The Teclast Tbook 10 is a variant of the Tbook 11 and Tbook 16, all of which are powered by the same Intel Atom Cherry Trail Chipset but each one offers a different take on the tablet genre. The Tbook 10 is more of a 2 in 1 convertible tablet with a detachable keyboard dock. Aside from that the Tbook 10 is a 10 incher tablet with a hefty 22800mWh battery, one of the biggest so far for a tablet. According to Teclast, this will give the users about 6 to 7 hours of continuous usage from a single charge.
The Tablet is Dual OS natively, you can easily switch between systems with just a click. Continuing with the specs, the tablet is equipped with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB of eMMC Storage. A feature commonly seen on other similar models like the Teclast X98 Pro.
The tablet support Active Stylus. However, the tablet is fixed angle, unlike the Yoga Tablets available in the market. It is also primarily marketed as an alternative for a laptop or an Ultrabook, with portability in mind. Teclast also stated that the Keyboard will be self powered and the tablet is capable of reverse charging, which means it can charge other tablets or Smartphones on the go.
Although the Intel Atom X5-Z8300 is a decent chipset, it is by far not a powerhouse for heavy users. It is barely suited for gaming and struggles with heavy applications. The Core M chipset could have been a better fit, especially with the bigger battery size, but that would entail a more pricy tablet.
In terms of Connectivity, it is fairly standard, Bluetooth 4.0 and WiFi 2.4 GHz, no Dual Band WiFi apparently available. There is also no USB Type C connectivity. You do have features like Wireless Display and 4K video output via the Mini HDMI Port.
Modest Tablet performance
As far as performance goes, it is fairly average and modest, probably best suited for business travelers and never use their tablets for gaming. The biggest asset for the tablet is the massive battery at it’s innards, which is an important aspect for portability and usability. However, it does lack USB Type C connectivity, meaning it lags behind other tablets like the Xiaomi Mi Pad 2.
Note: you can compare this tablet to other similar tablets here: Tablet Guide
Highlights of Teclast Tbook 10:
Powered by Intel Atom Cherry Trail X5-Z8300 Quad Core
Equipped with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB eMMC Storage (expandable)
Dual OS Support (One Click Switch)
10.1 inch, IPS, 1200p Display
Active Stylus Support
22800mWh Battery (rated at 6 to 7 hours of typical usage)
Additional Battery embedded on keyboard (for additional juice)