye on my YouTube account for more update reviews on Chinese tablets.