Over at ZOL [Google Translate].
As to how the dual-system is being accomplished:
With respect to the above two methods to achieve dual system, Taipower X98 Air 3G dual system tablet using a new method, which is guided through the BIOS mode dual system, each will enter a completely separate system. In this way the system is switched over Option II is slower, but the two systems can be done independently of each other in terms of performance, and dual-boot computer the same way.
Boldfaced emphasis added by me.
No benchmarks are run in the review. Most of it claims to be experiential.
What I found interesting was this bit:
But after tablet Android system, but can be connected to the PC via MicroUSB cable, MTP way to store and display the internal system inserted TF card memory, so you can easily copy the files into the inner TF card, but after switching to Windows also to open!
Basically, they’re saying that Windows can see any files put on the microSD card even if put there by Android!
I suppose that should have been obvious to me, but it wasn’t. I now think the Android side should be able to see any files on the microSD card put there by Windows too. It sounds as if it’s all one card just divided into directories.
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