BMAX X14 Review

BMAX X14 review. 14″ 8GB RAM Celeron N4100 laptop. A good laptop ultimately let down by its dull nonlaminated screen. 00:58 – Unboxing 04:18 – Bios 04:43 – Internals 06:10 – Screen 07:21 – Performance 10:36 – Sound 11:18 – Gaming 11:56 – Linux 12:11 – Pros & Cons

Hands-On With The BMAX X14 – A 14″ EZbook X3 Pro

The BMAX X14 is here and just as expected it’s really a slightly bigger Jumper EZBook X3 Pro that I reviewed. They are clearly from the same ODM with some very minor differences, firstly the rear Transformers style BMAX logo is there on the lid with backlit eyes. (Can’t say I’m a huge fan of this I prefer no logo!) The power button is square and not round like the EZbook X3 Pro a...[Read More]

BMAX X14 – A Better Lapbook Pro?

So this is the next new Gemini Lake Celeron N4100 laptop, the BMAX X14. I’ve been impressed with the BMAX Y13 and the Y11 is also good, so very interested in getting my hands on this one the X14. It’s a 1080p 14.1″ laptop with a full-size USB 3.0 port, full spec type-C USB 3.1. Something the Chuwi Lapbook Pro is lacking which is data and charging only. But doesn’t support p...[Read More]


The BMAX X14 is a 14.1" Windows 10 laptop with backlit keyboard, 8GB of RAM, 256GB M.2 SSD. Powered by the Intel Celeron N4100. It has a 38Wh battery. USB 3.0, full spec Type-C 3.1 with PD support. MicroSD slot and 3.5mm headphone jack. The laptop has a fully laminated 1080p IPS with slim bezels and a 2Mp web camera and mics in the lower bezel. It's 1.39 kilos and has Intel Wireless AC 3165 with B...[Read More]

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