Teclast has launched a few quite attractive laptops, recently. Among them, we should mention the Teclast F7, Teclast F5, and the Teclast F6 Pro. But as you see, the latter has a suffix of Pro, which means it should differ from the regular model. But where has the original model been? It turns out the company released it only now. The original Teclast F6 is already available for purchase at a price tag of $289.99.
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This is the case, when we can say everything on this laptop is perfect. We don’t say it’s a high-end notebook. But say the Teclast F6 is a bucket machine, a term that describes a product with no obvious shortcomings.
One of the most attractive features of the Teclast F6 is its slim and slick design. It has a thickness of 13mm only. The entire body is made of aluminum. So it’s durable and a lightweight at the same time (1.2kg). Many think a thin body won’t allow the manufacturer to put many interfaces on the sides. Plus, you can think the battery capacity will be affected as well. Fortunately, Teclast doesn’t think so. There are two USB 3.0 ports, a micro HDMI port, 3.5mm and DC jacks, and a TF card slot. Thus, it doesn’t support LAN connectivity. Instead, it supports a dual-band WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0. As for the battery, the Teclast F6 sports a 5000mAh battery. The latter can provide up to 6 hours of a video playback or 10 hours of mix use.
As for the core features, the Teclast F6 is packed with a 13.3-inch IPS screen with a Full HD resolution. Above the display, we can find a 2MP camera, which has been placed there for HD video calls. Under the hood, the Teclast F6 carries an Intel Apollo Lake N350 well-known quad-core processor, which comes with a clock speed of 1.1GHz, runs on a 14nm process node, and is paired with the 9th Generation HD Graphics. The chip is also coupled with a 6GB of RAM and a 128GB of SSD storage, but it also supports a memory expansion option.