Over at the IMP3Net forum, iambillbil has the Teclast X98 Air, an Intel Z3735D-based tablet with a Retina-class 9.7-inch screen that can run either Android or Windows [Google Translate].
This is basically Teclast doing its own version of the Onda V975i and w.
There’s some locked content I can’t access at the moment due to screwing up logging into IMP3Net (it seems they give people one shot to get it right and then push them away for hours before retrying). It’s not bound to be important — but if there’s anything noteworthy, I’ll do another post to highlight it.
Right now, iambillbil notes that the screen brightness is noticeably lower than the X98 3G — which gives it a longer battery life. There’s also something about the Power button but Google Translate renders it too ambiguous. Note that it lacks an HDMI-out port.
He has the Android version — which might be the only version. It seems that Teclast will expect customers to flash Windows 8.1 to it, unlike the smaller X89HD tablet that comes in two versions (Android, Windows).
If iambillbil sticks to his usual format, there will be additional posts that will completely evaluate the machine. Since it’s very similar to the Onda tablet, there shouldn’t be any surprises.
Teclast Tablet News Items
Teclast X98 Air: First Unboxing Photos
Teclast X98 Air On Pre-Sale Tomorrow
Teclast Adds X98 Air To Their Site
Teclast X98 Air Coming
Teclast Teases T98 Air
Teclast Makes AnTuTu Score Claim For P98 Air
A Glimpse Of The Teclast T97 Air?