So there’s no denying that it’s cheap. But is it any good then?
Well, the Teclast P25T has at least one surprise which is the Wi-Fi 6. So that’s not bad for the price.
Compared to the other cheapest 10-inch tablets you can get today, like the Fire HD 10 or the Lenovo Duet 3i which even has a keyboard included, the Allwinner A133 processor in the Teclast P25T has just below 50% of the processor power of the Fire HD 10 tablet.
Which means that it’s not really recommendable as a tablet for use over several years into the future. It’s mostly just useful as an Android tablet where you only buy it to browse the web, run background apps, or as a tablet where you only install apps because you need to use those apps in your daily life.
The other specs doesn’t make up for it either. But it also has 3GB RAM, 64GB storage, a 5000 mAh battery, BT 5.0, 2MP and 5MP front and rear cameras with rear LED, a 1280 x 800 resolution display, stereo speakers, both an audio jack and a USB C port, and sky blue and silver grey color choices.
– Jim Miller