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Cloudfone Epic 7.1 and 8.9: Dual-Boot Android and Windows on one tablet

Cloudfone unveiled on their website the Epic 7.1 and 8.9, two new tablets that give you the power to choose between Android and Windows on boot.

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These might be some of the first dual-boot tablets we’ve seen on a local brand to date. Both are equipped with Android 4.4 KitKat and Windows 8.1 on board.

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Cloudfone Epic 7.1 key specs:
7″ HD IPS display, 1280×720, 210ppi
1.8 GHz Quad Core Intel Atom Processor
1GB RAM
32GB Internal Storage
5MP Rear Camera
2MP Front Camera
WiFi
USB-OTG
Windows 8.1 + Android 4.4 KitKat (Crossover Technology)
3000mAh battery

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Cloudfone Epic 8.9 key specs:
8.9″ Full HD IPS Touchscreen, 1920×1080, 248ppi
1.8 GHz Quad Core Intel Atom Processor
2GB RAM
32GB Internal storage
5MP Rear Camera
2MP Front Camera
WiFi
USB-OTG
Windows 8.1 + Android 4.4 KitKat (Crossover Technology)

The Cloudfone Epic 7.1 and 8.9 will retail in stores for Php5.999 and Php8,999, respectively.

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27 Responses

  1. Wafumet says:

    Take my money Cloudfone!

  2. curious says:

    Do we really need dual-boot phones/tablets?

    • Rain says:

      Having dual boot tablet/phone will give you the best of both worlds.

      For one, there are many games and apps which are android only. If you are into portable gaming, you’ll definitely want to be in android mode.

      But there are also some Windows-based applications out there such as Warcraft3/DotA. Besides, there are also many Windows apps from the Windows Store available.

  3. kilimanjaro says:

    Battery capacity. How long it will last :(

  4. VTLOBO says:

    ang tanong ilan na lang matitira sa storage nito mga tablet. baka ilang apps lang mainstall dito sabay insufficient storage na agad.

  5. FiatLux says:

    Just my 2 cents:
    Hackers, prepare your keyboards and mice. We now have a new victim to a new hack.

  6. andrei says:

    Good day. Tanong ko lang po. Since these tablets can run on windows and android, can i use these like a windows laptop? Like play browser games and install windows app?

  7. accel says:

    That 32 GB of internal storage is definitely a nail in the coffin for this tablet. Upgrading this into Windows 10 is definitely impossible on this one.

    • Rain says:

      A 32GB internal storage is pretty much standard in tablets.

      Besides, I think Windows 10 is also possible in the future for this one considering the following system requirements for Windows 10:
      * Processor: 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster
      * RAM: 1 gigabyte (GB) (32-bit) or 2 GB (64-bit)
      * Free hard disk space: 16 GB
      * Graphics card: Microsoft DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM driver
      * A Microsoft account and Internet access

    • windows user says:

      I agree, that the storage space is not enough for windows. I own an Asus T100 with 64GB storage, but after installing all the updates and the free office home and student edition I was left with only ~30GB of free storage. Although I could still free about 8GB by removing the recovery partition but that would mean using an external flash storage every time I need to reset windows. High speed micro SDs are good work arounds, however some windows apps will not allow you to install them anywhere else but on drive c.

    • james says:

      With a 32GB emmc, Windows 8.1 (wimboot) will leave you with about 20GB free space. Minus a couple of GBs for Android. You wont be able to upgrade to Windows 10 Technical preview just yet.

  8. b says:

    no one needs windows tablets!!

    • noni says:

      you might be surprised to know that some people would actually prefer a windows tablet over an android one. to each his own. so saying “no one” may be too radical. remember steve jobs once said nobody would buy a big phone but now they made the iphone six plus.

  9. Mr A says:

    I wish they could just offer a DVD with windows 8 and android so that users can just load whatever OS they want to use in the device. Having them both in the memory is a waste of space.

    • mark says:

      Then don’t buy it. These tablets are marketed towards the Windows / Android crowd that WANTS to have both operating systems installed.

      If you want to have only ONE operating system then there’s plenty of other tablets to choose from.

  10. no3Gnanaman says:

    Still wala paring 3G.. bat ba ayaw nilang magrebrand ng ganun hayy

    • steve says:

      You are better off using a pocket wifi instead of relying on built-in 3G/4G modem on tablets.

      1. Wifi only tablets are cheaper.
      2. Wifi has a lower battery consumption than 3G/4G.
      3. A pocket wifi costs as low as 1000 pesos.

  11. akosijayboy says:

    hmm.. this sounds similar to this..
    Teclast p89
    teclast x98 air 35
    sabi pag dual OS 64GB talaga ang minimum. kasi sa 32GB sobrang konting space natitira because the OS share.

  12. jean michel says:

    where to buy in cebu

  13. ernie says:

    cguro ito na ung kailangan ko since matagal na akong nag iisip kung android tablet or windows tablet ba need ko.. ask ko lang yan na po ba full specs nya? ask lang sana mga techie kung expandable po ba ung ROM nya tnx..

  14. Daniel says:

    I need this. Papagipunan ko muna haha. Tab na may ms word, oh yeah. Madali na gumawa ng papers sa mga nakikigamit lang ng comp. :)))

  15. Kamote Cute says:

    got my epic 7.1 today 2.5k lazada. 18GB on windows (9gb free) 8GB on Android (6gb free). no minihdmi port. otg port is same as charging port. nice display. good touch(5point on windows) BTW mine is windows 10 out of the box.

  16. Glenn Espozo says:

    How can I format my cloudpad epic 7.1 to fully use all the storage in my hd?

  17. Jessica Guilabo says:

    How can i use this cloudpad epic in powerpoint presentation? What cable should i use to connect to the projector?

  18. Daniel. says:

    Bought my Cloudpad Epic 7.1 3 days ago. But I can’t switch to Android mode. The boot up doesn’t give me any options. I need help ASAP.

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