I’ve had a good couple of weeks using the Onda V919 Air 3G Dual OS and have just finished up the review for this Chinese Air clone. Chek out the review here. It’s a solid tablet, just let down by a few points. Worth a read if you are looking for a retina display dual boot tablet.
I finally got the courage to walk into an Apple Store and pick up an iPad Air. It’s been a long time since I’ve had an Apple product, I like their hardware, but I HATE thier iTunes software, lack of drag and drop and I still remember how it missed up my music collection and lagged up my whole computer back when I had a iPhone 3G all those years ago. So I have it only for comparison pur...[Read More]
We now have the Onda V919 Air 3G and it’s under going it’s review process. Here is the unboxing video: So far the first impressions of the tablet are: It’s the closest Air clone to date in terms of looks No GPS is onboard Captive home button is a nice addition Lack of HDMI is puzzling, it should have it as the competitors do. Battery life is just O.K compared to other 9.7″ ...[Read More]
We now have PiPo W3F and the review is now online here: PiPo W3F Review Just a few months back PiPo launched theWork W3 with a 64GB eMMC drive, Full sized USB 3.0 port and an Atom Bay Trail z3775 processor, now PiPo have the cheaper version, ditching the 64GB eMMC and Z3775 CPU for a cheaper 32GB eMMC drive and the Z3735F (1.8Ghz) And it’s shipping for only $190 on Aliexpress and for $25 to ...[Read More]
Announced a few weeks back the Core M fanless Cube i7 was meant to be a super slim 5.8mm, but it seems now that it has released on it has fattened up to a larger 9.8mm according to the the specs of the system on the listing here. And at $680 (Cheapest I could find) It’s insanely over priced considering it has a mirco USB 3 port and no keyboard. Who in their right mind would risk getting one,...[Read More]
Everyone is jumping in on the dual boot band wagon, Chuwi have just announced that they plan to release the Chuwi Vi8 ias a dual boot model to. I recently reviewed this tablet myself here in this original Windows 8.1 config. Well dual is all fine and dandy, the limits this puts on the storage capacity isn’t. Personally, dual boot tablets need a bare minimum of 64GB.
Just got our hands on the new Teclast X10HD to put it through its paces and review. Just uploaded a quick unboxing and hands on video for those interested in this unit. First impressions: Play store is broken out of the box. Good build quality, no sharp edges. Matt metal backing plate Screen is a Panasonic IPS 2560 x 1600 that is sharp and bright. Good color reproduction. Not 3d freezing issues s...[Read More]
Our review Chuwi Vi8 has just arrived in today. Fresh of the DHL van comes our quick unboxing video. The Chuwi Vi8 is one of those tablets setting a new price point at $99 USD. The difference being it has the same spec of a Dell Venue 8 Pro. An Atom Bay Trail @ 1.83 Ghz, 2GB 1333Mhz ram, a 32GB eMMC flash drive and a 1280 x 800 IPS screen, mircosd slot and all in a shell that even looks similar to...[Read More]
These photos just recently surfaced of the Teclast X10HD’s original clip on dock keyboard. As you can see it’s a little different from the photos first released from Teclast.Or should I say the photoshop photos showing it with two mouse buttons and the touchpad. The keyboard is a Surface style one that clips into the X10HD magnetically and is selling for around $49. That plus the $300 ...[Read More]
This system was only releaed about a week ago in China, here is a quick user report from weibo.com by user liagnchen. He has posted a few photos of the unit in action. If you can make out the translation it would seem there is no OTG? Hard to believe or there is no OTG cable supplied? And the camera’s are poor. What did he expect from a 0.3 megapixel front camera and 2mp rear? Remember this ...[Read More]
Recently, Teclast have acknowledged the Play Store issue that is currently plauging all shipped Air 3G Android units and all Roms available for download. However there is a fix on XDA and Teclast themselves point customers there in the meantime while their tech’s work on a fix. Since Google Play is blocked in China, Teclast last didn’t know about the issue. No excuse really, They shoul...[Read More]