This is a very weird comparison.
The Dell Venue 8 7000 is that funky thin tablet with the odd RealSense camera and asymmetrical bezels. It has an 8.4-inch 2560 x 1600 OLED screen that’s much like the one in the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4. It uses a 64-bit Z3500-series CPU from Intel.
And, if this video is to be believed, it’s faster than the Nexus 9 — at least in the one test captured in this video.
See it after the break.
Filed under Android, Video
IMP3Net does the Teclast 80h [Google Translate].
Whoa [Google Translate]:
If the budget is less than a thousand dollars, in fact, there are many big-name tablet to choose from, such as Asus, Acer, Dell, HP, and Huawei, the difference between these brands and some domestic brands may not be apparent in the short term, but after After several months of use, the gap between the two immediately apparent, the domestic flat all kinds of strange problems will ensue, but the most prominent problem with the battery, so you have plans to buy a domestic low-cost tablet PC, You have to be prepared to handle the psychological preparation of various incurable diseases.
Boldfaced emphasis added by me.
So, who should I believe?
Those who have bought from China and have had OK experiences?
Or those who report on China tablets, inside China, and have experience with many more of them?
That’s about US$9.3 billion.
It’s Jack Ma of Alibaba’s ambition to turn 11/11 into a global shopping spree day.
That’ll be interesting to see happen in the U.S.. No more Black Friday lines? No more Cyber Monday?
Second same-day update after the break.
At post time, 11/11 is over in China. But the final Xiaomi sales figure hasn’t been pushed to Weibo yet.
Here’s the nearest one.
This post will be updated if another tally is published on Weibo.
Updated after the break.
I don’t know what this is …
… if it’s a skin over all of Android, that lowers this tablet’s value in my eyes.
11/11 doesn’t end for a few more hours.
At post time, these were the Xiaomi sales figures:
1.4 billion yuan of goods sold (about US$228 million). 19,345 Xiaomi MiPad sold. If Xiaomi really did sock away a million of some phones, they’re going to have plenty of stock to sell in their other territories!
I’ve just begun reading Weibo.
Xiaomi 11/11 Sale Record
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