The quad-core’s are coming! Cheap quad-core phones and now quad-core tablets from China are all over the news, and tablet maker Onda is making it get’s it’s piece of the pie with the launch of a new 9.7inch model!
Onda have been launch affordable tablets all year, and the latest Onda V971T 9.7 inch tablet looks to be one of the best we have seen for the price.
Retina display prices have dropped over the past 6 months, allowing Chinese manufacturer to launch their own high resolution Android tablets. The latest on the market is the Wei Sijie 97RT!
Xiaomi currently have a few Android smartphones and a (non working) Xiaomi TV Android set-top box, but what they don’t have is a Xiaomi Tablet. Fortunatly 3rd party devs and companies have worked together to bring Xiaomi’s MIUI ROM to tablets such as the Onda V971.
Ainol made a name for themselves producing great 7 inch tablets which offered the latest Android OS at very affordable prices. Now the company has made the move to larger 10 inch tablets and the results are impressive! More details of the Ainol Novo 10 after the jump.
Chinese tablet maker Taipower tease Android fans with their images and specifications for its 8 inch iPad mini clone.
The launch of Windows 8 and the Microsoft Surface has really boosted interested in Windows tablets and we are seeing more models than ever such as this super fat ‘business’ tablet from Shenzhen.
With all the tablets available from quality Chinese brands such as Ainol, Onda ETC it is still surprisingly difficult to find a great tablet which features built-in 3G, luckily the flagship Pipo M8 will get 3G along with a great screen!
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!
The iPad Mini has proven to be a popular and powerful little tablet which is grabbing the of new and seasoned gadget lovers alike, it has also caught the attention of Chinese tablet makers in Shenzhen who have just released the world’s first iPad mini clone!
As you can probably tell I’m quite excited about the Xiaomi TV launch, but what I’m not excited about is the likely long wait I will have to endure to get one of these super cheap Android set-top boxes!
Subor, the once huge maker of Nintendo clones, recently announced they were going back to their gadget roots and announced a couple of phones and a 9.7 inch tablet named the Subor DreamPad. Well the DreamPad is here, but I can hardly say it’s something I’ve been dreaming for….