Both ZOL and PadNews are caught out laundering the same press material written as if it was by a user without bylining it as press material [Google Translate, Google Translate].
This a typical “1/16” (1GB RAM, 16GBs internal storage) Windows 8.1 tablet with an eight-inch 1280 x 800 IPS screen. Full specs are unavailable but it’s probably the same Intel reference design based on the 64-bit Z3735D CPU.
It’s unknown what corners — if any — were cut to drop the price from US$112 (the last low) to US$96 (599 yuan). It could be, given the number of eight-inch Chinese Windows 8.1 tablets now being made, component prices have plummeted faster than we’ve anticipated.
Same-day update: See end of post.
Previously: Chuwi VX8 3G: Intel Inside, Samsung Outside
That new tablet will come in a Windows version, according to a Weibo communique Chuwi issued today:
In a Weibo communique today:
I didn’t know the Google Play Store could be installed on the Xiaomi MiPad until now. This again changes all of my thinking.
An article and two videos after the break.
I thought the Xiaomi MiPad had the best camera of any Android tablet and now there are two sample 1080p videos that confirm it.
First, some screensnaps taken from a 720p rip of the YouTube videos. Click all to enlarge.
Thanks to alivethroudeath in Comments for the tip.
Now we know what they meant in Chinese:
The hardware is capable of also doing Windows — not a promise of dual-boot.
To see more, go here.
Note that while the Android version lists GPS as a feature, the Windows version does not.
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