Teclast M40 Air presented with Android 11, a 10.1-inch display and a MediaTek Helio P60 SoC
Teclast has introduced the M40 Air, another budget Android tablet by the company. Released after the M40 and M40 Pro, the M40 Air relies on a MediaTek Helio P60, an older chipset that Teclast pairs with 8 GB of LPDDR4X RAM. Additionally, the M40 Air comes with 128 GB of UFS 2.1 flash storage, expandable with up to 1 TB microSD cards. Incidentally, Teclast has included an LTE modem, should you need mobile connectivity.
Elsewhere, the M40 Air has a 10.1-inch IPS display that operates at 1,920 x 1,200 pixels, 300 nits and at a presumed 60 Hz. Considering that bezel thickness varies in Teclast's marketing images, we imagine that they are thicker than the company would like to suggest. For reference, the tablet has a 5 MP front-facing camera that Teclast complements with an 8 MP rear-facing sensor.
Moreover, Teclast includes a 6,000 mAh battery that supports 18 W fast charging, which contributes to its 430 g weight. Still, the tablet is just 7.8 mm thick. Separately, the M40 Air runs Android 11; it remains to be seen whether Teclast will ever release Android 12, though. Currently, the M40 Air is orderable on AliExpress for US$188.20. Alternatively, Teclast sells the tablet on Amazon, where it can be purchased for €269.99 or €200.99 with a €60 coupon.