Teclast has been always known for its cost-effective tablets and laptops. But its latest creation can become the most affordable Windows 2-in-1 tablet yet. If you guess, we are talking about the Teclast X6 Pro, which is currently sold at $519.99 after applying the coupon (code: GBLIVETC20).
Many think everything coming from China should be a clone of this or that top brand. In some sense, maybe they are right. But this is also a great chance for many customers to get their hands on way more affordable models that are capable of providing almost the same performance and look nice. So we can take the Teclast X6 Pro as the underpowered and overweight Surface Pro clone. If it is going to be treated as a replica of such a powerful and well-known model, it should come with a decent specs list.
The first selling point of the Teclast X6 Pro is its 12.6-inch 3K, which is pushing out the unusual resolution of 2880×1920. The pixel density is as high as 275ppi. It covers 100% of the sRGB color space making it ideal for Photoshop and picture editing. The display itself uses full lamination technology. This is why the body of the Teclast X6 Pro stays at a slate thin 8.5mm. Due to the IPS technology, the tablet has excellent viewing angles.
Its touchscreen recognizes up to 10 fingers at once. Moreover, Teclast has created a companion stylus that comes with 1024 pressure levels.
As we said, the Teclast X6 Pro is considered to be the cheaper alternative of the Microsoft Surface Pro. So it’s logical to see many design elements inherited from its founding father. Say, it comes with a 135-degree rotating kick-out stand. Unlike the Surface, the X6 Pro actually has two full-sized USB 3.0 ports. Alongside the two USB’s, we can see a Type-C port, 3.5mm headphone jack, the power inlet and a micro HDMI port for connecting to external monitors and TVs.
This is not a cheap tablet PC that uses Intel’s low-powered ‘N’ range processor. The Teclast X6 Pro comes with a fully fledged Core M chip. While it’s still a dual-core chip, it has the benefit of being multi-threaded, meaning that it can run 4 processes at once. The Intel Core m3-7Y30 SoC has a max turbo frequency of 2.6GHz and a 4MB SmartCache. So it can easily run the full version of Windows 10 Home. The chip is also paired with an 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD.
Unfortunately, the manufacturer couldn’t make it ideal. The Teclast X6 Pro has an Achilles heel, which is gaming. Since it’s an Intel-based Windows tablet, it’s bundled with the UHD600 graphics chip. Shortly, it is good for editing photos and video, but it will suffer when playing new gaming titles.
The Teclast X6 Pro supports dual-band WiFi. We also have Bluetooth 4.0 to connect your headphones, mouse, and keyboard if needed.