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Jumper EZPad Mini3 – 8 Inch Win 10 Tablet with USB 3.0

Jumper EZPad Mini3 – 8 Inch Win 10 Tablet with USB 3.0

Searching new arrivals on GearBest, I came across this. The Jumper Ezpad Mini 3. Jumper is brand I haven’t covered here on TechTablets, but they are a well known brand in China apparently. And this new up and coming 8-inch tablet does look interesting. Not because it’s another Atom X5 Z8300, No. But unlike all the other 8 inch tablets reviewed here this one has a full sized USB 3.0 port. And the build doesn’t look half bad either. One of the press images also states OGS, which means One Glass Solution, aka fully laminated.

Whether or not that’s just some fake press hype or it really has an OGS display remains to be seen. And resolution is a run of the mile 1280 x 800, which is okay for an 8 inch tablet. But certainly 1920 x 1200 would be better.

Any interested in this one? Would you like to see it covered here?

Source: Gearbest preorder listing

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Video tech reviewer and tech blogger. I have a huge interest in the latest tech, tablets, laptops, mobiles, drones, and even e-scooters. Active in the tech community since 2008 days of the Omnia i900 Windows phone. Samsungi8910omnia.com, Samsunggalaxysforums.com founder from way back.

22 Comments

  1. At Geekbuying it’s $78 right now, is it a good deal?

    • I have its older brother the EzPad 4s and am very happy with it. Good build quality and decent performance for the specs. For that price you can try it out and give it away if you are hot happy with it. The internals are same my larger unit for the most part.

  2. Hi, I have tryed to use Ubuntu, in that tablet, it works but only in external screen. Unfortunately I modify the video parameters in the bios uefi and no longer images in the screen. Please I need Help, if somebody can post the diferentes screens in bios I will try to restore defaults with cursor movementes.

  3. Is it possible to get a BIOS image and flash the BIOS within Windows on Jumper Ezpad Mini3?

  4. I have accidentally set USB to disabled in the BIOS, and now I can’t use an USB keyboard to operate the BIOS anymore..
    Was wondering if there is any hope to fix this issue. Thanks.

    • Try holding the volume up button while powering up. This might take you into the bios.

      • Thanks, is there a way to move left and right though?

        • Try pressing the home key to see if that will move between columns. Volume keys should move up and down and often the power key is select. Try the keys and see what they do.

          • Tried various combinations, other than up and down, hold volume down is select, hold volume up is escape,
            but there is no Home key on this device…

  5. I’d like to see a review and benchmarks. Very tempted by the OGS and USB 3.0 port if legit. I also like it is not dual boot. The Android partition, in my opinion, just wastes half the EMMC. I have Android on phone so do not need on tablet. Want a Windows tablet with a reasonable amount of space left on the EMMC.

  6. I would not bother with 32gb version, Im waiting for the one with fully functional usb 3.1 type C , kind of competitor for Dell Venue 8 Pro 5855

  7. To bad specs to review, have seen too many of those with the same specs.

  8. Hi Chris,
    Yes, I would like to see a review of this and other 7-8″ tablets. Personally I think that the 7-8″ tablets are ideal for travelling, small enough to throw in a pants pocket or backpack, but large enough screen for checking email, light web browsing, reading ebooks or playing less graphics-heavy games — perfect size for a plane or train voyage. I have now got a Dell Venue 11 Pro for business, but still miss my little Blackberry 7″ tablet.

    • I tend to agree. I used my Mi Pad 2 from London to Auckland and it was perfect for travel like that. I didn’t even touch my Surface Pro 4. Left it in my bag. But the Mi Pad 2 (Android only version) was good for gaming, a few movies and some tunes.

      • What was your long-term impressions of the Mi Pad 2? I don’t really need a dual-boot tablet for travelling, even the little old Blackberry was up to the task (pity that Blackberry disowned them after they sold them).

  9. Personnaly, I’ve stopped buying stuff from unknown brands, after way to many disappointments (looking at you, Ainol). I’m fine with the site sticking to Cube/Chuwi/Teclast, unless there are strong hints that the newcomer is of “high”, which in this context means “satisfactory”, quality.

    • Yep, and there is only one way to find out with Jumper and that’s to give it a go. I hope it’s as good as it looks in the images.

  10. Yes, review it ! In my humble opinion, you will make a better work/site if you reviewed others brands too.
    There is too many Teclast/Chuwi/Cube/Onda products here.

    • Noted, I’ve only covered the Chuwi’s, Ondas Teclast etc as that’s all I’ve seen. Well Voyo/Vido (Same Co?) and there are so many others brands that seem less popular.

  11. Hey Chris! Looks interesting, but the larger iteration of the same caught my eye – the 11.6 inch Jumper EZpad 5s Flagship. Ultrabook Tablet. I’m finding the 8 inch screens a little too small for my needs. I’m keen on hearing more on the above, plus the Chuwi Hi10 Air, when it lands. The Cube I9 looks interesting too, and a few others. Wow, so many interesting tablets to discover more about, thanks to you. My Chuwi Hi12 still hasn’t arrived – ho hum! Many thanks – keep up the great work.

    • I’ve ordered the EZPad 5S. It looks good, despite the X5 Z8300 (Yet another) The design and 3 full USB ports is good. Up for sale now too. But yes, too many interesting tablets coming out now from China. They are slowly improving! Now all we need is Pro and S models with X7 Z8750’s or X5 Z8550’s in them.

      • Absolutely. Funnily enough, I still own my Teclast X98 3G Ai; not ready to part with it just yet. Perhaps I’ll be wooed by one of the forthcoming beauties that you’ll temp us with. As well as the features, as you quite rightly mention, the very reasonable prices is a major attraction too. Chinese tablets rule! Thanks again.

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