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Livefan S1 13.3″ Core M, 8GB Notebook Unboxing And First Impressions

The S1 has now been fully reviewed, you’ll find the Livefan S1 review here. Livefan, a brand you probably haven’t heard of (I hadn’t until a forum user pointed it out) has an interesting notebook. The S1, it’s powered by a Core M-5Y10, 8GB of dual channel DDR3 RAM, has a 13.3″ 2650 x 1440 anti-glare matte coated display, Wireless AC and user accessible M.2 SSD bay. Yo...[Read More]

Cube i7 Stylus on sale today and sold out already

Yes, it was just listed on sale today on JD.com and it sold out within hours. My bet is it was the Ali Express sellers and online retailers buying them all up to sell with huge mark ups. According to Cube the i7 Stylus, without the keyboard or Wacom pen, should retail for $299… Not a bad price for a Core M. Of course that’s the price in China, so it’s normal its going to sell for...[Read More]

Cube i7 Stylus Launched, 10.6 Inch Wacom Stylus Enabled

Cube today have announced a new i7 model, the Cube i7 Stylus. As the name suggests it’s a stylus tablet, packing digital Wacom stylus support in the 1080p 16:9 screen. The screen is smaller than the 11.6″ i7 at 10.6″ inches, but retains other specs from the i7, including the Intel 5Y10 Core M, 4GB of dual channel 1600Mhz ram and 64GB SSD. Wireless N, 4G and microusb connectivity ...[Read More]

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]

First Teclast X1 Pro 4G Hands on Photos and Impressions

I’ve been hunting around on the Teclast forums for some hands on first impressions and photos of the just released Teclast X1 Pro 4G Core M. It started shipping out to customers in China just a day or two ago. Here are the first user photos that were uploaded I could find. So far the first impressions of the X1 Pro 4G are a mixed bag. Some are claiming it’s to heavy, 1.01 kilos in one ...[Read More]

Cube i7 Core M unboxing and first impressions

Our Cube i7 arrived from China and will go through all the usual benchmarks and gaming tests. The unboxing video is below. This is the cheaper $399 special offer priced 64GB version. Our unit came with Windows 8.1 Pro, but you can get it with Ubuntu if you want. I ordered the keyboard dock which was an additional $65, but well worth it. My first impressions are over all very positive. This is the ...[Read More]

Teclast X1 Pro 4G Internals Reveal Replaceable SSD & Modem

An official press photo of the internals of the Telast X1 Pro 4G reveals the Core M 5Y10C’s heat spreader, motherboard and various other components inside this 12.2 inch Surface Pro 3 clone. Judging by the look of it mSata or M.2 slots in the tablet, both the modem and the 128GB are replaceable and upgradable if you wanted to swap the 128gb drive out for a larger 256GB or 512GB one. Opening ...[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]

Teclast X1 Pro 4G 12.2″ Core M tablet announced today

Teclast today announced the high spec Core m powered X1 Pro 4G. It’s a 12.2 inch tablet with some very decent specs for a core m tablet. 4GB of ram and a 5y10C Core m that can clock up to 2.0Ghz. A proper sata 3 ssd that can read up to 600mbs. A decent sized 11000mAH battery, two full sized usb 3.0 ports. A mini hdmi. And 4G sim card support (Which might only work in China?) It has a detacha...[Read More]

Another new Core M Tablet from China: Vido W11X 11.6″

Vido have just recently announced they will be releasing a Core M 5Y10C powered 11.6″ tablet, it’going to have a range of ports, including 2 x USB 3.0 ports which is great. 4GB of ram and a 128GB SSD. Wifi, HDMI out, a MicroSD card slot and well as BT 4.0. It’s also got a Venue 11 Pro looking keyboard / cover case. Don’t get too excited, there is a pathetic screen resolutio...[Read More]

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