We’ve seen plenty of dual-boot OS Shanzhai phones over past months, but not so many tablets. Viewsonic’s ViewPad 10 was a nice introduction to dual-boot tablets, but at US$ 400 it was a bit overpriced. Well there’s finally a dual-boot tablet with the right specs, the right price, and comes straight out of Shenzhen to boot.
Check out the video and more pics after the jump!
During our weekly trips to the grey market this weekend, we got our hands on the Hero H2000 (or Othello), a capacitive touchscreen smartphone with a price just as smart. It only took us a few minutes to decide that this was a phone worth having a look at, and we’ll have the full hands-on review for you in the next few days!
A few weeks back we did a hands-on review of the Ouku Tab, a low-cost tablet from Lightinthebox.com. To thank us, they have decided to let us pick one lucky reader to be the recipient of a COMPLETELY FREE OUKU TAB! All you’ve got to do is
MAKE SURE YOU SEE THE FULL INSTRUCTIONS AFTER THE JUMP!
I recently came across some pretty hilarious comic strips on a Chinese blogger’s Weibo account and thought, “who would appreciate these more than my loyal readers!?” They’re drawn by Zenith Knight, a blogger who’s created these as part of his new comic titled DigiWar.
Very worth while comic strip after the jump!
Everyone knows about the tragic 9.0 earthquake and subsequent tsunami that hit Japan last Friday. If you want to help and you’re an iPhone user, one way to do so is to buy games. Capcom has reduced the price of it’s Street Fighter IV iPhone game to US$ .99 for this week only, and for every game purchased the company will donate US$ .99 to the cause.
More info after the jump!
The date for Meizu’s planned update of the M9 to Android 2.3 Gingerbread has come, and gone. M9 owners everywhere were disappointed, and rightfully so, but it seems that there’s a light at the end of the tunnel. The guys over at GizChina found that a Meizu engineer has posted photos online showing off an M9 running the coveted Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS, and showing off the devices mind blowing benchmark speed.
Photos after the jump!
Not sure how we let this one slip by, but this Chinese DIY (do-it-yourself) genius has designed his own iPod nano watch using a knockoff iPod nano and pure ingenuity. I know this isn’t exactly a unique design, but you gotta give the guy credit. Who ever said the Chinese aren’t original?
More info and photos after the jump!
With the release of the Motorola Xoom and Android 3.0 Honeycomb, manufacturers in China are just itching to make Honeycomb tablets of their own. Unfortunately, as the guys over at Android OS Tablets explain, it may be a long wait. In the mean time, manufacturers are still pumping out some pretty awesome Android 2.X tablets like this 10-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab clone.
More pics after the jump!
It seems that many users of the VPN provider Witopia (one of my personal favorites) have been having problems using the service in China. So many users have been reporting problems in fact that the company is recommending they report problems via e-mail instead of its live support service.
Find out more after the jump!
Hey everyone! First off I just want to apologize for the lack of updates last week. I was in The Netherlands for the week and surprisingly found myself disconnected. Don’t feel too bad for me though, I had a great time and saw something my fellow Android lovers will appreciate.
Find out more after the break!