Just picked one of these up - it's astonishing for the money. The screen is excellent, full HD IPS, and the trackpad is also great, far better than I've used on many much more expensive laptops. It's a Windows Precision Touchpad, with full gesture support. It looks to me like it's a rebranded Jumper EzBook 3 Pro. Even better - the full aluminium build. Think MacBook Air or Asus Zenbook, but for £199. Mind-boggling. A decent keyboard and m2 SSD expansion make this a complete no-brainer for anyone looking for an everyday computer. For, say, web browsing/Office/streaming it's an absolute steal.
The only way windows can boot you mean? If you flash the emmc to either a different bootloader or write over the windows partitions, then surely you can have native Linux? Doesn't matter anyway, I think I would prefer dual boot as I can always set the primary boot drive to usb, then if I remove the usb before turning on it goes to windows. Sounds fun!
Both seem to work about the same to me, I have to click right in the corner for both. You could perhaps try enabling tap to click? Then you don't have to go to a corner at all.
Correct, Windows is still on the first disk so I can boot both. You can't just disable UEFI, it's the only way the system can boot.
Also disabling uefi surely enables the ability to run other Linux distros?