The Teclast Master T8 was advertise to be a much more portable and smaller version of the T10, which frankly I have am impressed with. But the T8 has one fault that the T10 does, and that is the screen. It isn’t the same, the T8 has an obvious yellowish or greenish tint on it, which kind of ruins the experience really. You will notice is if you look at a white background.
Born to Game
I have to admit, it really performs quite well on gaming. Just like the Teclast Master T10, it can game quite efficiently with no fps drops and an overall impressive gaming performance. Temps do get hot if you play for prolong periods, but still on acceptable levels.
Good Connectivity but no GPS
Wireless connectivity has been great, it comes with Dual Band Wireless ac support and performance has been fast and stable. But sadly, no GPS built in here, unlike the T10 which has one.
Picky TF Card Slot
You cannot just add any MicroSD Card here, the adapter slot is so picky on the size. It can’t fit all sizes and on my test, my 64 gb Kingston class 10 card didn’t fit, but my 4 GB Sandisk Card did. So test the slot before you purchase any expansion cards.
Unable to Update
From my unboxing to this full review, I haven’t received updates via OTA (only Online Updates). It could not retrieve any, and thus future updates for bugs and fixes might be in question here.
6 hours Battery Life
According to PCMark, it can last up to 6 hours per charge, which is quite good especially for a 5400mAh battery. Quick Charging is also supported.
Could have been a killer tablet
My final parting words. If it weren’t for the tinting issue, then this could have been a very impressive tablet and even beating the Master T10.