The Jumper EZBook 2 is renewed with a powerful Intel X5 Z8350
October 28, 2016 at 20:00
Maybe many of our readers have not yet heard of Jumper EZBook 2, although many others will know it. It is a model of notebook quite interesting that a large volume of sales is consequent and is built on the hardware of many of the Chinese tablets of the moment, although it maintains the typical features of the laptop in its constitution. Now, the manufacturer has decided to make the leap to the processor X5 Z8350, adding a plus of performance.
It is the first time we talked about Jumper EzBook 2 in TabletZona and although it is not a tablet as such, a close relative of them can be considered as it is based on the same components that carry equipment such as Chuwi HiBook wave Teclast X98 Plus II, although the fact that the screen is not touch seems to give the whole point of agility. In addition, this is most likely the reason why Chuwi is going to launch his Lapbook.
Jumper EZBook 2: features and data sheet
To those who are thinking of getting a Jumper EzBook 2, we recommend from this moment find the product with processor Intel X5 Z8350, since it is a more advanced chip than the Z8300 and will surely offer you better results. The rest of the specifications remain basically the same: 14 inch with full HD resolution (1080p), 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage in eMMC format, 10,800 mAh and, of course, Windows 10 Home.
Although the device is built primarily in plastic materials, the sensations they are not those of a cheap product and all the elements of it (keyboard, trackpad, etc.) work efficiently and comfortably; which is why word of mouth has made this EZBook 2 A highly demanded article.
Alternatives to the EzBook 2, also accessible
The clearest alternative we can think of right now in the Chuwi LapBook, although the TechTablets media also tells us about the YEPO 737S, with a price of about 200 dollars and metal construction base. In addition this device offers a larger memory, 128 GB also eMMC. In any case, it is very important that manufacturers are exploring these possibilities from the components that should usually mount a tablet and the results (at least for the results in sales) are obvious.
Chuwi prepares its LapBook, a laptop with the company's usual hardware
What's your experience with the Jumper EzBook 2? Do you have this terminal or are you thinking of getting with it?