Apple made one-handed tablet use possible with the iPad mini a few years back. However, most makers in China still seem to believe in the ‘bigger, the better’ mantra.
Teclast has a few smaller tablets in the offering, but the new TBook 16 is definitely not one of them. It comes with a rather large 11.6-inch display.
Unlike other dual-booting devices we’ve been witnessing, the TBook 16 isn’t a laptop/netbook, but a standalone tablet. You can, of course, pair it with a keyboard. But it doesn’t come with one attached to its body.
As for the specifications, the TBook 16 comes with the 64-bit, quad-core Intel Cherry Trail Z8300 that has also been found inside a lot of other new tablets. With that, the device has 4GB RAM, 64GB on-board storage and 2 mega-pixel cameras on the front and rear.
The 11.6-inch panel of the TBook 16 has a resolution of 1920 x 1080p, aka Full HD. The tablet comes with an 8000mAh battery, and is priced $237 shipped.
Regarding its capability to dual boot, the tablet can boot into either Android 5.1 Lollipop or Windows 10 right out of the box.