It’s over at ZOL [Google Translate].
This isn’t a tablet I’m interested in but I thought since it’s another Rockchip 3288-based tablet the contrast to the Pipo P1 would be worthwhile.
Let’s jump to some of the benchmarks.
Geekbench 3 results comparison:
Now that’s weird, because it’s higher than the score Teclast touts:
They also use a thermal imager to measure temperature. I won’t reprint any of those because they’d be out of context. I’ll just say while it gets hot, it doesn’t get as hot as the Pipo P1. I don’t know if that’s due to the composition of the tablet shell or better CPU temperature-regulating software by Teclast.
A full battery rundown test is not done. Which is stupid. Look, reviews aren’t so important that an additional full day to run down the battery can’t be done. That information is important and extrapolations just don’t cut it.
Being somewhat unrealistic, the reviewer says the P90HD isn’t worth the price because it lacks 3G, GPS, NFC(!) and dismisses it as a “pure entertainment tablet.” Outside of China, his objections are silly. This is an 8.9-inch tablet with a screen at 2560 x 1600 for 1199 yuan — or about US$193. Contrast that to the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 — which is also 2560 x 1600 for US$329 (sale price).