The Teclast X16 is a Surface clone with a quad-core CPU, 8GB RAM and $425 price tag

Microsoft's Surface line are considered by many to be the top of their class when it comes to a tablet hybrid PC, and it looks like overseas manufacturers have taken notice and created their own variation of the device.

Teclast, a company known for offering Windows and Android tablets, has released the X16. The X16 is a tablet device that runs Windows 10 and offers a magnetic keyboard cover. Although we have yet to get our hands on one, the detailed specifications look impressive with the 11-inch tablet offering a quad-core processor and 8GB RAM. The full details of the device have been listed below.

  • 11.6-inch 1920x1080 IPS retina capacitive touch screen
  • 14nm Intel Atom Cherry Trail Z8700 quad-core processor
  • Intel HD Graphics Gen8 16EU
  • 8GB LPDDR3 RAM with 64GB built-in storage (expandable)
  • Front-facing 2.0MP camera and Rear 5.0MP camera
  • Support for Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi, HDMI output and WiDi
  • Windows 10 & Android 5.1

But, just like the real thing, the keyboard cover won't be included in the $425 price tag and will have to be purchased separately. I have reached out to the company to see how much the keyboard cover will cost, but judging by previous models, it should land somewhere around $30.

The Teclast X16 is now available for preorder for $425 USD and will arrive toward the tail end of November.

Source: GeekBuying

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