I get grief for scrounging tablet time at stores, running my Google Books PDF tests.
“Just buy something!” people yell.
There are things that can be known only by having hands-on time before spending money.
And then there are things that can be known only by having hands-on time with two devices at the same time.
That’s what the video after the break does. It pits the iFive Mini 3 against the Teclast P89 Mini.
Anyone interested in Chinese iPad Mini clones should watch this video. The big surprise comes towards the end, when both the iFive Mini 3 and the Teclast P89 Mini load a really, really, really large game.
That difference would not be noticed by someone who had only the iFive Mini 3. Because they simply wouldn’t have any other experience to compare with.
So this is why I test.
Now the video: