In our day-to-day lifestyles, PC systems are starting to play an unchangeable function, and we’re dependent on our computer systems for many things. Because of which many agencies have begun investing in this zone and therefore this market is full of reduce-throat opposition. In such marketplace situations, an organization named Teclast has earned the reputation inside the price range category. As 2018 has started Teclast is all set to deliver a new version of the notebook. Our today’s protagonist, that new notebook is known as Teclast F7 Notebook.
The Teclast F7 Notebook comes with an upgraded version of both hardware, capabilities and a few extensive accessories and manifestly surpasses its predecessor. The best part the price range is under $250. Let’s dive into the details to know Teclast F7 Notebook better:
The new Teclast F7 Notebook is a product designed for the ones looking for a premium experience but at the cost-effective price. As you can see, never judge a laptop by its price, especially Teclast F7 Notebook. This is because quality over performs price. This notebook shows a sincerely high-quality layout. The ones who have a skilled eye will find similarities with Apple’s MacBook Air’s layout.
The laptop is forged from aluminum, despite the stupendously low price tag. The holding experience is even higher with the sleek body of only 13.5 mm and a lightweight of 1.23 kg.
Moving to the keyboard, it’s not metal but plastic which is fine because of the price tag. However, the good thing is that it’s a full-sized keyboard and a key area of 19.5mm which is considered best for writing. Sadly, we miss the old keyboard backlighting. There are the top three LEDs at the top left as well on the keyboard.
Thanks to the 14-inch size, the trackpad is really large and smooth. It supports smart gestures such as zoom out and zoom in, scrolling and so on.
The Teclast F7 Notebook integrates a generous 14.1-inch screen with a 16:9 show ratio. The unique rate is considered best for productivity, but you might see the widescreen movies instead of full-screen. Obviously, there’s a solution for that as well. You can fix that the media player aspect ratio settings.
The resolution of the screen is 1920 x 1080 pixel, and sometimes it’s hard to believe that we are getting a 14-inch FHD screen which is also IPS and touch-enabled at the same time all under $250. Moreover, the IPS panel offers a better display, view angles and a perfect color contrast. The OS ‘Windows 10’ is highly optimized for touch notebooks and this is where one can get the advantage of Teclast F7 Notebook.
Under the hood, we discover a traditional Intel Celeron N3450, a quad-core SoC capable of reaching 2.6 GHz. The SoC can be a down point if the RAM is low, but that’s not the case with Teclast F7 Notebook. The notebook comes with a 6 GB DDR3 RAM and a 64GB eMMC storage. Because of 7th Gen Intel HD 500, you can play casual games like Asphalt 8 but not the high-end games like Witcher 3.
Obviously, the storage is quite low, but the notebook offers a solution to this as well, by providing you the SSD M2. Slot to add SSD up to 1 TB.
It’s rare to find USB 3.0 port on a $250 laptop. Well, Teclast F7 Notebook features not just one but two USB 3.0 ports. And believe it or not, we even have a USB Type-C port as well. The other ports include Micro HDMI, the Micro SD slot, and the headphone jack. The WiFi is dual band supporting the IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n wireless. There’s even Bluetooth 4.0.
Did the notebook miss any important port? Well, it has every connectivity option you need.
At the top, we have the 2-megapixel front cam for video calling. The camera might be poor, but we have the dual microphones with noise canceling for advanced voice recording.
Under the metal hood, we a 4900mAh battery. Though we have the Full-HD screen and a 6GB RAM, thanks to the energy-efficient SOC the battery timing is around 4 – 5 hours. However, it makes take some time about 3 hours to charge the battery to 100% as the quick charge is not supported. In the ideal condition, the laptop’s battery went down to 20% only, as you can see in the picture below.
The Teclast F7 Notebook has the same look as its previous F series notebook and preserves a little bit similar resemblance to the MacBook Pro. It comes handiest within the silver shade variation. Every port is provided there even Type-C and 3.0. The RAM is 6GB, the screen is 14-inch Full-HD and IPS, and even we have dual microphones. What else do we need a $250 notebook?
- Full-HD, IPS (Touch)
- Metal Built
- 6GB RAM
- Dual Microphone (Voice Cancelling)
- SSD Slot
- Numerous connectivity options
- Poor camera
- No backlight
- Mediocre battery at moderate performance
At this moment the Teclast F7 Notebook is available at $249.99 in only white/silver color. You can buy it from the button given below: