Ladies and gentlemen, your dream has come true. For just $201.29, you get everything you want from a tablet.
I know my readers and this is one of the most requested items that people ask me about, a tablet that dual boots Android and Windows.
The dimensions are the same as an iPad. It’s 9.7″ with a 4:3 aspect ratio and a 2048 x 1536 resolution. That is a Retina display. Personally, 4:3 is my favorite tablet aspect ratio. It’s the same as a piece of paper, so it’s very comfortable for reading in portrait mode.
It’s powered by an Intel Atom processor, 2 GB of RAM, 64 GB of storage. The Intel Atom is 2.16 GHz quad core, so you really have some power under the hood. It’s 22 nm, so it’s Intel’s Haswell.
I wrote that last paragraph to show that the specs are good, but that’s not the selling point of this thing. The selling point is that it dual boots Android and Windows.
Windows isn’t a great tablet OS. There isn’t really any good reading apps. In fact, most of the best apps on Android aren’t available on Windows.
You’re getting the best of both worlds. You get all of those fantastic tablet apps from Android and then you’re able to get real work done on Windows. There is an additional snap-on keyboard available, which is similar to a Surface cover.
Basically, the Teclast X98 Air is like a combination of an iPad Air 2 that runs Android and a Surface 3, if that makes any sense. It’s really everything that you want in a tablet.
Then there’s the price. I called it a combination of an iPad Air 2 running Android and a Surface 3, both of which would cost $499. You could easily pay $700 for something like this, but it’s only $201.29. It’s absolutely incredible.
But wait, there’s more. This is a cellular tablet, something that’s typically worth an additional $100 in a tablet, but not here. Now, when you’re on the go, you can get your work done or type up that blog post when the idea strikes you, or you can buy a book and read it on Google Play Books.
With the Teclast X98 Air, you can do anything.