Teclast X89HD Windows Edition: First Owner Images

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.

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Previously here:

Teclast X89HD: iambillbil Performance Evaluation
Teclast X89HD: iambillbil Hardware Evaluation
Teclast X89HD: iambillbil Appearance Evaluation
Teclast X89HD: iambillbil Preview
iambillbil Teases Teclast X89HD Evaluation
Teclast Android X89HD Can Flash To Windows 8.1
Teclast Adds Android-Only X89HD To Their English-Language Site
Teclast X89HD With Windows: Sales Begin July 23rd
Teclast Adds Windows-Only X89HD To Their Site
Official: Teclast X89HD On Sale July 18th
Teclast X89HD On Sale July 18th
Teclast Adds X89HD To Their Site
Teclast X89HD: More Information
Teclast Announces X89HD Intel-Based iPad Mini Clone

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2 responses to “Teclast X89HD Windows Edition: First Owner Images

  1. Mkt

    Hi Mike, do you know what’s that keyboard model? I like this tablet a lot but the lack of hdmi it’s a no no for me..
    The Onda v975w is a good choice but it have some software problems.. seems like the best option is the pipo w2 or cube iwork8 2/32, voyo a1 mini or the live livefan f8c (64gb :)). I would prefer a 4:3 aspect ratio tablet for better reading like you but seems like ain’t a viable option..
    If i buy an onda v975w and the windows 8.1 give me issues, do you know if it’s possible to install Android OS like the v975i?
    Best regards

    • There are people who say it can be flashed to Android, but I haven’t read of anyone doing it. See past posts for the links to flashing instructions for Windows. They’re supposed to include reversing the process — but of course it’s all written in Chinese.

      As for the keyboard, I don’t know that one but I wouldn’t be surprised if you could find it on eBay direct from China.

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