The Teclast X98 3G has a 9.7-inch Retina-class screen with 2GBs of RAM and a 64-bit Bay Trail-T 3735D Intel CPU with a default speed of 1.3 GHz and a peak speed of 1.8 GHz.
Tablet wonk iambillbil begins his lengthy examination of the Teclast X98 3G [Google Translate]. It’s in progress so check back for new posts in the series.
For those unfamiliar with iambillbil, he posts tablet examinations (I won’t call them reviews although sometimes a site will publish them as that) that are very, very detailed.
At post time here, he’s done his overall physical examination of the machine …
… and firmly established that it has a 24-bit full-color screen:
Which is good, unlike a past Teclast tablet.
Owners of the X98 3G will be offered a for-pay Windows 8.x download later this month.
Having read more than I’ve posted about in this blog, I can now say that it’s established that the 64-bit Intel CPU in this tablet has an AnTuTu score in the 28,000-range. The MediaTek 6592 in the iFive Mini 3GS has an AnTuTu score in the 27,000-range. Such a close score makes me wonder if they actually feel the same.