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]
Here’s a quick video with the 3dmark and Pcmark 7 scores, this is a request from a YT user to upload the scores. I did not bother recording the actual benchmarking as it’s to long and boring!
Onda refreshed the V919 9.7″ Air 3G, swapping the Allwinner 8 core ARM cpu and replaced it with a x86 Atom Z3637F. They also joined the latest trend, shipping it as a dual boot with both Android 4.4.4 and Windows 8.1 operating systems. So how does the system compare to other similar dual boot models already out like the Teclast X98 Air 3G, let’s find out. Hardware & build: The Onda...[Read More]
The Onda V919 Air 3G, is a dual boot iPad Air look-a-like with both Android and Windows 8.1 onboard. It uses the Insyde dual boot bios switching system.
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]