Teclast announces new tablet Teclast P30HD! It is a tablet with enhanced entertainment such as a display while continuing to be equipped with the entry-class SoC SC9863A!
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Features of Teclast P30HD:
The design of P30HD has been changed to a square design like the T series. Is the T40 Pro the closest in terms of design?
The body of the previous model P20HD was too familiar because other manufacturers used the same housing. But I felt fresh by renewing the housing. However, since it is a familiar design in the Teclast brand.
The housing is made of metal. The thickness is 7.8 mm, which is thinner for 10-inch class tablets. By the way, for tablets of similar thickness, the 7.5mm of Lenovo Tab P11 is a good candidate.
I have touched the actual LAVIE Tab T11 T1175 / BAS with similar specifications, but I felt that it was rather thin in terms of experience, even though it was inferior to the higher-end model (T1195 / BAS).
The thickness of LAVIE Tab T11 T1175 / BAS and P30HD is different in detail, but LAVIE Tab T11 T1175 / BAS is often exhibited at home electronics mass retailers, so those who are wondering what it feels like to have.
The SoC installed in P30HD is Unisoc’s SC9863A. Needless to say, this is Unisoc’s entry-level SoC.
Memory / storage is 4GB / 64GB, which is also deferred. It’s a pretty good entry tablet, but …
The housing has been completely redesigned, but it seems that the SoC and memory/storage will be deferred from the previous model P20HD. This is a little disappointing point.
It is no exaggeration to say that the display is the most advanced point in P30HD. Utilizing TDDI technology, the display and touch panel are integrated, and full lamination effectively suppresses reflection.
TDDI (Touch and Display Driver Integration) is a technology that simplifies design by integrating the touch panel control controller and display driver into one chip instead of separately and reducing the number of parts required.
By reducing the number of parts, there are merits such as shortening the wiring length and cost-cutting, so it is a technology that is being adopted sequentially in Teclast tablets. In addition, the touch sampling rate is 120Hz and the touch accuracy is also improved.
The display size is 10.1 inches, and the resolution is 1,920 x 1,200, maintaining the FHD class. If you think of it as an entry class, you’re doing a great job!
As far as the features of the P30HD display are concerned, it feels pretty good on an entry-class tablet, and you can feel the power of Teclast!
P30HD speakers are stereo. Since it is a lower P series, it seems that the number of speakers has been reduced to differentiate it from the upper model T series quad speakers.
However, the speaker positions have been changed from the bottom two locations to the left and right two locations. It is preferable to spread the sound to the left and right, but the risk of covering the speaker with your hands is high, so changing the position of the speaker has advantages and disadvantages.
The camera of Teclast P30HD has evolved a little with 8 million pixels on the back and 5 million pixels on the front. Tablets can be used for video calls, so it can be said that it is a nice evolution for those who make heavy use of in-cameras.
However, please note that overconfidence is prohibited because software tuning by the manufacturer is also an important factor in terms of image quality!
The official direct sales price of Teclast P30HD $116, which is the same price range as the P20HD. Although the SoC and memory/storage are deferred and seemingly unsatisfactory, it can be said that it is a tablet with a brushed-up entertainment aspect centred on the display.
The SC9863A is indeed an entry-class SoC, so it should be noted that it is not suitable for high-load work, but I think it is perfect for those who want to watch videos in high quality for the time being.
However, if you are using the previous model P20HD, the punch is thin to buy a new one. I also think. If you are thinking of replacing the P20HD with a new one, it is a good idea to look back on how you use it!