Teclast F6 Pro Review

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Teclast’s F6 Pro is one of two new Windows 10 laptops from them. The F7 is a budget Apollo Lake laptop, while this F6 Pro features a much more powerful Core M3-7Y30 CPU with 8GB of DDR3 RAM at 1866Mhz. This 13.3″ 1080p laptop is also a convertible, the screen can be flipped around 360-degrees therefor converting this laptop into a 1.4 kilo Windows 10 tablet. The screen is touch enabled and supports an active stylus with 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity.

The F6 Pro comes with 128GB of SATA3 spec storage. There is an easy access hatch for the SSD, so you can upgrade up to 512GB of storage but you must use the 22 x 42mm size. Wireless and Bluetooth are handled by an Intel 3165 chipset which is soldered onto the motherboard. The 8GB of RAM is also soldered on so the only upgradeable competentĀ is the SSD. This common on Core M3 tech I’ve reviewed. Below is the full detailed video covering benchmarks, Linux support all the way through to gaming thermals and internals.

Video Index:

02:02 – Screen
03:21 – Keyboard & touchpad
04:01 – Fingerprint unlocking
05:24 – Ports
06:53 – Benchmarks
08:52 – Real-world Performance
10:41 – Battery run times
12:08 – Speaker test
12:29 – Gaming
14:43 – Thermals
15:24 – Webcam & Mics
16:01 – Linux test
16:27 – Internals
17:37 – Final words
17:56 – Pros & Cons

Screencaps from the Teclast F6 Pro review:

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  • Accurate touch & fast responce
  • Great build quality
  • Useful 360-degree hinge
  • Up to 7-8 hours of light use
  • Type-C data, video and charging


  • Max 230 lux brightness, should be more
  • Bad static over the microphones
  • Average speakers, should be louder
  • Poor webcam
  • A little hard to open


Performance - 9
Build & Design - 8.5
Screen - 7.5
Sound - 7.5
Battery Life - 9

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