TECNO Officially Unveils Megabook T1 Laptop

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Following the footsteps of its Transsion sibling, Infinix, TECNO has launched its first laptop – the Megabook T1.

The smartphone maker joins Infinix with the new laptop. Infinx launched their laptop – the Inbook X1 early last year and TECNO is venturing into that same space.

The Megabook T1 is aimed at Generation Z just like its Spark 9 series and is the latest addition to the company’s AIoT ecosystem.


The Megabook T1 ships with a Startrail Phantom design that keeps it compact thanks to the aluminium metal casing and slim weighing 1.48Kg and at 14.8mm thickness.

Underneath is an Intel Core i5 -1157G processor upgradeable to a core i7 chipset. Memory starts at 8GB to 16GB of RAM and storage starting at 512GB to 1TB SSD.

Running the show is Windows 11 with other TECNO features like TECNO Link that allows for multi-screen collaboration, fast file sharing and video/call cross-collaboration.

Megabook T1 features a full backlit keyboard with a fingerprint sensor for quick logging – it also functions as a power button.

This is a 15.6″ laptop with a display sporting DC adaptive dimming, 100% sRGB Gamut and 350 nits brightness. It also supports up to 180 degrees viewing angle.

At the top bezel, is the 2MP webcam with a physical shutter to enhance your privacy when you’re on a video call.

The Megabook T1 comes with a 70Wh battery and a 65W GaN charger which is light for portability that reportedly also charges the laptop 400 times faster. TECNO say you can et up to 17.4 hours of battery life.

You also get 9 ports with this laptop that includes 2 type-c ports, one USB 3.1 port, two USB 3.0 ports, HDMI and a TF Card reader.


The Megabook T1 ships boasting TECNO VOC sound system they developed and features DTS immersive audio with AI tech from the company’s audio lab so that consumers can enjoy multimedia content.

For video/audio calls, the Megabook T1 has dual mics that feature ENC so you can remain audible even in coffee shops.


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