For every good device out there, there is a clone that aims to bring you the same experience for a lower price. We are at Computex and MyTimes has some tablets to show off.
This time the manufacturer is taking inspiration from Lenovo’s Yoga tablets, featuring the same overall design and experience. These also offer that hinge that has become iconic for Lenovo’s tablets, offering a great integrated kickstand.
There are the obvious differences in performance and build quality. MyTimes’ performance is subpar compared to Lenovo’s devices. This could be mostly due to the Mediatek processor, which is not optimized for running Android 4.4 KitKat.
We did find some design changes, as well, with different button and speaker placement. In addition, the back is not completely made of metal, but the hinge is, and it does feel pretty solid. These come in 8-inch and 10-inch sizes with dual-SIM configurations.
These are not bad devices at all if the price is right. They are not as powerful and well-made as Lenovo’s, but still hold their own.