It’s amazing. Go here.
From the Archos PDF press release:
ARCHOS 80 Cesium Tablet – ARCHOS 80 Cesium, the ideal Windows 8.1 tablet, showcases an 8-inch IPS screen with 1280×800 resolution and is run by an Intel Quad Core processor. Available in October for only $149, ARCHOS 80 Cesium perfectly blends quality and affordability, and replicates the user experience of your desktop on the go.
Archos has a new sleek website but hasn’t listed its new IFA devices yet.
At just US$149, I have to think the 80 Cesium is a “1/16″ tablet.
If it ever arrives in America, at that price it’ll shake things up.
Sticky post. Scroll down one for new posts.
1st – Ramos tablets announcement
2nd – Meizu tablet announcement
3rd – Samsung Galaxy Note 4 announcement
5th-10th – IFA trade show (various)
9th – Apple announcement
Will add others as needed.
Yesky: Chuwi VX8 3G [Google Translate]. This suspiciously reads like it was done by a marketing person.
Yesky: Pipo W2 [Google Translate].
PC Online: Pipo W2 [Google Translate].
Chuwi VX8 3G Shown Doing Windows 8.1
Chuwi Touts GPS Of VX8 3G
Chuwi VX8 3G: Windows 8.1 Edition
Chuwi Announces It Will Offer Windows 8.1 Tablets Too
Chuwi VX8 3G: Intel Inside, Samsung Outside
Pipo Work-W2 Unboxed, Benchmarked
Pipo Work-W2 “2/32″ Windows 8.1 Tablet Released
Pipo W2 Tablet Goes On Pre-Sale
Pipo Announces Windows Tablet, Rewrites Entire Market
Ever since Smartisan announced its T1 phone, a controversy has exploded.
I haven’t been reading about any of it but I can’t help but catch glimpses of the ongoing war as I hop from one Chinese tech site to another.
This has gotten very ugly, with war even breaking out on Weibo. One guy, yesterday, ended his anti-Smartisan CEO Weibo with, “I despise you!” That’s how bad it’s become.
Google Translate renders this into gibberish, but I’m still plopping it in here because I might need to return to it at a future date [Google Translate].
In a Weibo communiqué, AnTuTu Labs announces the release of version 5:
Thanks to zs in Comments for pointing to a post that forensically analyzes the Onda V989 and reveals how it gets its incredible — and fraudulent — AnTuTu score [Google Translate].
So after the root, began to run antutu future use
setprop sys.quickmode 0
Forced to make it valid, a miracle happened
antutu 4.5.2 scores dropped from 55,000 to 33,000, almost halved the time to run sub-
Onda — or likely platform supplier Allwinner — modified one of the Android system files!