The Teclast X80HD is a Sub$100 Ultra budget tablet perfect for budget conscious consumers who want more value for their money.
|Specs||Teclast X80 HD
|Processor||64 bit Intel BayTrail Z3735F
GPU: Intel HD Gen7
|Memory||RAM: 2 GB LPDDR3
ROM: 32 GB eMMC
TF-Card up to 64 GB
|OS||Dual OS (Windows 8.1 & Android 4.4)
|Display||8.0 inch, IPS, 5.5mm Bezel
1280 x 800 pixels, G+G
|Cameras||Rear: 2.0 mp
Front: 0.3 mp
|Connectivity||Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, MicroUSB 2.0 (OTG)
|Dimensions||208.6 ×122.4 ×8.9mm
|Ports||1x 3.5mm Earphone Port
1x Mini HDMI Port
1x TF-Card Slot
1x Micro USB 2.0
The Teclast X80HD is a very affordable tablet with features that exceeds its value. The Dual OS support is perfect for those who want a versatile system to use for work and play. The BayTrail processor underneath is powerful enough for light to moderate gaming as well as running office windows applications like Wordsheets, etc… The 2 GB RAM and 32 GB eMMC storage with support for Expandable storage is decent but for Dual OS systems, i fear that 32 GB is a bit limited.
The tablet is also equipped with a 720p HD IPS display with relatively good viewing angles and color reproduction. Performance is great especially for gaming on Android, and the modest resolution doesn’t over-stress the CPU.
Furthermore, the tablet also supports USB Host OTG for other peripheral devices and WiDi (Wireless Display). Underneath is also a decent size 4500mAh battery enough for 4 to 5 hours of typical usage time.
Worth the price
Definitely a great value for the budget, the tablet offers great performance for the price. Although build quality is a bit on the plastic side, that is expected for such a cheap tablet. Furthermore, the sub$100 also makes the offer much sweeter.
Highlights of Teclast X80HD:
- Sub$100 Dual OS tablet
- Powered by Intel Atom Z3735F BayTrail Chipset
- Equipped with 2 GB RAM and 32 GB Storage
- Decent 720p HD Display
- Supports Wireless Display (WiDi)
- 1080p Video Output
- 4500mAh built in battery
- Supports USB Host OTG
- 32 GB is a bit limited for Dual OS