There are a few reasons why people go for tablets instead of laptops nowadays. Although both have different capabilities, there is no denying that tablets are typically more portable. Unlike laptops that have a keyboard as a permanent addition, tablets usually don’t include this part. Sure, some tablets are offered with a keyboard case, but it doesn’t need to be attached all the time. When you need it compact, the keyboard is easy to remove. Here’s a review of the Teclast Master T10.
The Teclast Master T10 has a bulky appearance, but it’s expected from a 10-inch tablet. The whole body is made of plastic, which can easily be mistaken for metal. The screen is covered in glass. This additional coating keeps it away from scratches and smudges. There are 2 colors available, gold and silver. They’re part of the reason why the tablet looks premium despite the plastic construction. The front is clean, there is nothing except the screen, bezels, and camera of 8MP. A little to the right is the light notification. It would blink if there are new messages or other notifications coming in. Judging by the placement of the rear camera, it seems that the tablet is intended to be used vertically. On top there are several ports along with a power button and volume rocker. Meanwhile, on one side you can find the headphone jack.
The tablet offers a 10.1-inch IPS display. The 2560 x 1600 resolution makes the screen look sharp. Color reproduction is exceptional for a device in the mid-range category. It’s also very bright, coupled with antiglare properties, the tablet performs seamlessly in bright environments. And when it’s dark, you can lower the brightness to a comfortable value, so it doesn’t put a strain on your eyes. There’s automatic brightness, but we feel more comfortable with manual settings. The viewing angles are sufficient. It doesn’t lose contrast or color that much when it’s viewed from certain angles.
It’s powered by a Mediatek MTK8176 Hexacore processor and 4GB of RAM. It also has 64GB of storage, expandable up to 128GB via a microSD card. With these specs, the Teclast Master T10 proves itself to be a reliable machine for casual activities, such as web browsing, checking emails, streaming, etc. Gaming is a possibility, but it doesn’t have the snappiest processor, so we’d advise to rule out that option especially if you’re an avid game who prefers graphics-intensive games. It’s only suitable for simple games that don’t push it to extreme performance. As for the interface, it runs the Stock Android 7.0 Nougat. The experience is smooth so far, but still lags behind top performers like the Mi Pad 3.
The 13MP rear camera takes good photos as long as there’s enough light around. In a fairly dim indoor scene, the captures aren’t as good. They’re still better than captures from the front camera, though. Despite packing a fairly large sensor, the 8MP front camera creates mediocre photos. However, it’s still usable for video calls. If you want to buy a tablet solely for its camera performance, this is not something to be excited about.
Teclast Master T10 specs:
- 10.1-inch 2560×1600 IPS LCD display
- MediaTek MTK8176 Hexacore processor
- 4GB of RAM, 64 of storage
- Android 7.0 Nougat
- 13MP rear camera, 8MP front camera
- 8100mAh battery