It's a MicroCenter Winbook TW801, MicroCenter is an electronics store we have here in the US midwest. For the most part it's a small windows computer, quad core 1.4Ghz Intel Atom, 2gb memory, 32gb emmc internal storage (Windows takes up like 20gb of that), 8" touchscreen, Windows 8.1 (not upgrading to 10), microSD card reader, one micro USB port (for charging) and one full size USB 3.0 port.
The full size USB 3.0 port comes in handy. I have a 4 port USB 3.0 hub plugged into it which hosts a mouse, a wireless logitech keyboard and occasionally an external hard drive. Up until now my girlfriend sometimes used it, but really it's just been sitting round not doing much. I put Eclipse, Blender and GIMP on it and probably get jME up and running here when I have a moment.
Unfortunately once my girlfriend was listening to music on it via headphones and dropped it right on the headphone port which jammed her headphone connector into the tablet ripping the headphone port off the motherboard so now neither the headphone port or built in speakers work, other than that it's pretty good as far as Windows tablets go.
I'd greatly rather use Linux, but it is what it is I guess. This uses a 32bit efi boot loader so GNU/Linux can be tricky to get running. I was able to get Ubuntu working on this, but not well enough to be viable. The WIFI didn't work and neither did the microSD card reader. If the tablet went to sleep, either via idle or lock/power button press, it couldn't wake back up.
One interesting thing was the screen. The touch screen worked and when I installed Lubuntu I could get the screen to rotate from portrait to landscape and back again via an xrandr command.
xrandr -q indicated the output device as "DSI-1" and I could just rotate that via the
xrandr --rotate command. To cement the installation process in my head I decided to re-install Ubuntu this time using Xubuntu. When I got it all up and running I could no longer rotate the screen,
xrandr -q just said the output device was "default" and attempting to rotate it just said that rotation was not supported by the device. After fiddling with config files and whatnot I decided to re-install Lubuntu and had the same results, meaning it still didn't work. I have no idea what, if anything, I did different the first time.
I tested my solar panel for the second time today, it's an Anker 21 watt. The first time I tested it the weather was completely overcast, I didn't even have a shadow, and it produced 5 watts on average. Today was beautiful and lightly cloudy so for the first two hours it produced 15 watts and the second hour and a half it produced 20 watts. On a day like today it should take 6-7 hours to charge my power bank from 0-100%, on an overcast day I could probably charge it from 0-25% in that same time period. Of course on a rainy day I'll just be twiddling my thumbs.
I also have a BioLite CampStove which is a nifty little invention. It's a portable wood burning stove that has a built in 2400mAh, if memory serves, battery that it charges using the heat produced from the fire. The battery is mainly for powering a small fan that feeds oxygen to the fire, but can also be used to charge a single USB device. It would take a good while to charge a cell phone with it as it will occasionally stop charging a connected device to charge itself up so it can continue powering the fan, but I imagine it would be quite useful in a pinch. As far as cooking food on it, wonderfully useful.