Upcoming Teclast X98 Pro comes with great specs running Windows 10

Among all the Chinese tablet brands it is Telecast who already have proven to make good quality products in the past and seem to get their specs right. The upcoming Telecast X98 Pro runs along the same high value road with a Windows 10 install.

Anyone who has knowledge of Telecast products will already recognise the Telecast T98 from last year, the T98 Pro builds on that earlier model with a bump in specs to boost performance and usability.

A quad-core Intel Atom X5 Cherry Trail Z8500 CPU lies at the heart of the Telecast T98 Pro with 4GB RAM and 64GB of onboard memory. Storage can also be expanded on with the use of a micro SD card slot. A 9.7-inch display means for a portable device while a resolution of 2048 x 1536 should allow to you make the most of the panel and fill it with all the tabs and apps you want.

Although the specifications are quite robust, one of the most interesting factors here is the fact the Pro runs Windows 10 right out the box. With its new tablet-centric navigation features Windows 10 is a powerful tool for the Chinese tablet.

Others specifications includes HDMI connection, Bluethooth 4.0, a 5.0MP rear camera and a 2.0MP front-facing camera that should be enough for video conferences, the device specs sheets also includes the ability to reproduce videos in the 4K resolution, there is a speed sensor and also a gravity sensor present in the package, everything powered by a 8000mAh battery.

The overall dimensions of the Teclast X98 are of 240mm x 169mm x 7.9mm and the Tablets constructions mixes plastic with some metal finish. The device may be officially launched in September but so far the specs seems impressive, as well the possibility to have a quite portable desktop with you. The pricing info isn’t published here but we don’t expect anything below $200 for these specs, and the segment, where the competition isn’t hard as it is for smartphones. Leave your opinion about the new Teclast X98.

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