Teclast has put out a very decent 14 inch tablet with good specs and at a budget price. The video we have tonight is from Chris over at TechTablets and covers his initial impressions of the device.
Now I am still going to recommend the Chuwi LapBook Air, only because it has 8 GB RAM, more on-board storage and a back-lit keyboard, but if price is a major concern this one can be had at a reasonable price and will perform equally well.
The basic specs are as follows:
Intel Celeron N3450 Apollo Lake CPU, Quad Core
Windows 10 Home
14 inch IPS FHD display
SSD Expansion slot
6 GB RAM
64 GB eMMC 5.1 on-board storage
Great keyboard and track pad
WIFI: 802.11 ac
As far as pricing goes, I do suggest shopping around although I understand that if you use coupon code: TECLASTS$200-$10 that you can get this device for about $219!
So without any further babbling on my part, here is the video. Make sure to subscribe to the TechTablets site if this stuff appeals to you!
Remember, the Chinese retailers change prices constantly, so make sure to be patient, wait for flash sales and check multiple sites.
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I don’t know about you folks, but a functional combo, with a fast processor and decent specs for under $160 is a darned sight better than a laptop costing $300-$500.
Yes there might be a few downsides to this arrangement, but it really does work niclely and I really do love having the mouse available on my Android. It makes for extremely easy and non-frustrating editing.
Toshiba debuted today a series of 2 in 1 laptops, that can also serve as tablets. These new models pack 2 axis hinges like the Lenovo Yoga units and they’re dubbed Satellite Radius and Satellite Fusion.
They are prepped to get Windows 10, offering quick access to Cortana via a dedicated key. Satellite Radius is a 4K convertible, that sports a 2 axis hinge, letting its screen rotate at a full 360 degrees. This provides 5 usage modes. There’s obviously laptop and tablet, but also stand, tent and presentation mode. The Radius has 3 versions, one of them with a 4K display in the mix.
The smallest one of them is a 14 incher called Radius 14, but there’s also a 15.6 inch slate with a 3840 x 2160 sub version, called Radius 15 4K Ultra HD. The 15 incher uses a 5th generation Intel COU, while the Radius 14 can get an Intel or AMD chip. The products debut on June 21st, with a starting price of $584 for the Radius 14 and $842 for the Radius 15.
Then there’s Satellite Fusion, a lower specced model than the Radius. It also has 5 operation odes, features a 15.6 inch Full HD screen, Onkyo speakers and a 5th gen Intel CPU, plus up to 12 GB of RAM. This model is available today, starting at $649.99.
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