Another bit of tech pr0n, with images ripped from the Jingdong listing of the Teclast X89HD Windows Edition. These are all images uploaded from a bunch of different actual owners.
Note that these owners are saying that, like the Android edition, it runs hot and also gets hot while charging.
True to form, iambillbil has done a third post evaluating the Teclast X89HD. This time, the performance evaluation [Google Translate].
A small portion of the post is locked. That portion has to do with playing games. To summarize that bit, large games generally run well; one game called Wild Blood could not be installed.
Bottom line is that it’s a very strong Android tablet — a combination of fast internal storage and the CPU always running flat-out at 1.83GHz guarantees that. But it also generates a lot of heat and is the hottest — in the temperature sense — iPad Mini clone on the market with a correspondingly short battery life.
Teclast X89HD: iambillbil Hardware Evaluation
Teclast X89HD: iambillbil Appearance Evaluation
Teclast X89HD: iambillbil Preview
iambillbil Teases Teclast X89HD Evaluation
ChinaJoy is a huge game expo in Shanghai. EvoLife has an article with photos of the young woman models — called “booth bunnies” here in the U.S. — pressed into service at exhibits.
A few are self-possessed like her …
… and then there are those who DIY:
Chinese tablet makers often use alluring young women to model their products. When will the practice end?
There are several things hidden in the Xiaomi MiPad. This forum post reveals how to see them.
Over at the IMP3Net forum, the locked post from the 5Fans forum has been duplicated and is unlocked [Google Translate].
In addition, three videos were posted to Youku, which I’ve downloaded and cross-posted to YouTube to embed here. See them after the break.