Onda v919 benchmark scores

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    Chris G
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    Here are the benchmark scores for the Onda V919 Air 3G: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sl8pQJYSN7g
    Just a little better than the Teclast X98 Air 3G dual boot.

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    #4275
    Ritzie
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    Hi Chris,

    Which heats up faster and hotter – Onda V919 or Teclast X98?
    Does heating slows down the performance of both?

    Let us know 😀

    #4277
    Chris G
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    Hi I did a quick test with one 3dmark run, the Onda v919 54 degrees and the Teclast X98 Air 3G got 52 degrees after one run. So both very similar, if you game on it and work it hard enough it will throttle and slow a bit.

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    #4396
    Ritzie
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    I hate throttling and I’m quite a heavy multitasker so I decided to separate my Frostwire functions to another tablet (perhaps another Teclast) vs my Media and Social Networking functions.
    As for work, I guess I have to separate it with another tab or merge it with my Media tablet…

    Oh well….. I just need advice on what can I do to maximize my productivity without too much expenses.
    Are chinese tablets the way to go?
    What do you think?

    #4401
    Chris G
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    Price wise you can’t beat the Chinese tablets, the limiting factor is the 2GB ram for muli-tasking although Windows 8.1 does handle it well.If you want a really productive machine, I recommend the PiPo W3F, I just got it today and I’m impressed. Full usb 2.0 port and keyboard dock. It’s a good machine to get some work done. In fact I wrote this on the unit.

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    #4445
    Ritzie
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    Thanks for the advise 😀
    Im now looking into that unit 😀

    #4786
    Chris G
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    Did you get a W3F in the end?

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