Here is my Full Review of the Xiaomi Mi Pad 2, I made a long video showcasing the strengths and weakness of Xiaomi’s new Tablet. But does it live up to the hype?
Here is my impressions on the new Xiaomi Mi Pad 3, the popular successor to the Mi Pad 2. Is this what we have been waiting for?
For those eagerly waiting for the Xiaomi Mi Pad 3, here is a sneak peak of it, this is surely not the tablet you expect.
The JDtab 1 is a tablet made in cooperation with multiple companies such as JD, Meizu, Harman, Leeco and Foxconn. It is also the first tablet to run Flyme OS.
Ultra budget but also offers a Fully Laminated Retina Display similar to the real iPad Mini 2 and also a Dual Sided Glass design.
The Teclast X98 Plus 2 is a refresh of the X98 Series. It is similar to the Teclast X98 Plus 3G in terms of specs and comes only with a few minor design changes.
Asus newest Flagship Tablet of 2016 offers a fully featured tablet with great 2K Retina Display and a very compact premium body.
Xiaomi’s newest Mi Pad surprisingly steps out with a Metallic bodied iPad Mini design that offers decent performance, premium build quality and all in one package.
Sporting almost identical hardware to the earlier released X98 Pro, the X98 Plus offers better value and gets a Dual OS treatment.
Onda shelves out their latest Reboot of the V919 series, and now comes with a CH moniker, which basically means Cherry Trail. The Tablet still bares the same features of the old V919 but is noticeable faster than the older versions.
The third installment of the widely popular Teclast X98 Air Family, a lot cheaper and comes with 64 GB more internal storage and Dual OS.
The Teclast X98 Pro is considered the first Cherry Trail Tablet, it looks great on paper but does it perform as well too?