Teclast F5 Review

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Below is the video review of Teclast’s F5, a super lightweight thin 11.6″ touchscreen laptop, that runs Windows 10 Home. If you’re looking for a 360-degree hinge Yoga style laptop. This one definitely worth a look, but it’s not short of compromises due to the slim size, lack of ports and small 11.6″ screen.

Due to the hinge, of course, it can be used as a rather heavy 1.05-kilo tablet. Touch response and accuracy are good and it does also support a stylus. The speakers are on either side of the laptop and you would think they would sound quite bad due to the size of this laptop. But they do surprise sounding much better than expected with even a hint of bass in there.

Overall the Tecalst F5 is a great 2-in-1 just sacrificing on battery life and that smaller 11.6″ keyboard isn’t for everyone.

Teclast F5 video review index:

01:24 – Size and weight
01:35 – Design & build
06:06 – Unlocked bios
06:45 – Screen bleed
07:22 – Windows & performance
11:51 – Keyboard & touchpad
13:09 – 4k60p & Type-C
16:06 – Speakers
16:49 – Linux
17:51 – First impressions
19:00 – Pros & Cons


  • Very thin and light (only 1.05 kg)
  • Fully laminated screen
  • 9W power limit set
  • Good thermals
  • Fully unlocked bios
  • HDMI 2.0A 60hz micro HDMI
  • USB 3.1 & 4k 30Hz output
  • Speakers are better than expected
  • Can be used as a tablet


  • No full sized USB ports
  • 4-5 hours of battery life only
  • Webcam location
  • Minor coil whine noise


Performance in category - 8.5
Build & Design - 8.5
Screen - 8.5
Sound - 8
Battery Life - 5

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