As you might have all noticed, there is a flood of 8.9-inch Windows tablets rushing into the market recently. Since all 8.9-inch Intel-powered tablets have nearly the same internal specs and run free authorized Windows 8.1, the only things that set them apart are the build quality and price. With a view to help you choose the right slate, we have listed above the specs and prices of several different models.
From the table above, it is easy to see that the ONDA V891w is the cheapest of them all, but contains the smallest battery. The RAMOS i9s is the most expensive and probably has the best build quality and the largest battery, but the absence of 3G support and GPS is still quite a shame. CHUWI V89 and PIPO W6 both have 3G and GPS on board, and nearly the same battery capacity, the $17 price gap is likely a result of the chassis, as the V89 employs a much more premium toughed glass chassis. As for the display, the PIPO W6 and RAMOS i9s probably have a little advantage by featuring the more crisp and vibrant FHD PLS display, but the IPS panels on the other slates are also quite decent.