I’m not quite sure what’s going on here. Teclast doesn’t make it easy for non-owners — and those outside of China — to make sense of their forum posts about firmware. (Having to machine-translate into English adds to the misery.)
This one, via Google Translate, is titled: “[Original content] X98 Air 3G dedicated WIN8.1 Professional –1.3G Lite – has been activated, integrated A3 driver” — use Chrome or drop link into Bing Translator.
IMP3Net visited the offices of Vido and got a sneak peek of two tablets coming next month [Google Translate]:
And that’s all we know. If I could read Chinese, I’d be able to tell if these were Android or Windows tablets.
And why did he learn Chinese?
See it at the English-language Mi Forum.
The announcement originates from Facebook. Which is weird. Barra also has a Weibo account but there was no mention of this over there.
Just four days after notifying everyone that they selected one hundred “exclusive” people to get the new Android-Windows dual-system Teclast X98 Air 3G, Teclast announces this today via Weibo communiqué:
Charbax of ARMdevices.net gets it first again. A video of the new Pipo P1+, at his site or after the break.
Filed under Android, Video
No need for screensnaps this time. See it after the break.
Someone sent in their month-old Teclast X89HD for repair and it was returned with new damage [Google Translate]:
When a domestic tablet maker screws up like that, it usually creates a pile-on. This time too.