Teclast P10 Unboxing and First hands on

Here is my unboxing and first hands on of the Teclast P10, an Ultra budget Android Tablet that surprisingly offers great features for the price. Take a look here

SpecsTeclast P10
ChipsetRockchip RK3368 1.34GHz Octa Core
GPU: PowerVR SGX6110
MemoryRAM: 2 GB LPDDR3
Expansion: TF Card Support up to 64 GB
Display10.1 inch IPS
1920 x 1200 pixel, 10 multitouch
OSAndroid 7.1.2 Nougat
CamerasRear: 5.0 mp
Front: 2.0 mp
ConnectivityBluetooth 4.0
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n (2.4GHz)
IO1x TF Card Slot
1x MicroUSB 2.0 Slot
1x 3.5mm Audio Port
1x DC Charging Port
Dimensions240 x 168 x 9.9mm
Weight: 533g
Battery3.8V/ 5200mAh


Teclast P10 retails at $99 Use Coupon Code: P10GB

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Not expecting a lot, but surprisingly, the Teclast P10 is a good Ultra Budget Android Tablet

Despite the low end chipset, the other features such as the screen, build quality etc… are above average. Using the tablet didn’t feel cheap, the build is all aluminum and has acceptable weight. The RockChip RK3368 isn’t a powerhouse chip, and I did see some occasional slowdowns and also transitions on the UI. But overall, this tablet is great for those who want a cheap tablet for web browsing and light gaming. The Dual Band WiFi so far offers strong performance and no issues of connectivity as of current testing. Stay tune to my full review soon.

First Impressions:

  • Good build quality, all aluminum
  • Dual Band WiFi Support (no problems of connectivity as of recent testing)
  • Gorgeous FHD Screen, one of the best feature of the tablet
  • Comes with 2 GB RAM and 32 GB eMMC Storage with support for TF card expansion
  • Default or Stock Android 7.1.2 Nougat with App Draw (not customized)
  • Good sensitivity and performance of the screen
  • Decent performance overall
  • 5200mAh battery (not tested yet)


  • Bloatwares on the system
  • Early Benchmark test is unimpressive, chipset is low end (Rock Chip RK3368 and PowerVR SGX6110)
  • only 2 GB RAM
  • Average Loudspeakers
  • Some hitches or lags experienced even on UI transitions

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