Jumper’s EZPad 6 is a model that came out around March this year, but with the older Atom Z8350. By that point, I had given up on reviewing any more Atom’s and quick frankly I was sick of them. Now it has been updated to the new Intel Celeron N3450 Apollo Lake (not sick of them yet!). Other than that it’s more or less the same tablet, but with a type-c port. While it has D/C charging, I think that type-c port is also for data and charging. It’s got a non-laminated screen, 1080p IPS. And of course, it’s not fully laminated, sadly not at its aprox $250 price.
Wireless N is a bit of a disappoint and it might also have an M.2 SSD slot inside but I can’t confirm this until lI open it up. Storage is an eMMC, 64GB I hope it’s at least eMMC 5 spec. And like the EZpad 6, it has an optional keyboard dock. I’ve had a few requests to review it as it’s only the 3rd Apollo Lake laptop currently out. First, we got the Chuwi Hi13, second the Teclast X3 Plus and now this one. The fourth will be the Chuwi Surbook. The Chinese brands seem to be pushing the Apollo Lake laptops more. from what I can tell, the build of the EZPad 6S is plastic, made to look like it’s metal. I hope I’m wrong and it’s a silver alloy. Other specs include MicroHDMI out, MicroSD slot, full sized USB 3.0 port, MicroUSB 2.0 and from 2MP webcam. The battery is 9000mAh which should be good for 7 hours.
I’ve just ordered one from Aliexpress with the keyboard so I hope it’s decent. Should be here in a week or two for review.
Jumper EZPad 6S images: