To make sure that windows running tablets and smartphones stay competitive in the markets, Microsoft Corporation had reduced the licensing cost of its Windows OS. This move seems to have worked well for the technology giant. Globally recognized brands like Toshiba and Asus have recently introduced their cheapest Windows tablets.
To compete with these 2 devices, many small players have started launching products with similar or better specifications. One such manufacturer is Teclast. This Chinese company has introduced its X80h tablet PC. This device has been incorporated with a 32 GB storage capacity ROM. It features the powerful 1.87 GHz Bay Trail Z3735F quad-core 64 bit Intel processor.
It is fitted with an IPS 8.0 inch touchscreen. The display supports wide-angle 177 degrees views. Teclast X80H has DDR3L 2 GB RAM. It includes 2 speakers. This tablet packs with 2 cameras. It has a 5000 mAh battery, 3.5 mm headphone jack, SD, HDMI port and Bluetooth. Teclast X80H comes with 5 fingers multi-touch support. It supports playback of 4K videos. It has Intel HD graphics, WLAN, and USB port. This 8 inches tablet is 7.9 mm thin.
Teclast X80H costs just 7000 Indian Rupees (115 dollars). It is loaded with Skype, windows marketplace, Internet explorer and many other free apps. This tab has 0.367 kg weight. In China, X804 will rival Cube T7.
Update: Windows 10 OS was launched last year, but Microsoft has not introduced it for mobile devices yet. When it gets launched, X804 should get an OTA update for the same. Teclast sells tablets through many retailers. In India, you can buy its products on Snapdeal, Ebay, and Amazon India website.
The company’s latest X98 tab seems to be a clone of the iPad and interestingly, Teclast is selling the tab within the 23000 to 25000 Rs price range. Will you buy it?