This is an affordable and likeable Windows/Android tablet, with the design being loosely based on that of the four-year-old Apple iPad 3 tablet.
Generally speaking, this Teclast produce is only let down by Wi-Fi and performance issues. The main advantages of the tablet PC include a very nice pricing and the flawless work of dual-booting. The Windows/Android support is provided by AMIDuOS, a product by American Megatrends that can convert any recent Windows device into one that runs a native Android operating system, complete with storage and file sharing capabilities, for £11. However, note that while you should be able to update Windows regularly, you will be stuck on Android 5.1 (Lollipop) with no foreseeable upgrade path. To add to that, the construction of the tablet is pretty solid and reliable, and the design doesn’t create that cheapy-look impression. The back panel is manufactured from aluminium alloy. There is also glass coverage on the front and the white bezel.
As for the cons of the gadget, performance levels aren’t the best. As well, many users submit complains about Wi-Fi issues.
Teclast X98 Plus II 2 in 1 Tablet PC