The Jumper EZbook X1 is now on sale for $269, this is another 360-degree laptop powered by the Gemini Lake Celeron N4100. And it’s really a cheaper Teclast F5, with a black palm rest and 4GB of DDR4 RAM instead of 8GB and the same 128GB of storage. But it is made up of a 64GB eMMC and 64GB SSD. As far as I can tell it’s the same exact laptop design from the same ODM, the same 11.6″ IPS OGS screen (I hope it’s as good as the F5’s 97% sRGB IPS panel). The screen flips around turning it into a tablet and it weighs just over 1 kilo at 1.03 kilos.
The palm rest plastic is in a matte black instead of the silver rubber paint finish on the Teclast F5. The ports are sadly the same, a USB 3.1 type-C for data, charging and 4k up to 30hz. And a micro USB 2.0 port. So not one full-sized USB port. And like the F5 there is a 4k Micro HDMI port, I wonder if it also supports 4k 60hz?
The battery is one of the other compromises, 29Wh which is rather small and only good for around 4-5 hours max as I discovered on the Teclast F5. The best part is if you don’t need the 8GB of RAM this is a much cheaper alternative. $269 USD instead of $329 the Teclast F5 sells for.
What to expect, the Teclast F5 is the same hardware just with 8GB of RAM and grey palm rest plastic:
Jumper EZBook X1 key specs:
- 11.6″ 360-degree hinge IPS OGS screen
- Intel Celeron n4100 (Quad-core 2.4Ghz max)
- 4GB DDR4 2133Mhz RAM
- 64GB eMMC + 64GB M.2 SATA3 SSD
- Windows 10 Home
- Intel Wireless AC 3165 with BT 4.1
- Type-C, MicroSD readaer (USB 2.0 spec) & microUSB 2.0 port
- Type-C charger, 12v 2A
- 3.5mm headphone jack and 720p webcam
- Just 1.02 kilos light