I’ve just uploaded the Android review video of the Teclast X80 Plus (Below) Android does perform well on the little tablet and the speaker sounds a little louder than in Windows. But it’s still no way near as loud as it should be. My review video below demonstrates just how the ROM is, benchmarks and gaming. Battery life is still quite poor, 3 1/2 to 4 hours battery life. Maybe more in...[Read More]
Teclast X80 Plus Unboxing: Testing some popular titles on the Teclast X80 Plus (Windows Version) Counter Strike Global Offensive, League of legends and store games. Benchmarks, 3DMark, PCMark and eMMC speeds tested via Crystal Disk Mark. Also covered in this video, device manager and temperatures using HWInfo. This was captured via an external capture card using HDMI. Which should impact the perfo...[Read More]
In this video comparison, I compared the Chuwi Vi8 Plus, Cube iwork8 Ultimate, Teclast X80 Plus and Onda v820W CH. These tablets are very similar spec wise they all have the same resolution screen, 1280 x 800. They have the same eMMC size (32GB), 2GB of Ram and Atom X5 Z8300 CPU. But which one is the best? Some key differences & findings: All four tablets more or less perform the same in bench...[Read More]
The X80 Plus from Teclast is an updated X80h model. The Bay Trail Z3735F has been replaced with an Atom Cherry Trail X5 Z8300. It has 2GB of RAM and a 32GB eMMC. The X80 Plus has micro HDMI out, MicroUSB 2.0, BT 4.0 and Wireless N. The screen is a 1280 x 800 unit. It was first released with Windows 10 Home and later dual boot.
Teclast have updated their X80 line, and plan to release the X80 Plus and X80 Pro version. Both models are a successor to the Teclast X80h and both will be powered with the Atom X5 Z8300, 2GB of Ram and a 32GB eMMC. The difference between the Pro and Plus is the screen, much like the Chuwi Vi8 and Hi8. The plus has an 1280 x 800 IPS panel and the pro an 1920 x 1200 panel. Which I assume will be th...[Read More]