T – bao Tbook X8S Pro a Chinese laptop with Apollo Lake SoC and Nvidia Geforce GPU

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The Chinese brands every day are launching more low-priced laptops with more advanced technical specifications and today we find the new T – bao Tbook X8S Pro a 15.6-inch laptop in the cheap range but with some interesting technical specifications. The hardware of this laptop will allow us to move Windows without problems since it has 6 GB of RAM and an M.2 disk, it also includes in the graphic section an NVIDIA GeForce 920M GPU that at least will allow us to play some 3D games at low settings.

The T-bao Tbook X8S Pro notebook includes the Apollo Lake Intel Celeron J3455 processor, a Quad Core manufactured in 14 nm with processors up to 2.24 GHz, an Intel HD Graphics 400 GPU and a dedicated NVIDIA GeForce 920M GPU with 2 GB of memory RAM. Integrated on motherboard we found 6 GB of RAM, a M.2 SSD of 128 GB, WiFi aC, Bluetooth 4.0 and a battery of 7.4V / 9000 mAh. The screen is a 15.6-inch IPS panel with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels that includes a 0.3 MP webcam at the top. At the connectivity level we found a USB Type-C port, two USB 3.0 ports, microHDMI video output, audio jack, network connector and SD card reader.

At the operating system level includes Windows 10 and the classic QWERTY keyboard which includes a touchpad as usual.

  • The T-bao Tbook X8S Pro notebook can be purchased at Gearbest.com from $359.99 including shipping.

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Just a Head Up for anyone interested in the onboard LAN. It’s a Realtek USB FE (10/100) Controller and I had to put the MAC address in so it doesn’t revert to 00-00-00-00-00-00 on powerups, which causes problems for DHCP. Must be a driver issue under Windows 10 Home x64. Works fine on linux (Solus).

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