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Cube i6 Air tablet hits China for under $150 (Runs both Android and Windows)

Chinese device maker Cube launched a dual OS tablet called the Cube i6 Air 3G earlier this year. It runs both Android and Windows, has a high-resolution display, features surprisingly strong performance, and a relatively low price tag: you can buy the Cube i6 Air 3G for under $200. I was pretty impressed with the […]

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Cube i6 Air 3G dual-boot Android/Windows tablet review

Looking for a low-cost tablet? There are hundreds of models that run Android or Windows software. Trying to decide which operating system to use? Generally if you want a wide selection of touch-friendly, full-screen apps you’re probably better off with Android. If you want support for desktop apps including Office, Firefox, or Photoshop, you’re better […]

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Elephone smartphone to have 2K display, 4GB RAM, Android and Windows support

Chinese phone maker Elephone has some impressive devices in its lineup, including the new Elephone P7000 with a 5.5 inch, full HD display, 3GB of RAM, Android 5.0, and a fingerprint scanner. But the company has something even more unusual in the works: a phone which will be able to run Android 5.0 or Windows […]

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Onda’s dual OS tablets support shared Android, Windows folders

A handful of Chinese tablet and TV box makers have started offering models that dual boot Android and Windows software. That means you can run Android apps or games on your tablet, reboot into Windows and fire up Windows apps (or Windows desktop apps). Now one company is going a step further by letting you easily share […]

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Hands-on with Cube i6 Air 3G dual-boot Android/Windows tablet

A year ago it looked like dual-boot tablets and 2-in-1 notebooks that could switch between Android and Windows might be the next big thing… or at least a thing. But big companies that had introduced dual-OS solutions backed down from actually releasing those devices, reportedly due to pressure from Google and Microsoft. Now we’re starting to […]