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Teclast X2 Pro Unboxing and Hands On

Teclast X2 Pro Unboxing and Hands On

Teclasts latest Core M tablet the X2 Pro is now in the office, it arrived today via DHL ready for its review process. Unboxing video is below.

So far first impressions are as follows:

  • Decent build quality, solid and well finished
  • The screen is not fully laminated with a protector applied to it already from the factory.
  • While the tablet is activated and in English. Windows defender reports OEM8.exe KMS activation hack in use. (Not legally activated) the seller that has done this! It would seem there is no true English international version, mine has English. But the Ali express seller has just found a way to install it I on the Chinese Windows 10 Pro install.
  • The keyboard dock has one fixed position much like the Cube i7 and Chuwi Vi10 keyboards etc
  • The optional keyboard is a quality unit and feels good to type on.
  • The tablet has large 20mm bezels and sharp corners
  • It’s heavy at over 800 grams. Total weight with the keyboard is 1.37 kilos. So the weight or some older Ultrabooks.
  • The screen is very responsive to touch and the overall feel of the system is quick. Much quicker than my last Core M tested the Onda V919 3G
  • Battery capacity is 45000 mWh – 10000mAH?
  • USB 3.0 ports can power everything I’ve tested. 2.5″ 1TB drives and USB 3 hubs. Full 3.0 speeds.


Another crappy Ali Express seller, to think I waited 2 weeks for a multi-language version I was told, when really the seller was just messing around with the tablet installing English and cracking the activation.

October looks like it could be a busy month for reviews. So far I’m waiting on a Asus T100HA Atom X5  Z8500 to ship from France (No English retailers have it yet..) And the new Cherry Tablets from Chuwi, Onda and PiPo this month which I hope to get hold of it I can financially do it.




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  1. Its usable, but emulated Android I find runs slow and can lag a bit. There is a Onda V919 3G Core M that now comes in proper dual boot. But the tablet itself is very buggy, at least my one was: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OhS95Fbnk8I

    • Thanks Chris but won’t be touching another onda tablet ever again. Would be great if you could test how android runs on this and also the audio quality, another Chinese tablet shortfall.

  2. Has anyone tested the stylus yet? Is it Symantec like dell or ( even if near immpossible) n-trigger?

    • I think its a Dell type one, well using the same system. I haven’t got the stylus yet. It’s on the slow boat.

  3. Correct me if I’m wrong but wasn’t this supposed to be dual boot? My crappy Onda tablet is on its last legs so I need to order another and was hoping this would be the one. Doesn’t seem to be anything out there at the moment they fits the bill.

    • No,it isn’t true dual boot. Just emulated like on the Cube i7

      • So basically it’s not really usable as an android tablet then? Never used an android emulator so excuse my ignorance!

        • Yes it has a Chinese Android emulator on it. Happy Android or something it’s called.

          • Is it usable though and can you get the play store on it? Why are there no core m dual os tablets? I’m guessing I will be better off looking for a decent cherry trail tablet instead.

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