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Teclast X6 Plus – Convertible yet compact laptop!

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Teclast is one of the few Chinese competitor brands still in business. Over the last several years, it has released hundreds of tablets and laptops in collaboration with its archrival Chuwi. The Teclast X6 Plus is a convertible laptop with a removable keyboard that competes with the Surface Pro 7. However, without the price tag, it’s one of its most recent products. There is no picture finish between both the two, but is the Teclast X6 Plus still a good buy?

Pricing and availability

Teclast X6 Plus

The Teclast X6 Plus laptop was released on Sunday, March 21, 2021, it is available for $430 without the keyboard or active stylus from the popular Chinese online shop Aliexpress. Add $50 for the first accessories and $30 for the second. Shipping and local taxes are subject to the standard terms and conditions.

Design of Teclast X6 Plus

Teclast X6 Plus - Convertible yet compact laptop!

On the tablet’s top left there’s the power button, adjacent to the volume rocker. Near the opposite corner, there is a microSD card slot. The headset jack, a USB 3.0 port, another USB 3.0 port, a barrel-type proprietary power port, a micro HDMI connection, and a USB Type-C connector are distributed along the two shorter sides.

There’s also a magnetic keyboard dock connector, a 135-degree kickback stand, and two Omnivision cameras (front 2-megapixel and rear 5-megapixel). Everything is squeezed into an 8.5mm chassis barely larger than an A4 sheet and a weight of only 860g.


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The X6 Plus was equipped with an Intel Celeron N4100, a common entry-level quad-core processor that performs similarly to a seventh-generation Core i3 CPU. It comes with Intel’s UHD600 graphics, 8GB of RAM, and a 256GB SATA SSD. In addition, a Qualcomm QCA9377 Wi-Fi processor breaks Intel’s market exclusivity with the AC and AX series.

The RAM and SATA SSD are above and beyond at the passing level – 8GB/256GB which is the absolute minimum nowadays. Because of its thicker-than-normal construction, the provided keyboard cover is actually fantastic, with just the right amount of movement. The little touchpad is firm and precise, responding to single and double finger gestures.

After resolving the Wi-Fi issue, Teclast X6 Plus tablet has work to do with the X6 Plus to elevate it from a nice tablet to a serious rival among commercial Windows tablets. There are sufficient opponents to sway punters looking for a higher-than-1080p goal but unwilling to pay a significant premium.

It also includes a 38WHr battery and an optional detachable keyboard cover, as is a 24W (12V,2A) brick power supply.

Features of Teclast X6 Plus

Teclast X6 Plus laptop

The 12.6-inch display has a pixel density of 274ppi at 2880 x 1920 and a resolution of 2880 x 1920. This results in clean, razor-sharp images with equally excellent color reproduction even in intense ambient light. For what it’s worth, Teclast claims 121% sRGB color spectrum coverage and supports Microsoft’s Pen Protocol.

The Teclast X6 Pro laptop battery is 5000mAh and 7.6V to provide adequate autonomy, and Windows 10 Home is available as an operating system. Intel Wireless AC, Bluetooth 4.0, a USB-C charging connector, and a USB 3.0 connection port are among the connectivity options. The processor is created in a 14nm technique, which provides for high energy efficiency in a laptop as well as a decent user experience. In addition to the device, a stylus for its touchscreen and a support base will allow you to place the screen in numerous positions. In addition to the cover, it comes with a keyboard that allows you to use it as a laptop too.

Competitors of Teclast X6 Plus

The aim of the Teclast X6 Plus laptop is at people who want a Windows tablet with a high-quality display capable of resolutions higher than 1080p, as well as 8GB of RAM and 256GB storage for less than $500.

Amazon has the cheapest Microsoft Surface Pro 7 laptop for $615. It has a 10th gen Intel Core i3-1005G1 processor, which is almost twice as powerful as the N4100 inside the X6 Plus, stronger Wi-Fi, enterprise-grade security, and significantly longer battery life. On the other side, it has just 4GB of RAM and half the inbuilt memory, as well as an almost 50% price increase.

Chuwi’s Ubook X is another viable option, as it costs only $390 and has very similar specifications. However, with a lesser screen resolution (2150 x 1440 or QHD). Is it worthwhile? Most likely not. The Alldocube KNote X Pro, which costs much less and has a more powerful processor, is the most tempting option. The savings are due to a smaller storage capacity (128GB) and a little lower resolution.


Once the Wi-Fi issue is resolved, Teclast still has work to do with the X6 Plus to upgrade it from a decent tablet to a strong contender among corporate Windows tablets. There are cheaper alternatives that are excellent enough to entice consumers who want a higher-than-1080p resolution but don’t want to pay a large premium.

In the end, it will come down to whether the end-user thinks having nearly three times the pixels of a Full HD display is beneficial or not, especially on a gadget with entry-level components. To achieve Surface Pro-level performance, the next model should undoubtedly boost the ante without raising the price. Change the processor, add quicker PCIe storage, improved power management, and a fingerprint reader on the side, and Teclast has a winner on its hands.

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