Zenithink C94 promises to be a super powerful, low cost quad-core tablet!

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Zenithink are looking to offer a high performance quad-core tablet anyone can afford with their new Zenithink C94, which boasts a large 10.1 inch display and impressive benchmark results!

Zenithink are one of the longest established Chinese tablet makers and have made a name for themselves globally as a manufacturer of great value Android tablets. The quad-core Zenithink C94 promises to carry on this tradition of great value thanks to its high performance hardware.

 Zenithink C94 promises to be a super powerful, low cost quad core tablet!

From a looks point of view the Zenithink C94 isn’t the most attractive tablet on the planet, but manages to be rather slim while still offering a great variety of ports and plugs.

The edges of the C94 are crammed full of functionality including ports for HDMI, 2 x micro USB, 3.5mm head phone jack, SD card reader and dual speakers.

A 10.1 inch 1024 x 600 display offers 10 point multi-touch which should make it suitable for gaming and image editing, while a 1.2 GHz quad-core CPU, 1GB RAM and 8GB of built-in storage should ensure you have power and space to place your apps, media and creations.

 Zenithink C94 promises to be a super powerful, low cost quad core tablet!

Zenithink have gone for a Freescale i.MX6 quad-core Cortex A9 CPU, with embedded GC2000 graphics while combine to make a potent couple which manages to score 9581 on AnTuTu.

Pricing is yet to be set but Zenithink have suggested that the C94 will be very affordable once on sale.

Head over to the Zenithink site for more details.

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  • http://yeow.com.ar Profesor Yeow

    One thing is the spect and other thing in the quality. Most of time, the lowest price don’t have a good quality.

    We must wait to know the quality of this tablet.
    Thanks for the Info, I don’t know anything of this brand. I will keep waiting more info :)

    • RobertNL

      Zenithink is fine in terms of build qualitiy. You may know them of the ZT-180 that did use a INFO TM x220 processor (about 1.5 years ago), it hat almost the same look as the Flytouch but without the ethernet port. Tablets at that time where less build quality then they are now tho.

      At the end they did even release the source of the tablet when they did stop making firmware on the tablet. At that time i didnt have one of these anymore but there are just a few manufacturers that do such a thing.

      Only problem with this tablet is the screen (like always), as they are on the cheap site of the market they do not upgrade the screen a lot. Last time i saw one of the higher end Zenithink tablets it was miles behind on the competition.
      I am not sure how the build quality and support is on there latest tablets but earlier it was fine!

  • Randy Fabros

    GPU is very poor…. a waste of quad core processor (a processor that is capable of 1.2 ghz per core)…… Vivante GC GPU’s are the worse…. not compatible to a lot of games. AMPE and Sanei used this GPU’s and got very poor reviews.

  • Robert Christopulos

    I’ve been using an Upgraded Zenithink C91(ZT-282) since March. Before that I had had a ZT-180. There was no comparison in build quality or functionality. My C91 its an incredibly well built machine, taken lots of bumps, but keeps coming back for more. Support has been great from the dealer, and from Zenithink itself.

    I am looking to upgrade, but don’t want to change brands. Zenithink and my dealer have been doing great by me. I’ve not seen a lot of reviews yet, but my first gut instinct is to stick with Zenithink, and either get the C93, or this tablet, the C94. I want to do this before Christmas-By the way, my ZT-282(C91) has totally replaced my laptop, and I’m very proud of it.

    It may have been inexpensive, but it’s not cheap. I would assume that this will be true of the Zenithink C94 as well.