Teclast recently announced plans to start manufacturing high-end notebook PCs under a new line called TBOLT. Indeed, the Chinese electronics manufacturer that has got a reputation for entry-level and affordable laptops and tablets, has now unveiled the TBolt 10 DG. The notebook is the first under a new high-end TBolt notebook series.
Teclast’s naming of the TBOLT 10 DG Notebook is quite confusing because the notebook isn’t 10 – inches in size. Rather, the laptop features a 15.6-inch IPS LCD Display with an FHD resolution of 1920x1080pixels.
Providing the power for the Teclast TBOLT 10 DG is an Intel Core i7-10510U (10th -generation) processor which uses a 14nm process, has 4 cores and 8 threads, and the turbo frequency can reach 4.9GHz. The notebook also packs an Intel Iris Xe Max graphics card with 4GB 128bit LPDDR4X-4266 VRAM. The notebook will also come with up to 8GB LPDDR4 RAM and there is 256GB SSD onboard. The laptop also has dual SSD Slots for storage expansion and supports NVMe. You also get WiFi 6, and Bluetooth 5.1 support, USB-C charging port, two USB 3.0 slots. It runs on Windows 10 Home.
Teclast TBOLT 10 DG also adopts a dual-fan design, with multiple heat dissipation holes. this design can prevent heat leakage during the conduction process, thereby achieving a better heat conduction effect. Teclast claims that even under high-level work for a long time, the whole system can maintain a constant temperature and run smoothly.
In terms of the build, the Teclast TBOLT comes with an ultra-thin body with a near-bezel-less display of which the lower bezel is the largest. The laptop is portable, has a metal body, and weighs just 1.82kg which makes it ultra-lightweight. It is also equipped with a backlit keyboard and has a large touchpad.
The price of the laptop is yet to be announced and it is expected to go on sale on Teclast’s website, Amazon, Lazada, and AliExpress soon.
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