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Jumper EZBook X1 Now On Sale For $269

Jumper EZBook X1 Now On Sale For $269

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
JUMPER EZbook X1 Laptop 11.6 inch Windows 10 Home Version Intel Celeron Gemini Lake N4100 Quad Core 1.1GHz 4GB RAM 64GB eMMC + 64GB SSD HDMI Camera Dual WiFi- Silver
JUMPER EZbook X1 Laptop 11.6 inch Windows 10 Home Version Intel Celeron Gemini Lake N4100 Quad Core 1.1GHz 4GB RAM 64GB eMMC + 64GB SSD HDMI Camera Dual WiFi- Silver
JUMPER EZbook X1 Laptop 11.6 inch Windows 10 Home Version Intel Celeron Gemini Lake N4100 Quad Core 1.1GHz 4GB RAM 64GB eMMC + 64GB SSD HDMI Camera Dual WiFi- Silver
JUMPER EZbook X1 Laptop 11.6 inch Windows 10 Home Version Intel Celeron Gemini Lake N4100 Quad Core 1.1GHz 4GB RAM 64GB eMMC + 64GB SSD HDMI Camera Dual WiFi- Silver
JUMPER EZbook X1 Laptop 11.6 inch Windows 10 Home Version Intel Celeron Gemini Lake N4100 Quad Core 1.1GHz 4GB RAM 64GB eMMC + 64GB SSD HDMI Camera Dual WiFi- Silver
JUMPER EZbook X1 Laptop 11.6 inch Windows 10 Home Version Intel Celeron Gemini Lake N4100 Quad Core 1.1GHz 4GB RAM 64GB eMMC + 64GB SSD HDMI Camera Dual WiFi- Silver
JUMPER EZbook X1 Laptop 11.6 inch Windows 10 Home Version Intel Celeron Gemini Lake N4100 Quad Core 1.1GHz 4GB RAM 64GB eMMC + 64GB SSD HDMI Camera Dual WiFi- Silver
JUMPER EZbook X1 Laptop 11.6 inch Windows 10 Home Version Intel Celeron Gemini Lake N4100 Quad Core 1.1GHz 4GB RAM 64GB eMMC + 64GB SSD HDMI Camera Dual WiFi- Silver
JUMPER EZbook X1 Laptop 11.6 inch Windows 10 Home Version Intel Celeron Gemini Lake N4100 Quad Core 1.1GHz 4GB RAM 64GB eMMC + 64GB SSD HDMI Camera Dual WiFi- Silver
JUMPER EZbook X1 Laptop 11.6 inch Windows 10 Home Version Intel Celeron Gemini Lake N4100 Quad Core 1.1GHz 4GB RAM 64GB eMMC + 64GB SSD HDMI Camera Dual WiFi- Silver
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18 Comments

  1. Hey Chris, long time subscriber, proudly owner of a teclast f7, which is my daily driver by the way.

    Two things I would like to point out that I found in these N3450 and possibly in the new N4100 ones:

    If you have a Bluetooth mouse (or a speaker, gamepad, anything) connected at the same time you are using the wifi, it’s range and speed will drop significantly. I mean it gets unusable.

    Second thing, that old time known registry tweek that increases the amount o VRAM the HD graphics can use is a game changer in these gadgets. Chrome browsing, windows scrolling, all they get noticeable smoother, YouTube drops less frames and takes last time to go from fullscren to windowed mode. And you also get a boost in frametates (I am playing cs:go, and my thermal limits are disabled and a made the thermal mod in my f7, 65°C mad with artic silver 5 and 1mm copper square) and even with the thermal limit unlocked the frame boost wasn’t enough so the game would be nice playable. The VRAM increase was crucial.

    The graphics driver reports some amount of fictitious “dedicated” graphics memory to the operating system (128MB by default) to work around applications issues in a number of games. These games incorrectly look for some amount of “dedicated” graphics memory because they weren’t coded with the unified memory architecture for processor graphics.

    The amount reported can be modified or disabled if desired by changing the following registry value:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Intel\GMM, create a REG_DWORD value named “DedicatedSegmentSize”. The value is interpreted as number of MB to report (0-512MB). A value of 0 disables reporting the dummy memory segment. If the registry key/value is not found, the driver will report the default 128MB.

    I set my value as 1024 (1024 equals to 1gb) the results were so good I had to someway contact you, this makes a lot of difference and is something you should consider including after the thermal mod as a way of showing the real potential of these machines.

    Sorry for the long post. Keep up the good work, free of annoying commercials and manipulated opinions.

    Bye for now.

    • This is a really intriguing tweak, thanks for sharing.

      What are the drawbacks of doing this? Lesser battery life? I’m more interested in the Chrome performance boost than gaming.

      • It’s not really using more RAM, but fooling certain games into thinking you have more GPU RAM.

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  3. Hi Chris, for some people these specifications are good enough if you want to use a web browser without many tabs at the same time and for basic Office stuff. The price is definetly its strong point. Would you consider making a review of this device and compare it to the Teclast F5?

    • So not worth it.

    • I might just get one to see if there are any other differences like that RAM speed or HDMI 1.4 and not 2.0. But as far as I can see it’s basically as stated the F5 but with less RAM and a black palm rest.

  4. this is a fugly huge bottom bezel – why not put a 2:3 screen in.
    and all the micro ports just scream dongels and easy brake
    soon they will be so thin we actually can crush them like a piece of paper mash them in a ball and throwe in to the bin when they stop working.
    I just saw a 7″ microsoft surface with a 200 % magnification -300 was also possible. I set it to 100% and enjoyed the near invisible writing and icons.

    • I actually would find it more convenient to have 3x usb 3.1 type-C
      all of them fully working (hdmi out, powerIN, etc)
      so if one of them start being faulty, I still have all of the features I need
      if something goes faulty on the multiport hub, I can easily replace it for 30$
      if it happen on the laptop your’re fucked

    • Top and side bezels are fine, but yes the bottom bezels on these 360-degree laptops are always massive. Just look at the Dell and Lenovo ones. Same story, bug bottom bezel.

      • I think the extra room in the bottom bezel is due to the need to cope with the size of the keyboard + nowadays huge touchpad.
        It’s not the matter of the hinge

  5. at 11″ this is supposed to be a traveling laptop
    thus at least 8-10h battery life are needed
    like this it’s a non sense

    • Would be great, but it has such a small battery in it. My Teclast F5 is a good laptop, but only 4 hours using Chrome with Wifi on. Not good at all, a deal breaker.

      • Great to know!
        I wish the chuwi had the teclast F5 Specs, I would buy it in a heartbeat.
        I have actually found a great deal on a laptop from GMOLO 15.6 IPS screen, 128gb SSD, 8gb ddr4, Battery size is ok not great, Intel N4100. $305, which is a steal. But there are only 3 things that have me undecided.

        1) plastic body
        2) Battery Life
        3) Company sounds a little suspect.
        I would love to get your feedback. Thanks

        • It looks a bit cheap to me. Maybe a generic build, like other cheap 14″ ones. I mean the N4100 with 8GB performs fine, but you would hope it has a good heatsink on it. I will not be buying one to review from Aliexpress.

  6. More powerful OPRATION. Wrong formatting of titles in most of the slides.

    Typos, wrong formatting .. not a very well crafted marketing materials.

    • I know right! Typical of these companies. I mean “free to connect with richful ports” talk about the translation went wrong! It’s like they just used google translate and then posted it.

  7. I’m hoping for an f5 under $300 sometime. I’d never go for less than 6GB RAM.

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