The Teclast X89 Kindow is an odd looking mid-sized that runs Android 5.1 and Windows 10. It sports a 7.5" screen, and under the hood you'll find last year's Z3735F Bay Trail CPU, 2GB of RAM, and 32GB flash storage. There is also HDMI out, a microSD card slot, and dual-speakers as well as Wifi(n), Bluetooth, and a front-facing camera of unknown resolution.
Most of the text on the page is Chinese characters embedded in an image, so it can't be translated, but as you can see in the images I snagged and copied below there are a lot of images of text on the screen.
Does anyone know what the images say?
Don't get me wrong, I am all for reading on Android tablets. We're just all puzzled by a manufacturer choosing to focus on reading more than games, media, and other abilities.
Do you think that reflects differences between the Chinese and western markets, or is this just one tablet maker's new idea for marketing in a highly competitive market?
Either way, we should find out more later this month when the X89 KIndow ships.