The Teclast P98 Air and Onda V989 are both using the octa-core Allwinner A80 CPU with 2GBs of RAM, 32GBs of internal storage, USB 3.0, and a 9.7-inch Retina-class screen. Aside from the styling of their cases — the Teclast tablet is more of flat slab while the Onda is sloping like an iPad Air — is there much difference between the two?
Tablet wonk iambillbil in the IMP3Net forum does a hardware evaluation of the Teclast P98 Air and compares it to the Onda V989 he previously evaluated [Google Translate].
It’s called the i7s and PadHz has a bunch of photos [Google Translate].
No specs were given but this is likely a seven-inch screen with an Intel CPU. It’s a low-end budget tablet with a 599 yuan (~US$98) price. If there’s actually an Intel CPU inside, will there be a Windows version too?
As posted earlier, MIUI 6 is coming for the Xiaomi MiPad. A Weibo communiqué today explains it will be a beta version, which is something I should have expected:
It’s apparently a plague in China to the extent that Lei Jun himself had to speak out in a Weibo communiqué: