The 15.6-inch laptops are slowly falling out of favor, pushed aside by the smaller 13.3 and 14-inch models, which many consider to be more portable. The larger form factor has its advantages, especially if you are looking for a professional laptop.
Teclast F15 15.6 inch laptop – $ 348.99 at Gearbest
(£ 286.18 / AU $ 561.88)
The Teclast F15 is living proof that 15 inch laptops are not yet dead. The attractive all-metal body, the backlit keyboard and the generous screen are all attractive qualities. If you don't mind the ports sitting on the back of the device, this could be the laptop for you.
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At just under $ 350 (or £ 286.19 / AU $ 561.88) excluding shipping and taxes, the Teclast F15 is almost certainly the best 15.6 inch laptop on the market today, for several reasons.
The large screen means there is a lot of real estate for a dedicated numeric keypad – a boon for bean counters, spreadsheet enthusiasts, and anyone who relies on ASCII codes.
The F15 also has a quad-core Intel Celeron N4100 processor, combined with 8 GB of LPDDR4 memory and a 256 GB SATA SSD. Although you may consider the CPU to be disappointing, the Celeron should not be underestimated. valued; according to CPUBenchmark, it's as fast as an Intel Core i3-7020U.
In addition, this all-metal device is both thin (only 15 mm thick) and relatively light (1.8 kg), with a 7 mm bezel and a screen-to-body ratio of 91%.
To achieve this impressive feat, the engineers brought in a barrel hinge and pushed most of the connectors to the back – a very rare design feature, mainly because you can't see the ports you are connecting to.
Keep in mind…
If this product is from mainland China, it will take at least a month to reach the United States or the United Kingdom (and potentially more). You may be charged a tax directly or through the mail.
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The device has two USB 3.0 ports, an HDMI connector and a microSD slot on the back, with a DC jack and a headphone jack on each side.
The quirky design of the F15 might be a source of frustration for some, but that doesn't mean that it's not the most economical 15-inch laptop on the market.