In terms of hardware, e-readers aren’t really suppose to be powerful, and the Kindow fleshes out an older generation Intel Atom BayTrail Z3735F Quad Core Processor, which is frankly enough horsepower for using it a e-book reader alone. Looking at the promotional pictures, the tablet does offer a gorgeous look and thin-out bezels, but most of the time, Teclast does ship out much bigger bezels than what is promoted. Furthermore, the tablet is thin at just 8.9mm and only 318g. However, at worry sight is the frugal 3500mAh battery at its innards. If this were a low powered e-link screen tablet, then the battery size would probably suffice, but the Kindow is basically a Fully stocked Dual OS Tablet. Which means battery life would probably be not as good. But still, result remain to be seen.
Dual OS Tablet
If you take away the name and the unusual screen resolution, then it is basically an Ultra budget tablet. But in terms of versatility, the Dual OS support means it is much better option than buying an e-book reader alone with limited functionality.
Sub$100 Tablet or E-book reader
I think, what truly captures the consumers is the price, with a pleasing price tag just below $100. The Teclast X89 Kindow is a good choice, however, it does have a bit of competition at it’s sleeve. There are plenty of Cherry Trail Tablets on the same price range today. The Chuwi Vi8 Plus, Teclast X80 Plus and Vido W8X. Cherry Trail offers better performance but not a huge margin. But i think the real kicker of the Kindow is the screen ratio which I think looks great on E-books.
You can compare this tablet to other tablets here: Tablet Guide