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Teclast P20HD Tablet (Android 10, 10.1", 4GB/64GB, Octa-Core, 4G LTE) US$106.16 (~A$148.29) Delivered @ Fasttech

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A cheaper alternative to the Alldocube iPlay 20 with near identical specifications. Currently a lot of brands are releasing 10.1" Android 10 tablets with the same CPU, RAM and storage so we're bound to see more in the near future.

The main difference between them besides price is that the Teclast has a slightly better rear camera, but lacks B28 and potentially no Gorilla Glass. Otherwise the hardware is the same.

AU$ based on current Mastercard rate, 3.5% cashback at Cashrewards.

Specifications

  • 10.1" IPS 1920x1200 Display
  • Android 10 w/ Google Play
  • UNISOC SC9863A Octa-Core CPU
  • PowerVR GE8322 GPU
  • 4GB RAM
  • 64GB Storage w/ Micro SD Support
  • 6000mAh Battery w/ USB Type-C
  • Dual 4G SIM Support
  • GPS, FM Radio, 3.5mm Audio
  • WiFi 2.4G/5G, Bluetooth 5.0
  • 3G: B1/B2/B5/B8
  • 4G: B1/B3/B5/B7/B8/B20/B34/B38/B39/B40/B41
  • 5 MP Rear Camera, 2 MP Front Camera

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  • What’s with all these China tablets popping up again? Was all the rage for a while but seemed to die off in recent years.

    • You can partly thank COVID for that. There has been an increase in demand for tablets again and UNISOC have made their CPU more affordable compared to MediaTek so manufacturers are opting to use that instead.

      Currently there are offerings from Blackview, Teclast, Alldocube and Pipo with almost identical 10.1" tablets using the SC9863A.

  • Able to use this as a computer display?

    • Plenty of apps out there that'll let you do it.

    • Able to use it as Phone or is SIM just for mob.data?

      (Samsung once had a 10" tab (eg, the "Note 10"?) that was phone + Android tab, years ago)

      • You can still do that with samsung tablets with 4g. Source I got tab s4 4g that can receive and make calls.

  • If I known they'd be these type of tablets going cheap I wouldn't of bothered risking my health and my family's to get my Samsung fixed

  • If you need something that's 10" basicly only for YouTube and coles/wool shopping will this do or better off with the Lenovo M10

    • If you need something that's 10"

      ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

    • The M10 edges it overall in my opinion (except for 4G) but its nowhere near worth the price - 150 vs 369 ROFL.
      I actually believe this SoC is faster than the P22 in the Lenovo!
      And despite the brand name, Lenovo basically abandons their tablets so in terms of updates basically expect none for either device

      At 150 its seriously good value assuming it works like you'd expect (there's no real reviews out there)

      • The M10 is 250, the fhd version I guess is ithe price you mentioned

        • I revise my opinion
          The specs are very similar but on paper the M10 its nowhere near worth the price - 150 vs 250 if you say

          The big unknown is the software on this, out of the gate Lenovo's build is nice and clean, no idea about how this one works, whether you have to mess around to get Google Play installed, yada yada - comments in an advertising video on youtube that Google Play works but who knows

          At 150 its seriously good value assuming it works like you'd expect (there's no real reviews out there) and you can get normal Google Play going on it

    • for $370???? No thanks.

  • I wonder if Unisoc is releasing these cheap so as to get their name in the market more, because their Tiger line of chips are seriously quick and real competition for Snapdragon/Kirin

    This chip is sadly not, but for a $150 tablet it's hard to expect too much.

    • Yes that's correct. It came in with their change of name to Unisoc. It's not a bad strategy when MediaTek is dominating the budget market and the Snapdragon 400 series is still too costly. They're not Allwinner either so that's a big plus.

  • This doesn't have the laminated screen like the iPlay 20.

    Was doing research earlier and the consensus was the iPlay 20 was the better of the 2 and comes in at around $170.

    I ended up purchasing the iPlay 20.

  • Can anyone recommend a decent budget 7/8" tablet that would replace my Nexus 7 (2013) - I think these 10" ones would be too uncomfortable to use as a reader.

  • How do I get these to stand? Is there a case for it?

  • We can't ship these items to Australia. :(

  • My expeeience with chinese tablets is that it will not last more than 1 year. First to go is the port (usb c or b) then batteries.

    I would stay away from them

    Also there will not be any updates…

    • It's easy to fix if to use a magnetic connector for 10$. I did that with all my devices and it is incredible convenient.

      • Where do you get these connectors ?

        • Ebay, just search for magnetic usb-c or microusb

          • @alenpelin: Thanks mate ;) Never came across a product like this !

          • @alenpelin: I like the idea but haven't found a magnetic connector that is compatible with a type c and type b cable. My charger is type c and my car is old school type b…

            • @oztraze: @mynameisborat beware they are all very similar, but there is a notable difference i.e. support quick charge or not; support data or not; support Thundebolt-3 or not; support video-output etc. For phone charging (I never connect phone via cable for data) the best magnetic connector is of round shape, but it is a bit bulkier and it may be incompatible with your phone case.

              @oztraze wow, the only use for Type-B in my experience was printer :D a magnetic connector for a printer is hilarious

              • @alenpelin: I'm pretty sure if it's for data it's a 4 core cable so it has power too. Majority still use 4 cores anyway no matter how they label it because people don't buy cables for specific tasks in general

    • https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/246645

      My Chuwi is still fine after more than 4 years, despite cracked screen.

      • As is my 18 month old Chuwi Hi9 Pro (8.4 inch).

        Bought to update my Nexus 7 2013, and is a great buy.

    • Not to mention the frustrating UI lags.

  • There haven't been many good options for cheap Chinese tablets for about 3 years. Looks like that might be finally changing

  • Would this be ok for 4x4 maps attached In the car? Conscious this will just become a paper weight. Or just get a second hand Samsung?

  • I'm waiting for the Tiger T7520

  • It says single sim in the link.

    • That's a mistake. It's actually dual SIM plus one slot shared with the micro SD card. I checked my specifications with Teclast before posting.

      • Are you sure? I think their "dual 4G network" means FDD+TDD, and there is only one SIM slot. At least that's what's on my P10HD.

  • Hey guy's, been a bit away from OzBargain so a little out of the loop.

    Looking for a cheap 10 inch tablet for pretty much watching YouTube, don't really care about sim support, but would like something faster than say a Snapdragon 630 which I find sluggish.

    Don't want to pay those Samsung dollars

  • No Widevine L1 means you cant watch netflix in HD, keep that in mind if you were look for an entertainment tablet.

  • People need to stop posting these. Every time i get more and more tempted to buy this simply as a larger screen for my fate grand order waifus.
    $150 just to play that game 4" larger sint worth it, but boy am i close to doing it.

  • Got the iplay 20 worked out at 180$ meh only need it for YouTube and something that is okay to be thrown and stepped on that isn't too exxy sighbb

  • I will jump on one if they have finger scan unlock.

  • Found a good review:
    https://youtu.be/COnGqPrLsvo

    Ordered, cost $A159.48 with Australia Expedited Air.

    • It is Chinese version without Play Store. Anyone knows how to get Play Store in this tablet?

      • You can re-flash it with the European firmware. I purchased one and had the issue with no play store. After applying the new firmware you have play store installed.

        • Just did this and all good now, very happy with the tablet. Thank you anyway.