In an article about CPUs, ZOL published this cheatsheet to quickly figure out which Intel CPU is what [Google Translate]:
Daily Archives: October 17, 2014
One of the official Intel accounts sent out this Weibo communiqué:
I don’t know if this is actual news or the Internet rumor echo chamber at work. A search turned up this post — which points to a Twitter account that’s been deleted. And a Twitter search for “TKTechNews” reveals a scandal.
So my guess is that it’s likely not true. However, I run this Intel Weibo as an example of how widely and quickly rumors can spread.
October 21, Meizu will announce something in conjunction with Alibaba. Unfortunate use of English there, however. I believe they meant more along the lines of “Think Together,” since this could be some sort of cooperation between the two companies.
Xiaomi went against the prevailing trend in Android tablets and bet on a 4:3 aspect ratio over the majority of 16:9 and 16:10 tablets sold in the global market.
With the release of the Nexus 9 with a 4:3 aspect ratio, Google has validated Xiaomi’s bet.
A variety of Xiaomi accounts have reacted.
Yes, the 4K MiTV can be used as a monitor!
What? You’re not impressed by a few people using it?
Via Weibo, Xiaomi has sent out two comparison charts, pitting its MiPad against the new Nexus 9 and iPad Mini 3.
See them after the break.
Over at the 5Fans forum [Google Translate].
A tablet with an 8.9-inch screen (not 8, as previously stated). In a first for Five Technology, the AC charger is not included in the tablet box. It’s packaged separately.
There’s an MX2 forum at the 5Fans forum [Google Translate].