Teclast Tbook 10: Another Z8300 dual-boot tablet on the prowl


1459994342014599042We’ve already seen a flurry of dual-booting Windows + Android tablets this season, a majority of which feature the Intel Atom Z8300 SoC. Well, if that wasn’t enough… here’s another.

Known as the Tbook 10, this Windows 10 + Android 5.1 tablet comes from the Teclast stables. As you would expect, Teclast call it a ‘2 in 1’, simply for it has the ability to latch on to a keyboard that’s sold as an accessory.

That said, the Tbook 10 does feature 4GB of RAM (most other Z8300 tablets we’ve seen lately come with 2GB). Let’s take a quick look at the full specifications of the Tbook 10.

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Upfront is a 10.1-inch 1920 x 1200 pixel display, with 64GB of ROM, the 1.44GHz quad-core 64-bit Intel Cherry Trail Z8300 SoC, a 2 mega-pixel front-facing camera, and a 22800mWh battery.

The keyboard accessory that’s sold as a standalone does have a bit of a MacBook feel about it… at least in the pictures. At $189.89 shipped, the Teclast Tbook 10 isn’t all that expensive; however, how good the device is will be known after a few early adopters get their hands on the device.

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24 Comments

  1. Roberto Tomás
    April 12, 2016

    isnt their t3 pro, or whatever it is called, coming out soon. the ~$500 one with a core M processor and 8GB ram. I’ve been waiting for that thing…

  2. Stef
    April 12, 2016

    Again, no weight is being reported. *Again* I’d have to look for it on the ‘net.

    How are we supposed to know how practical a tablet is for long use if we don’t know one of the most important predictors of that. If it weighs a metric tonne, this tablet is of no consideration…

    • balcobomber25
      April 12, 2016

      That’s one thing I agree with you on. I use my tablet mainly to watch movies/shows, meaning I am holding it for a considerably amount of time.

    • April 12, 2016

      Hey Stef. I don’t know if you’ve mentioned it before (about the mention of the weight of a device missing), but I think it’d make for a nice addition.

      Expect to see that bit of info in future posts, whenever possible. Cheers!

      • Stef
        April 12, 2016

        I think I have mentioned it in a couple of my posts before. Maybe it was on another site, I don’t remember.

        Thanks for taking it into consideration though. Very much appreciated!

  3. Tomasz Płókarz
    April 12, 2016

    According to Intel. Z8300 officially support 2 GB RAM. http://ark.intel.com/products/87383/Intel-Atom-x5-Z8300-Processor-2M-Cache-up-to-1_84-GHz

    So, how 4 GB works in sophisticated tests?

    • Rob
      April 12, 2016

      I believe it can run 4gb in single channel mode. Had this discussion on another forum.

    • highwind
      April 12, 2016

      Increased BGA package size since launch of Z8300

      Nothing new or spectacular, there a dozen Z8300s with 4 gigs, I got an X98 Plus myself

      • Gourav Podder
        April 29, 2016

        i was searching for a user os x98 plus and atlast i found you 😀 can u plz give me a review about the camera? should i take x98 plus or xaomi mi pad2?

  4. Roberto Tomás
    April 12, 2016

    isnt their t3 pro, or whatever it is called, coming out soon. the ~$500 one with a core M processor and 8GB ram. I’ve been waiting for that thing…

  5. Stef
    April 12, 2016

    Again, no weight is being reported. *Again* I’d have to look for it on the ‘net.

    How are we supposed to know how practical a tablet is for long use if we don’t know one of the most important predictors of that. If it weighs a metric tonne, this tablet is of no consideration…

    • balcobomber25
      April 12, 2016

      That’s one thing I agree with you on. I use my tablet mainly to watch movies/shows, meaning I am holding it for a considerably amount of time.

    • Yash Garg
      April 12, 2016

      Hey Stef. I don’t know if you’ve mentioned it before (about the mention of the weight of a device missing), but I think it’d make for a nice addition.

      Expect to see that bit of info in future posts, whenever possible. Cheers!

    • Stef
      April 12, 2016

      I think I have mentioned it in a couple of my posts before. Maybe it was on another site, I don’t remember.

      Thanks for taking it into consideration though. Very much appreciated!

  6. Tomasz Płókarz
    April 12, 2016

    According to Intel. Z8300 officially support 2 GB RAM. http://ark.intel.com/products/87383/Intel-Atom-x5-Z8300-Processor-2M-Cache-up-to-1_84-GHz

    So, how 4 GB works in sophisticated tests?

    • Rob
      April 12, 2016

      I believe it can run 4gb in single channel mode. Had this discussion on another forum.

    • provokanter Tabellenführer
      April 12, 2016

      Increased BGA package size since launch of Z8300

      Nothing new or spectacular, there a dozen Z8300s with 4 gigs, I got an X98 Plus myself

    • Gourav Podder
      April 29, 2016

      i was searching for a user os x98 plus and atlast i found you 😀 can u plz give me a review about the camera? should i take x98 plus or xaomi mi pad2?

  7. Crake
    April 13, 2016

    Again, no 4G connections…workless!

  8. Crake
    April 13, 2016

    Again, no 4G connections…workless!

  9. Pete Scoffield
    May 11, 2016

    Design looks pretty nice and I’ve seen it on sale at geekbuying already.

  10. Pete Scoffield
    May 11, 2016

    Design looks pretty nice and I’ve seen it on sale at geekbuying already.

  11. Nadam
    July 4, 2016

    Hello, price dropped to $199 on Geekbuying, shipped from the Spanish warehouse. Do you suggest it at that price?

  12. Nadam
    July 4, 2016

    Hello, price dropped to $199 on Geekbuying, shipped from the Spanish warehouse. Do you suggest it at that price?