The EZBook Air is the latest Atom notebook from Jumper, it’s very thin and light. Below is my in-depth video review, which contains a complete overview of the EZBook Air including, audio and web camera test, benchmarks, gaming, and thermals with even a look at the internals of the device. Final words and a rating with pros and cons can also be found below:
- Atom X5 Z8300 quad-core CPU (1.84Ghz max boost clock)
- 4GB DDR3 1600Mhz RAM (Single channel)
- Samsung 128GB eMMC (105GB free on first boot)
- 8,000 mAh battery good for 6-8 hours.
- Intel Wireless dual band AC 3160 Mini PCI card
- Internal stereo speakers
- 11.6″ 1920 x 1080 300 lux max brightness IPS panel
- 3.5mm audio jack with microphone support
- USB 3.0 Type-C port
- Windows 10 Home
Video review index:
00:34 – Design
01:36 – Screen
02:16 – keyboard and touchpad
03:12 – Front camera sample & mic audio
03:48 – Speaker test
04:36 – System, OS benchmarks and battery life
07:00 – Type-C hubs
07:42 – Gaming: CS:GO & LoL
08:32 – Internals & thermals
09:26 – Final words with Pros and Cons.
So the main thing it’s got going for it is portability, being very light and thin. And mostly made of alloy. But it sacrifices too
much in the process. Only one port for charging and data. That’s just ridiculous if you ask me. No HDMI out, no MicroSD card slot not even a micro USB port. And we’re lucky they didn’t do an Apple and remove the 3.5mm audio jack like their latest mobile devices.
So the screen is quite a nice 1080p glossy panel. Good colors, blacks, and brightness.
The keyboard is good to type on with good key travel, the trackpad isn’t the best you’ll use and
it’s not supporting a single gesture. But it’s fast and accurate.
The color and those large screen bezels are a letdown. If Jumper had used a 12.5″ 1080p panel and smaller bezels it
would look much better.
The web camera is good only good lighting conditions, however, it can only record at 480p max and not HD. And the microphone works well with almost no static, but its location means you get feedback from the keyboard if in a skype call and typing at the same time for example.
Battery life and thermals are also great. So if you want a secondary notebook for portability over
everything else including partial USB ports, this worth a look. For everyone else that wants
connectivity best look elsewhere. The Jumper EZbook 2 is worth a look.