Ouch! That’s nothing to do with the Onda V975m, which uses an Amlogic AML-M802 CPU and can’t do Windows!
That’s actually the Onda V975w, as a wrong listing!
Has anyone ordered anything from the English-language JD.com site? How did it go?
Previously: Rockchip Discusses Memory Bandwidth
Unsurprisingly, following Rockchip’s lead on Weibo, Five Technology sent out press material addressing the complaint users voiced about the iFive Mini 4 containing DDR2 and not the faster DDR3 RAM [Google Translate].
But really, Apple using ASTC has nothing to do with this issue. iOS is closely tied to its hardware in a way Android might never be.
We’ve already seen user reports of stuttering in the iFive Mini 4. Stuttering that doesn’t take place on tablets that use DDR3. Rockchip might want to argue those other tablets are using different CPUs or that Five needs to do further firmware optimizations, but still, user reports are what drive sales, not marketing or spin.
And if DDR3 didn’t matter, why is it in the Rockchip 3288-based Pipo P1?
Five Technology made a mistake going with DDR2. That’s all there is to this issue.
This is a treat. A twenty-three-minute video by someone who flashed Windows 8.1 to his Teclast X98 Air and is very comfortable using Windows on a tablet.
He opens by talking about what a trip it was trying to install Windows. Figuring out how to change the language to English took him days — and he needed his Surface nearby as a guide to translating Chinese to English.