The competition between Chuwi, Jumper, and Teclast is getting stronger. Recently the former two companies launched their own high-end ultrabook PCs. Now it’s the turn of Teclast. The latest creation of this brand is currently available for pre-order at GeekBuying at a price tag of $599.99. That simply means we are dealing with a real beast. But we have to take a closer look at its key features in order to understand what category it belongs to and what performance it is capable of providing. The Teclast F6 Pro is a 2-in-1 non-separable laptop. Thus no need to think of it as a tablet PC.
It is a convertible laptop with many advantages. This is a 2-in-1 ultrabook. So when looking at its dimensions and weight, many may think it’s a bit heavier than other models from the niche. But actually, the 319 x 210 x 14.3 mm dimensions and 1.37 kg weight are quite acceptable and don’t affect its portability.
Like many other models from the same niche the Teclast F6 Pro sports a 13.3-inch IPS screen with a Full HD resolution. As most of its competitors come with an identical display, no need to focus on it much. We just have to write down this feature and continue getting acquainted with the rest of specs. The Teclast F6 Pro sports an Intel Celeron m3 (7th generation) chip, which is paired with an 8GB RAM and 128GB SSD internal storage. But there is also an M.2 slot to expand the memory. This product supports stylus with 1024 steps.
Well, though the Teclast F6 Pro looks identical to other models from the ultrabooks market, there are some obvious differences as well. Say, the power button is not placed in the upper right corner. It’s on the right side. Moreover, the fingerprint scanner is placed in the upper left corner of the touchpad instead of the right side.