Remember Windows 8.1 with Bing? It was a Windows 8.1 SKU where Bing was the default search engine and it was available for free to manufacturers. Now, Windows 10 with Bing is apparently a thing.
According to Liliputing, Teclast, a Chinese company sent out a press release which stated that the company’s Teclast X98 Air’s international variant will run Windows 10 with Bing. The tablet reportedly packs an Intel Atom Z3736F Bay Trail processor, a 9.7-inch display (2048 x 1536), 2GB of RAM, support for 3G WCDMA 2100/900, and 802.11b/g/n WiFi.
Interestingly enough, the X98 Air’s 64GB variant will run Windows 10 with Bing while the 32GB variant will pack Android Lollipop. Keep in mind that the company’s “new version” of the tablet will be available with Windows 10 with Bing, which is quite interesting.
So, is Windows 10 with Bing a thing? Apparently, yes. Just a few months ago, Windows 10 with Bing showed up on Intel’s roadmap. So yep, it’s a thing.
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