Here’s a look at the 14.1-inch laptop made by Chinese manufacturer T-bao. For T-bao products, you’ve had problems with Windows licenses before (see the link below), and then you’ll be able to actively introduce the product in the Win tab and perform real-time reviews.
Entering 2019, I was somewhat disturbed by the fact that there was no real-time comment on the Win tab of “Banggood”, a normally well-cared-for Chinese mail order, and “How was T-bao’s license after that?”, which was answered by “No questions on the license now.” Still, the reasons for introducing T-bao’s PC here are “very interesting” and “I’m afraid no brave reader wants to buy it.”
First, the specifications are interesting. “Celeron + GeForce”. You’ve tried the “Celeron J3455 + GeForce 920M” combination in a previous review of the “T-bao Tbook X8S Pro” product, and while you’ve improved your benchmark score with GeGorce, “How about buying a PC around the Core i3 from the start?” That’s not the variability of online gaming.
With 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, the capacity is good. In addition, the display also uses a 14.1-inch IPS liquid crystal, full HD resolution, which can be said to be of sufficient quality.
The input/output ports are also sufficient. With three full-size (Type-A) USB ports and one Type-C port, as well as miniHDMI ports and microSD card readers, 14.1-inch USB ports are arguably more numerous.
Also, look at this image. There’s something like a webcam on the left side of the lower border. But there’s no description of the camera on the product pages of Gearbest, and it’s OK to just look at the image, so I’m “unsure” about the camera.
Because it is 14.1 inches in size, mobility is also in sight, but although the octopus is very small, it is slightly thicker and weighs 1.7 kg, so it may be difficult to carry around as a mobile notebook every day.
Next is the “fun” part of the chassis. Look! This keyboard. The top of the key is round. In the past 1 ~ 2 years or so, there has been an increase in the number of such circular keyboards, called “vintage” or “typewriter style”, which seems to have gained some popularity, but the vintage keyboards of notebook computers are still the first to be seen.
However, the keyboard of T-BAO TBOOK5 Pro has both a backlight and a fingerprint sensor in the lower right corner (blue button). It’s not clear about keystrokes and so on. Now, “Want to try!” But it’s going to be fun.
Side and bottom. The “bottom M.2 slot” that has recently become common in Chinese notebooks does not appear to be part of the product. Position of the input/output port. This can be said to be very satisfactory, as the size of 14.1 inches, can be said to be impeccable composition.
The housing material is “metal”. Also, as a win tab, “Talking about T-bao is the logo for the roof” (for those who care about very stylish logo designs, see the comments here), but with a little regret, or relief, the portrait quotes Gearbest’s product page, but it doesn’t seem to have a logo for the roof.