Exclusive: Zenithink C94 Launching Quad-core tablet next week

Chinese tablet maker Zenithink look set to launch a quad-core tablet next week! Details are a little thin on the ground but according to sources the Zenkthink C94 quad-core has managed to top 9000 on AnTuTu and could be a relatively low-cost 10 inch tablet!

Zenithink were one of the first Chinese electronics companies to produce and Android tablet and now they are one of the market leaders for affordable and powerful tablets.

Sources close to Zenithink report that the company are looking to launch their new quad-core Zenithink C94 quad-core tablet next week which has managed to top 9000 in AnTuTu benchmarks.

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Full specifications are a little sketchy at the moment but what we do know is that the Zenithink C94 will feature a 1.2Ghz Quad-core CPU, 1GB RAM and 8GB of built-in storage. The screen is a 10 inch unit with 1024 x 600 resolution, and there will be both front and rear 2 mega-pixel cameras!

The Zenithink C94 is a rather thin tablet measuring in at only 11.9mm and will have built-in HDMI, Mini USB and a micro SD card reader. Power will come from a 5600mAh battery which isn’t the largest but should keep you going for a while.

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While prices have yet to be confirmed Zenithink are offering prototype models of the Zenithing C94 for roughly $140 which suggests retail prices could be as low as $180 once launched!


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  1. Ernesto
    October 9, 2012

    Very good value for money. However, I still think Pipo new generation ones are the beasts to kill, even though this is a quad-core.

    • RobertNL
      October 9, 2012

      Then lets hope they don’t ”screw” it all up in terms of battery life.

      The U1 is thin and nice but the battery is just on the edge of not enough.
      Never seen sutch a stuffed tablet before, they even did some mods to the back case (sand a bit away) to make it all fit.

      Never touched one of there bigger models, they might be better :P!

  2. RobertNL
    October 9, 2012

    Zenithink :D!
    My first big China shopping item was the ZT-180. At that time it was quite good. But when you look back it is just plain crap :P!

    This tablet does look promising but i am missing a few things. First of all 1024×600 on 10.1″! are you kidding me!? 7” tablets in the 100 dollar range do have this resolution at this time, and for 130 you got a 1280 x 720 screen.
    Why are most tablets from China in the 10.1” 16:9 form factor or expensive as hell or just missing out on the specs (or having lots and lots of problems like the CUBE).

    The price does make up for a lot of this, but no instant buy here! (would buy one if it had a better screen even if i had 20 dollars more).

    Zenithink managed to get nice specs for a nice price (just like with the C92) but in my view they are missing out big time on the screen.

  3. ThinkOutsideTheBox
    October 9, 2012

    There’s a quad core tablet for sale online in China right now, at a good price too!

  4. gadgeteer
    October 9, 2012

    Yeah, you mean the Sanei N10, do the research and you’ll find out there are quite a few problems at launch. My hopes are actually up for the AMPE A10…

  5. Robert Christopulos
    October 17, 2012

    I also had a zt-180, as well as the fact that my Wife and I each have Upgraded Zt-282 C91s. We just love these, though my Wife’s was broken a short time ago.

    I am looking forward to greeting one of these for her though I do intended to wait for a few weeks till Zenithink upgrades the battery(Which they will, and have US settlers as well). For those wondering, the screen resolution is just fine on the C91, and I wouldn’t expect less on the C94.

    I have friends who own XOOM, ASUS, and Ipad tabs. Our tablets are every bit as competitive, and, in fact, with the ports available are better productivity machines than any of them.

  6. Pat
    October 19, 2012

    On sale for $199 at http://www.usa-tablet.com S/F Pat