Daily Archives: July 14, 2014

Onda Ships Beta Test V989 Tablets

In a Weibo communique today, the service division of Onda announced:

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Ainol Inovo8, A “2/32” Windows Tablet

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Over at the IMP3Net forum, someone has an engineering sample of an eight-inch Windows 8.1 tablet forthcoming from Ainol [Google Translate].

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So That’s How It Is In China

Cube IWORK8, Jumper EZ pad and VOYO WinPad A1 mini Are Actually All Designed By Emdoor EM-I8080

So… did Wisky do both the Teclast P89HD and the Rosa W061i?

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Teclast X89HD On Sale July 18th

Next-day update: The July 18th sales date is confirmed by eReadCN [Google Translate].

Second next-day update: Official: Teclast X89HD On Sale July 18th

That’s what this graphic at the Tmall listing seems to indicate:

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Debut discount price, with a regular price of 1,699 yuan?

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Xiaomi MiPad Third 50K Batch, Then Open Sales

Xiaomi issued two Weibo communiques that seem to indicate supplies of the MiPad will soon be freely available.

The first communique, that slipped past me yesterday, is to announce another fifty thousand will be available on July 15th (tomorrow):

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AnTuTu Scores Are Going Crazy

In a Weibo communique today, Nvidia touted the latest AnTuTu version 5 score for its K1 CPU in the Xiaomi MiPad (well, really, what else is the K1 in that can be scored?):

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Onda “Sells Out” Tiny V989 Beta Test Supply

In a Weibo communique today, Onda tried to get people to think they’re just like Xiaomi:

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Shit Is All Fucked-Up And Bullshit, Part Two

Citigroup to pay $7 billion settlement

The U.S. government is expected to announce that Citigroup (C) will pay $7 billion to settle an investigation into shoddy mortgage-backed securities the bank sold in the run-up to the 2008 financial crisis.

Seven billion sounds like a lot, right?

Bull and shit.

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The Hot Book In China Right Now

Xiaomi’s MiPad Weibo published a communique today that contains some staggering information about a book that went viral through social media:

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