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.
IMP3Net runs press material from Teclast about an app store they’ve set up for their Intel x86-based tablets [Google Translate].
IMP3Net also runs press material about the Vido M11 Pro tablet [Google Translate].
PadHz puts everyone to shame with a whole bunch of beauty shots of the upcoming Hisense Vidaa Pad [Google Translate].
Finally, anyone interested in the iFive MX2 Windows 8.1 tablet should monitor this 5Fans forum for it, where user reports are beginning to appear [Google Translate]. This is not a tablet that interests me.
PC Online has a review of the Huawei Play Band (use Chrome; photos don’t come through Google Translate with Firefox). This seems very promising and another site said it’s actually about US$65 in price. But since Huawei has abandoned the American market due to spying accusations, most of us can only see this one from afar.