Inside the Chinese Market That Produces 45% of the World’s Tablets
The brands are unfamiliar -– Ramos, Teclast, Ployer, Colortab and Iaiwai. The white slates look vaguely reminiscent of iPads, but sell for as little as 299 yuan ($48). Where did so many unknown tablet makers come from and how can they make these devices so cheaply?
I’ve heard of all of those.
Xiaomi sent out a Weibo communique so confounding I had to run it through both Google and Bing Translate before I had any confidence to publish it:
Just an item for a tablet I likely will not cover further (unless a variant runs Windows; then I’ll monitor for reviews).
In a Weibo communique, Chuwi sneak-peeked its seventh tablet of 2014:
Teclast has made the July 18th sales date of the new X89HD tablet official via a Weibo communique:
In a Weibo communique replying to a question, Onda Service replied:
It’d be impractical for me. I learned to type on an old manual typewriter(!) and my fingers need keys to depress.
And yes, it’s glass. And will shatter if dropped. Wait for the sapphire version from Apple (ha!).
See more over at PC Pop [Google Translate].
There’s a new IMP3Net forum thread about it [Google Translate].
This is a new “2/32” tablet due to be released by Ainol.
He does a size comparison to the iPad Mini.