The Teclast F5 is another mid-tier laptop that offers an 8th gen Intel Gemini Lake Chipset with an OGS Fully laminated screen.
The Teclast M89 is a an iPad Mini 4 look tablet, powered by a Mediatek MTK8176 Chipset. It also comes with a Retina Screen and Dual Band Wireless.
The Teclast P80 Pro is an 8.0 inch Tablet that features a 1200p FHD OGS Screen and powered by Mediatek MT8163 Quad Core Chipset. The tablet also comes equipped with GPS and runs Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box.
The Teclast F7 Notebook is an affordable Ultrabook that features Intel Apollo Lake N3450 Chipset with 6 GB RAM and 64 GB eMMC Storage. The Ultraook also comes with Dual band Wireless Support and Standard USB 3.0 Slots.
The Teclast 98 new version is basically identical to the first one, but with minor improvements. It is still an Ultra Budget 10 inch Tablet that supports Dual Band Wireless. The tablet also comes with 4G LTE built in.
The Teclast F6 Pro is a premium Ultrabook that is aimed to rival Cube’s i35 Notebook. It comes with a 360 degree rotatable keyboard design and Stylus Support. It is powered by Intel Kaby Lake Core M3-Y730 with 8 GB RAM and 128 GB SSD with support for M.2 SSD Expansion and also has a
The Teclast Master T8 is said to be the smaller brother of the Teclast T10. But they are actually quite different. I found out some key differences between the two that may make or break this tablet.
Confused on what to get? Well, the Teclast Master T8 is the successor to the Master T10, but is it really a lot better compared to the T10? You will be surprise, with the results, find out here
Here is my unboxing and first hands review of the Teclast Master T8. And as expected, it is one impressive tablet and probably even better than the Teclast Master T10.
The Teclast T10 and the Alldocube Freer X9 are two budget tablet that offers a whooping 2560 x 1600 pixel screen, the highest at this price range. But which should you buy?