Showcasing the Teclast F5 Laptop

When it comes to laptops some people want a laptop that provides a touch screen to make it easier to use when you don’t want to have to move around a mouse the whole time. Touch screen laptops can get very expensive especially ones that have a large screen size. The Teclast F5 Laptop is one that is very affordable and provides a nice sized 11.5-inch screen making it very easy to view items as well as being able to have the ease of touching your screen as opposed to having to use a mouse. What is also great about this laptop is that is works on a 360-degree hinge so you can pull the screen back behind the keyboard and use it as a tablet. I really love laptops that are essentially a hybrid device which gives any user who is wanting a tablet as well as a laptop. This laptop comes loaded with Windows 10, 8GB of DDR Ram and a 1920×1080 IPS screen.


Intel UHD Graphics 600 GPU
Provides high image quality for Internet use, basic photo editing and casual gaming
11.6 inch FHD IPS Screen with 1920 x 1080 Resolution
Offers good experience for watching videos and browsing the Web
8GB DDR4 RAM for Advanced Multitasking
Substantial high-bandwidth RAM to smoothly run your games, photos and video-editing applications
128GB SSD Storage Capacity

For those looking for a very affordable laptop/tablet hybrid, I highly recommend the Teclast F5 Laptop. This device is very inexpensive and is quite a powerful laptop for what it offers. I have always been a fan of these type of hybrid laptops giving you multiple options of easy accessibility at a reduced cost is something everyone should want. If you want to learn more about this laptop or purchase it for yourself or as a gift, please click on the Gearbest image below.

Brian Daniels
I've been writing and covering many forms of entertainment such as comedy shows, and arcade bars as well as reviewing video games and more for the past decade. I love to write and I am blessed to be able to have the opportunities that I have had in the entertainment and technology fields.
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