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Teclast P30T: New tablet with Android 14 available for less than $100

Teclast P30T: Android tablet with the latest software
Teclast P30T: Android tablet with the latest software
A new tablet, the Teclast P30T, is now available with Android 14. The model is on offer at a very reasonable price and is aimed at customers with more general requirements.

The Teclast P30T is now available for direct import. Specifically, the model can be ordered via AliExpress at a price of just under $100 and the import duties should covered by the seller as part of the IOSS process. As usual, delivery is expected take a little longer, with the delivery date currently set for January 12. According to Teclast, the tablet will soon be available on Amazon, which will also make a purchase easier in terms of warranty rights.

The Teclast P30T is a tablet for beginners, but comes with an up-to-date operating system, namely Android 14, as Teclast models traditionally do not have a particularly strong update supply. Android 14 can also be used very well horizontally with the Parallel View app.

The SoC installed is the Allwinner A523, which has eight computing cores, but these are only Cortex A55 cores with speeds of up to 1.8 GHz, which are not particularly powerful. A Mali G57 GPU is integrated. 4 GB of RAM is on board, which can be expanded up to 6 GB via a type of swap file. The internal 128 GB of storage can be expanded via microSD card.

Two speakers and a 3.5 millimeter jack connection are also featured. The 6000 mAh battery is said have a runtime of up to seven hours for video playback, and the 10.1-inch screen has a resolution of 1280 x 800.

A possible alternative without Android 14: Buy the Teclast P26T on Amazon


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Silvio Werner, 2023-12-27 (Update: 2023-12-27)