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Teclast M30 review. The M30 is a budget 2560 x 1600 10.1″ MediaTek Helio X27 tablet. It runs Android 8.0 with 4GB of LPDDR3 RAM, 128GB eMMC, Wireless AC, LTE dual SIM support. MicroSD support, GPS and even FM radio. The battery is 7500mAh and can run for up to 10 hours of light use (Low brightness) So for the price, it does offer a lot but as you’ll see from the below review the perfor...[Read More]
The BMAX Y13 is my favorite and the best of the Gemini Lake N4100 laptops I’ve reviewed, but now we have a super late contender the new Teclast F6 Plus that’s coming and will ship just before the year is out. This is shaping up to be possibly the best Celeron N4100 laptop. We have all the current best BMAX Y13 features that make it great, with a thin and light build for 13.3-inches. Th...[Read More]
Update: Two days now almost of using the M16, it feels like one of the faster Helio X27 tablets. The ROM seems a lot smoother than others I’ve reviewed like the Teclast M30 it’s definitely quicker. I’m typing this on the keyboard and It’s actually not bad, abetter typing experience than my Samsung Galaxy Tab S6’s cramped 10.5″ keyboard. Battery life update: Batt...[Read More]
Teclast's M16 is a budget 4G Helio X27 Android 8 dual SIM tablet. The 11.6" screen sports a 1920 x 1080 resolution, it's non-laminated with a (1mm gap) The tablet has 4GB of LPDDR3 RAM, 128GB eMMC 4.5, dual LTE (Band 20 & nano sims). It has a MicroSD support, micro HDMI output FM radio, GPS and a 7500mah battery. The build is black large front bezels with glass and rear unibody metal housing. ...[Read More]
Real photos of the Teclast M16. No photoshopped bezels here!