Edward Weinert is writing up his search for his ideal combination of Windows tablet and Android phone.
His testing will provide useful information for those in the same boat or those interested in Windows tablets from China (especially for those interested in 8.9-inch ones).
See his post: Moje poszukiwania: tablet z Windows i telefon z Androidem – odcinek I [Google Translate].
From earlier this year at IFA, when it was being called the Hisense Sero 8 Pro.
Most of the action these days takes place on Weibo.
Since monitoring Weibo, I’ve discovered a lot of the material I used to read on tech sites originated on Weibo. So the tech sites themselves don’t take that much time to look at these days, unless an actual review of a tablet that interests me is published.
It’s Weibo that now takes hours and hours and hours and eats up my life.
1Pad launches a screed at it [Google Translate].
They’re angry that it likely won’t be sold in China.
And, as has been pointed out earlier in Comments, it bears a striking resemblance to what was once called the Hisense Sero 8 Pro [Google Translate].
1Pad thinks it’ll have a Rockchip 3288 CPU, 2GBs of RAM, 16GBs of internal storage, 2MP front and 5MP back cameras, a 4,500mAh battery — which seems scarily inadequate for that 3288 CPU — and Android 4.4.
Hisense is so far off my radar, I didn’t know until now that I posted about this once before.
Hisense Vidaa Pad: Thinnest Android Tablet?
Hisense: Rockchip 3288-Based iPad Mini Clone
On Weibo, someone got sent one for free with a complete collection of wristbands:
This blog’s template sticks ten posts at a time on the front.
Today is one of those rare days when I’ll be doing more than ten posts in a day.
So to see everything, when getting to the bottom of the scroll, hit the “Older posts” link.
The first post published today was: Teclast X98 Air II: Windows 8.1 Firmware