The Teclast X80 Pro is a tablet for those who can’t decide if they should get a Windows or Android tablet…this has both!
When you power up the Teclast X80 you can pick which operating system you want to load up. Once loaded they work completely independently of each other so you’ll have to set up two tablets on a single device, for example you’ll need to log in to all your accounts on both.
The X80 itself is a little chunky but has a good sized screen. As you’ll see in the review video the screen is very reflective, it’s not something you’ll want to use in direct sunlight.
Both Android and Windows run very smoothly, to switch between them you’ll need to reboot the tablet and this can take a while. One tip with Windows, make sure to switch to tablet mode, it’s a much easier to use device when not in desktop mode.
I was pleasantly surprised at how well games run, they’re smooth and responsive and you’ve access to both the Google Play store as well as the Windows Store so you’ve loads of applications and games to choose from.
Aside from the reflective screen the camera is the only other weak area, photos are washed out and the colour representation isn’t very good. However, video was actually OK, it still suffered some colour issues but it didn’t suffer from being juddery.
In the long run you’ll likely just use one of the operating systems, but at least with this tablet you can have a good play around with both.
Teclast X80 Pro 8 Inch Dual Boot Tablet Video Review