All screensnaps from the 720p video; click to enlarge.
The video is called a review but it’s more impressions rather than a standard test.
What makes it worth watching is that he gives a pretty good peek at its software guts:
He also raises the issue of why maximum card storage speed isn’t what it should be:
His main issue is the usual one: Desktop Windows is not ideal for tablet touchscreens, with targets sometimes being frustrating to hit. He also notes the tablet isn’t ideal for demanding games and CPU thermal limits will lead to freezing. We’ve heard all of that before.
Otherwise, he seems to be very pleased with the tablet, especially the quality of the screen.
It’s too bad Teclast’s tablets aren’t available in stores in the U.S., such as Best Buy. I think they’d do well even if the return rate due to quality issues was above average. Seriously, they’ve got to be better than the craptabs Staples and Walmart sold.
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