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Teclast X5 Pro’s Low Price Point Makes it an Absolute Steal for a Core M3 Tablet PC

Chinese manufacturer Teclast is taking over the budget laptop-tablet convertible by storm with its Teclast X5 Pro convertible PC that comes armed with a 12.2 display which supports a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels. It is also powered by the 7th generation Intel Kaby Lake Core M3-7Y30 processor, that is further enhanced with 8GB of RAM.

One of the best parts about this sub $500 convertible is its powerful 14nm Intel Kaby Lake Core M3-7Y30 Dual Core 1.0GHz, processor that clocks up to 2.6GHz. It is not only incredibly fast for a budget laptop, but its ultra-low-voltage platform and dual-core processing provides for maximum high-efficiency power on the go. Furthermore, the Intel Turbo Boost Technology on board delivers dynamic extra power whenever you need an extra push.

This chipset is further complemented with a strong 8GB LPDDR3 RAM for advanced multitasking with Substantial high-bandwidth RAM to smoothly run your games, photos and video-editing applications, as well as multiple programs and browser tabs all at once.

In addition to the chipset above, the X5 comes with an Intel HD Graphic 615 GPU that has shared video memory provide high image quality for Internet use, basic photo editing and casual gaming.

This Windows 10 tablet PC also has a 12.2 inch 10-point IPS Full-view Touch Screen with 1920 x 1200 Resolution, which should make images look clear and sharp as well.

For a price of $474.99, the X5 Pro is definitely worth grabbing.

Purchase it here.

Zayne Seah
A tech geek going beyond specs.

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