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More About The Teclast Dual-Boot X98 Tablets

IMP3Net has the longest coverage [Google Translate]. Most of it reiterates what Teclast sent out over Weibo.

ZOL has shorter coverage [Google Translate].

PadNews doesn’t even try [Google Translate].

Teclast lists the dual-system X98 Air II at their site. At post time, the specs (second tab) were incorrect, displaying those of the new T98 4G tablet.

After the break, the key Weibos in which Teclast explains the dual-system tablets.

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Teclast X98 Air 3G Battery Meter Issue

I’m not surprised that the battery meter doesn’t work properly. This is something I’ve seen reported with many tablets out of China, both Android and Windows.

See the video after the break.

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Teclast Makes Windows 8.1/Android Dual-Boot Tablets Official

Teclast’s big announcement today was to make official that it will offer Windows 8.1/Android Dual-Boot versions of its X98 Air 3G and X98 Air II tablets.

Screensnaps from their official promo video:


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Android-Based Teclast X98 Air II Gets A Review


Over at ZOL [Google Translate].

There are no surprises, so I’m not even going to reproduce any of the benchmarks. See them at the review.

Previously here:

Three Videos: Teclast X98 Air II Windows 8.1 Version
Windows-Based Teclast X98 Air II Gets A Review
Teclast X98 Air II: Firmware Update
Teclast X98 Air II Gets A Review
Teclast X98 Air II: Windows 8.1 Firmware
Teclast X98 Air II Gets Bad Report
Surprise! Teclast X98 Air II


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Xiaomi’s Big Announcement Today Was …



another damn power bank!

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Onda Teases V919, IMP3Net Reveals It



That’s all Onda showed.

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Spies Everywhere

Regin: Top-tier espionage tool enables stealthy surveillance

This all reminds me of that scene in Batman:


SPARKS FLY. A SAFECRACKER, in welder’s mask, trains a
blowtorch on the office safe. Behind him, Jack’s HOODS
are at work on the filing cabinets. Jack stands watch-
ing, squinting through the fumes. He holds a silk
handkerchief over his nose and mouth.

The SAFECRACKER kills his blowtorch and opens the metal
door of the safe, giving Jack a good look inside:


JACK shakes his head: they’ve been set up. A SIREN
blares outside.

We’ve been ratted out here, boys.

I really wonder about China-made tech now too …

… anything lurking in those phones and tablets that their makers don’t know about?

Previously here:

Who’s Watching The Watchers Watching Us?
“Buy From Our Store. We’re NSA-FREE!”

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First Video: Best Buy Insignia Flex US$99 Windows 8.1 Tablet


Two days before I found it at Best Buy (an American physical store), someone posted a video of it to YouTube having seen it only on their website.

See the video after the break.

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Teclast X89: 1.33GHz Speed?

I was reading some of the Tmall reviews of the upgraded Teclast X89 (formerly the X89HD), and more than one customer remarked that the base speed of the CPU isn’t the touted 2.16GHz but a measly 1.33GHz. One person included a photo as proof:


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