As a review, I don’t think much of this video. He doesn’t run AnTuTu and clearly he hasn’t tried the most powerful games that can cause problems for the V818. And his web browsing tests must have been very light that he didn’t encounter the memory problems that can crop up with it.
The one thing the video taught me is that the Onda V818 lacks hardware volume buttons. My head has been spinning from all the iPad Mini clones and a detail like that slipped by me.
Lastly, his V818 takes better photos than the sample photo shown here. They must have had a defective sensor. He also tests the video camera.
Google English: The function of the fluency of Onda V818mini evaluation system, performance, battery life, wifi, OTG, etc.
That’s a new review of the Onda V818 Mini. The site clogged the hell out of my browser but YMMV. There are several embedded Youku videos, one of which shows PDF handling. I’ve managed to embed that video after the break.
It’s Friday. The rumored date for the introduction of the eInk Kindle in China.
China is 12 hours ahead from me, so it’s already well past business hours there at post time.
If there had been a Kindle introduction, it would have been splashed on their site’s front page. It’s not.
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Amazon already offers the Kindle software for iOS and Android as well as the desktop. So why would anyone in China even want an eInk device? It’d be just one more thing to carry.
I thought a Friday would be a weird day to introduce it. But China tends to do things differently.
Amazon To Introduce Kindle Paperwhite In China This Week