1) This is the first time I’ve heard of a dual-OS i6 Air 3G from CUBE
2) I have no idea how Teclast provoked CUBE and Onda; nothing is on Weibo
And there’s a QQ video that I ripped and posted to YouTube:
It’s clear they’re using the same Insyde system than Onda is. Going from Android to Windows is a shorter wait than the opposite.
I don’t know how this differs from the i6 tablet. They look the same! Is it lighter? Thinner? They provided no links to their site or to any sales site.
CUBE customers praise the build quality. If this had 64GBs of internal storage, it’d be tempting. But with Windows 10 coming up — and Android 5.0 in the wings — is it wise to buy something with Android 4.4 and Windows 8.1?
CUBE is not shy when it comes to going on the attack.
Same-day update: The i6 Air 3G is listed on CUBE’s site. But there are no published dimensions to compare it to the i6.
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