Jumper EZbook X1 Review

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The Jumper EZbook X1 is very similar to the Teclast F5, clearly from the same ODM with some minor changes. It doesn’t have the fully laminted stylus supporting IPS screen. But the screen is still good, the gap between the glass and IPS isn’t very big. Around 1mm or less so not distracting. The keybaord is the same as the F5 a little too small due to the small screen size. So if you have big hands or fat fingers it will be a struggle. However, it is slightly thicker at just over 15mm instead of around 13.5mm.

If you’re after a thin and light convertable laptop then this one is worth a look if you don’t mind the 4GB of RAM and missing stylus support. It’s also quicker than the Teclast F5 thanks to its 14W TDP (Power limit) which is 5W more than the F5’s. And cheaper, selling for around $259.

01:17 – What’s in the box 01:56 – Keyboard & touchpad 03:05 – Webcam 03:40 – 2-in-1 modes 03:51 – Design, ports & build 05:14 – Benchmarks 06:54 – Battery & charge times 08:05 – Power limits & thermals 09:09 – Performance 10:40 – Audio 11:29 – Bios & Linux 12:51 – Recap 13:56 – Pros & Cons


  • Only 1.06 kilos light
  • Good performance with 14W TDP
  • Decent IPS with good touch response
  • Good build quality
  • Thermals are good, no throttling
  • Fast to charge
  • HDMI 2.0A
  • Good wireless range
  • Clean 3.5mm audio output
  • Much cheaper than the Teclast F5


  • Only 4GB of RAM
  • Poor webcam and location
  • Poor battery life 4 hours+ only
  • Bluetooth range isn't great
  • No full sized USB ports
  • 64GB + 64GB config and not a single 128GB


Performance in category - 9
Build & Design - 8
Screen - 8
Sound - 7.5
Battery Life - 5

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