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Onda V919 3G Core M coming 1st of August

The Core M version of Onda’s V919 Air 3G has now been listed (early) on JD.com Specs: 5Y10 Core M up to 2.0Ghz, 4GB of Ram, 64GB SSD, 3G and of course that iPad retina 4:3 display. All good, until I read 8000mAH battery and saw it’s a using USB 2. What I can’t make out is why are they only using a microusb 2.0 port and not at least mircousb 3.0 which the Core M supports? A 8000mA...[Read More]

Giant 13.1 inch screen Onda Tablet Launched

Onda today has launched a new massive 13.1 inch tablet, that has it’s own docking keyboard with USB ports in the keyboard. No further details from Onda others than these pictures….Looks like a super large iPad with a keyboard. Safe to say, I will not be following this tablet and it must have unconfirmed specs and OS which is why we have no further info? Source

Onda Core M iPad Clone v919 showing at Computex

Onda is at the Computex 2015 trade show in Taiwan and they are apparently showing the Onda V919 Core M iPad clone according to this Weibo post. But unfortunately, no images or further info, I’m crawling the web looking for any images or info and draw blanks here. Be interesting it see if it’s going to be thicker than the V919 Bay Trail model or use the same chassis (I hope not) If and ...[Read More]

Cube i7 Vs Onda v116w Core M – Pros and Cons

Two Chinese Core M 5Y10 powered tablet’s head to head, but which one is better? I go over the pro’s and con’s in this video below. Reasons to buy the Onda v11w Core M over the Cube i7: Better port placement Two full sized USB ports, one is USB 3.0 USB 3.0 port works at USB 3 speeds Cheaper than the Cube i7 Touchpad on the keyboard case is better Reasons to buy the Cube i7 over th...[Read More]

Onda v116w Core M Review Now Online

The Onda v116w Core M review is now online. I’ve been using the Onda now for almost two weeks and can conclude that it’s a good system. Far from perfect due to it’s keyboard dock being of poor quality. For in depth details please see the full review here: http://techtablets.com/onda-v116w-core-m/review/

Onda v116w Core M unboxing and hands on impressions

The Onda v116w Core M has arrived on my door step, 3 days from China via DHL. Super fast. So here is the unboxing video. And so far my first impressions are overall positive. The Good: Two full sized USB ports, the left one is USB 3.0 and working at full USB 3 speeds (Unlike my Cube i7) Port placement is good Over all build is okay 109GB free on the 128GB BIWIN sata3 ssd dive 450mbs read / 150 wri...[Read More]

First Onda v116w Core M Review / Hands on

Update: Our full Onda v116w Core M review can be found here: http://techtablets.com/onda-v116w-core-m/review/ The first review of the Onda v116w Core M has surfaced, there are some benchmarks, opinions on the keyboard case, battery life, screen and heat. It’s to be taken with a pinch of salt however as this is the official Onda forum and it could be a fake review, which is common in China. O...[Read More]

Onda V116w Core M and v919 Core M annoucment

Onda kicked off a press event today and posted quite a bit on their new Core M 5Y10 powered tablet on Weibo. It’s called the Onda V116w Core M, luckly it’s not the same v116w just with a Core M I reviewed a couple of months back. Like the Cube i7, Pipo W8, Teclast X1 Pro 4G and many others to follow it’s got a 2.0Ghz Core M, 4GB’s of RAM, 64GB or 128GB sata3 ssd. But the mo...[Read More]

Onda V116W Core M coming very soon

Onda have been busy on their Weibo (China’s twitter equivalent) posting new details on the Core M 5Y10 based Onda v116w to be released soon. Not to be confused with the Onda v116w I reviewed here. This updated version, dudded the Onda V116w Core M has a full laminated 1920 x 1080p IPS panel. Yes, finally the Chinese tech firms are moving towards laminated displays, it’s about damn time...[Read More]

Onda Releases the Onda V919 4G Air, Available today

Onda have just released the V919 4G Air, it’s similar the the V919 3G with the same MediaTek MY8752 1.7 Ghz Octa core CPU, 2GB and 4:3 2048 x 1536 iPad Air retina screen. The standard 2MP front camera with 5MP auto focus rear camera. The battery and storage options remain the same to, 7500mAH battery with 32GB or 16GB of storage. Looks like it’s Onda’s answer to the Teclast P98 4...[Read More]

Onda: No real dual boot breakthrough

Onda’s so called dual boot breakthrough “Surprise surprise” is really nothing but some fake sped up boot switching video and a new firmware that allows each OS to access the other. Nothing I would consider breakthrough, just a bunch of marketing hype. The new firmware files are here if your interested: http://onda.cn/Tablet/ProductInfo.aspx?ProductId=361 And the better and faster...[Read More]

Onda v116w 3G Dual Boot gets the review treatment

The Onda v116w Dual Boot review is now up here: http://techtablets.com/onda-v116w/review/ it’s worth a look if you’re considering a larger tablet with a full sized usb port. Next up for review will be the Cube i6 Dual boot. It’s due in via DHL this week and it will be the first Cube tablet for me, I’ve heard a lot of good about Cube when it comes to their build quality. So ...[Read More]

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