Cube Talk 8 and U27GT Review – 8-inch is a charm

by | August 8, 2014 under | Android Phablet, Reviews

There is no shortage of 8-inch tablets available today. From budget to high-end, from Android to Windows, you won’t have trouble finding something. Eying for the market craze over 8-inchers, Cube recently released not one, but two new 8-inch Android tablets: The Cube Talk 8 (U27GT-3G) and the U27GT. As the name would suggest, the… Read more »

Pipo P1 Unboxing and first impressions

by | July 11, 2014 under | Android Tablet, Reviews

The Pipo P1 was one of the very first announced RK3288 devices and it is finally available for purchase. The Pipo P1 is powered by latest Quad-Core Cortex-A17 solution from Rockchip and the powerful Mali-T764 GPU which on paper promises smooth web browsing and Android experience and high performance 3D gaming. I have just received… Read more »

Cube iWork 8 Windows 8 Tablet Review – First Windows Tablet Below $150

by | June 25, 2014 under | Reviews, Windows Tablet

Once considered a novelty, 8-inch Windows tablets are now everywhere: Lenovo has two; Acer has two, Dell has one, so does Toshiba. Not to be left out, Some Chinese manufacturers recently started shipping their own 8-inch Windows tablet. For Good battery life Nice display Solid design and build quality Full desktop functionalities HDMI support MicroSD… Read more »

Teclast X98 3G first impressions

by | May 16, 2014 under | Android Tablet, Reviews

It has been six weeks since the announcement of the Teclast X98, a 9.7-inch Android tablet with a speedy 64-bit Quad-core Intel Bay Trail-T CPU. There is a wide range of Intel based Android tablets on the market today, but only two tablet models (the other being Onda V975i) are powered by the more powerful… Read more »

JXD S7800B Review: A Nice Gaming Tablet

by | May 4, 2014 under | Android Tablet, Reviews

Getting down to owning only three tablets-Asus Vivotab Smart, Amazon HDX 8.9″, and a rarely used Barnes & Nobles HD+ 8.9″, I was feeling the urge to purchase a new device. However, the tablets I already owned pretty much covered everything I needed a tablet to do. When I saw the JXD S7800b for a… Read more »