The Teclast X98 Pro is a tablet with a 9.7 inch, 2048 x 1536 pixel IPS display, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage.

It’s also a dual OS tablet that runs Windows 10 and Google Android software. And it was one of Teclast’s first tablets to ship with an Intel Atom x5-Z8500 Cherry Trail processor when the Teclast X98 Pro launched in 2015.

So I reached out to the folks at Geekbuying to ask for a demo unit… and then I never got around to posting a review.

Since the tablet’s been replaced by newer models, it seems silly to post one now, so instead let’s just hold a giveaway!

I’ve dusted off the tablet, reset it to factory condition, and put it back in the box. So this is an auction for a lightly used/tested X98 Pro tablet.

It was worth about $250 before it was discontinued, and the hardware is still pretty good, even by late 2016 standards.  The dual OS software was a little finicky when I started to test the tablet, but since I never finished reviewing it, I can’t really say much about general performance.

You know what’s an even better price for this tablet, though? $0.

So here’s how to enter for a chance to win:

Leave a comment on this page by 6AM Eastern Time on Monday, December 12th, 2016

Update: This contest has now ended. Congratulations to our winner, The People’s Eyebrow!

Here’s the fine print (in normal font size):

  • This contest is only open to folks with a valid US shipping address.
  • Writers for Liliputing are not eligible to win, and neither are friends of family members.
  • A winner will be randomly selected from valid entries. If that person doesn’t respond within 48 hours of being notified that they’ve won, a new winner will be chosen.
  • Please use a valid email address, Facebook, Twitter, or Google+ account when you leave your comment, otherwise we may not be able to get in touch with you!
  • Please leave just one comment.

Thanks again to Geekbuying for providing the demo unit!

 

 

 

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