Teclast P10 Review

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So what do you get for $99 in a 2017 Android 7 tablet? Well, quite a lot for the price. A full metal unibody, 1920 x 1200 IPS screen with glass touch digitizer, MicroSD card reader and most importantly a more recent version of Android, Android 7.1.2. The Teclast P10 is powered by a Rockchip RK3368, it has 8 cores, 2GB of RAM, a 32GB eMMC for storage and a maximum turbo of 1.34Ghz. The GPU is a PowerVR SGX6110 GPU which can handle recent games with at least playable frame rates.

But the question remains, is it any good? Does it suck? Well, it’s certainly not a powerful tablet. With only 2GB of RAM multitasking is limited and the cameras aren’t great at all. But depending on your tablet needs this ultra-cheap Android 7.1 tablet might do the job.

After watching this review, don’t forget to check the Pros & Cons and our rating out of 10 below!


  • Can be bought for just $99
  • MicroSD slot
  • Full metal unibody
  • Good build quality for the price
  • Stock Android 7.1.2
  • Very few bloatware apps
  • Bloatware can be uninstalled
  • OTA updates
  • Loud speakers
  • Option D/C charging
  • Plays the latest games
  • 6-7 hours battery life


  • No wireless AC, only wireless N
  • Struggles with heavy multitasking
  • UI animation stutters
  • Slow down and stutters in some games
  • Poor cameras
  • No HDMI output
  • Static over the speakers & 3.5 mm port.


Performance - 6.5
Build & Design - 8
Screen - 7
Sound - 7
Battery Life - 8
Value For Money - 9

1 Comment

  1. Hello. In the video you said you said you were able to test out a 128GB microsd card. Was it in exFAT or Fat32? I checked the banggood listing and it says Support (Maximum support 64G). I assumed the problem is with reading exFAT cards and not storage size, is this correct? I want to pair this tablet with a Sandisk 128GB A1 SDXC and I think that card uses exFAT. Thanks.

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