ByGB Blog Official 2017-09-19 3366
For just $199.99, the Teclast T10 packs a reliable set of features: a 10.1 inch Sharp OGS display, Android 7.0 OS, 4GB RAM + 64GB ROM, a strong hexa-core processor, fingerprint recognition，dual cameras and more. Let’s take a closer look.
As more and more users are considering switching to tablets for their day-to-day working needs, design and the ability to use a tablet as a laptop have come to the forefront of buying considerations. The Teclast Master T10 is a compact device — but, with its large screen, offers a great base for work and entertainment. Add it to a detachable or wireless keyboard, and the tablet transforms into a functional laptop.
The tablet's slim and light all metal body with sand blasting back cover make it a great option for everyday use and the classic white color give the device an up-market feel.
One of the highlights of the model in terms of design and security is the fingerprint sensor. Touch ID is something we've comes used to seeing in smartphones, but on a tablet it feels new and yet already indispensable.
Easy locking and unlocking on the tablet is one benefit. Then, of course, you have the privacy issue — your data is more safely protected with the enhanced security feature. It can also serve as a home key with double click. Besides, you can easily take photos by touching the sensor. One touch ID with multiple functions.
The tablet comes with an expansive 10.1 inch display — something a lot of users will appreciate, as a big screen is a gateway to better entertainment, efficient working sessions and easy web browsing. On the Teclast T10, you get a 10-point Sharp OGS IPS display with 2560 x 1600 resolution, delivering impressive color and clarity for a tablet in this price range.
What's more, the screen offers three usage modes: Auto Light Sensor Mode (brightness will be adjusted according to the surrounding light conditions), Eye Care Mode (for safe and blue light-free use before bed) and Reading Mode (making the tablet's screen look like a page in a book and reducing strain on your eyes).
The Teclast T10 features the powerful MTK8176 Hexa Core CPU clocked at 1.7GHz — and offers a stable multitask-capable setting. The tablet PC offers 4GB of RAM and 64GB of built-in storage — further expendable with a 128GB SD card. Paired with the latest interface of Android 7.0 OS and Teclast startup manger (for managing the auto-launch app and permission), the tablet is smooth, stable to use and suitable for both: an efficient working session and a step away from the reality into the world of gaming.
Another thing to mention under this heading is a more than decent battery life — you get 8100mAh built-in battery and, here's the best part, Quick Charge. The tablet is promised to last through 8 hours of continuous use and video playback — and with Quick Charge, you can test its capabilities right away without wasting time on hours of recharging. Low Power Mode and Intelligent Power Management are of great help in making the battery last even longer.
Yes, cameras are an expected feature on a tablet of this caliber, but the Teclast T10 packs a pair of really nice ones. You have an 8.0MP Auto Focus rear cam and, here's the gist, a 13.0MP front one with Beauty Mode. So, you can not only snap an Instagram-worthy selfie with the tablet (come on, like you haven't thought of doing this) and enjoy better quality video chats with friends and family: no more blurry shapes pretending to be people.
We've taken you through some of T10's most notable features — but there is still a lot to explore (Gen SWEET sound speaker, oleophobic coating, built-in GPS & BDS). Our experience with the device has been positive: good screen, fingerprint sensor, powerful performance and a nice set of practical extras (battery, cameras, etc.). As we've mentioned earlier, for the price of $199.99 (from SEP 18-25), this is a cost-effective deal in today's tablet world.
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