From Five Technology itself, via a Weibo communique:
Today we give ifive mini4 ran a little over 40,000 security Bunny ~ ha ha ha, I hope everyone can be satisfied [ha ha] [ha ha]
Just two days ago, I wrote:
This will probably be my last post about the Xiaomi MiPad unless something remarkably new about it appears. I think enough information has been provided here for everyone to make a buying decision.
And here we are. With remarkable new information from a review at ifanr [Google Translate].
An “iPad Mini Android 2”?
And so a ten-episode novel for television comes to an end.
No spoilers after the break.
Thanks to LVL91 in Comments, who pointed me to a user’s unboxing and brief report of the Retina-class 8.9-inch Teclast P90HD powered by the Rockchip 3288 [Google Translate]. [Same-day update: Link fixed.]
This isn’t a tablet I’m interested in but he runs AnTuTu X on it and compares it to a similar Rockchip 3188-based tablet.
Attempting to flash the ROM of his Teclast X98 3G tablet to Windows, something went awry and his tablet was bricked. That’s when he used extreme measures to resuscitate it [Google Translate].
I have no idea what he did there aside from directly soldering wires to a chip to flash it again. I wouldn’t advise trying this unless you have a degree in Electrical Engineering.
Five just released firmware update 1.10 and that still hasn’t fixed the issue [Google Translate].
Now users who have rooted the tablet have a chance to correct the deficiency.