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Jumper EZbook X3 reviewed: Ancient chip in jelly-like chassis

It's the cheapest device around: The Jumper EZbook X3 is currently available for $250 and offers a Full HD IPS display and a Windows license. But don't get your hopes up. The 2016 SoC is unbelievably slow and the wobbly base unit laughs in the face of good workmanship.
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The Jumper EZbook X3 is positioned right at the bottom of the low-cost segment. It is currently available for $250 on Amazon. It features an anti-glare Full-HD IPS display and a free M.2 2280 slot. 

Unfortunately, the processing power and system performance are just about as low as they can get. Even loading YouTube's home page takes at least ten seconds.

But the thing that bothers us most is the weak base unit, which also has a big impact on the input devices. We cannot recommend purchasing this device. 

Find out more in our Jumper EZbook X3 review.

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Sebastian Jentsch, 2020-04-10 (Update: 2020-04- 8)
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Editor of the original article: Sebastian Jentsch - Managing Editor Consumer Notebooks
Computers interested me early on. With 14 I put together the first PCs for the relatives, with the 90's these were 80286's to 486's up to Pentium 1's. What was closer to becoming a product tester? Since 2007 I have been following the world of Windows laptops and convertibles. Today I also want to separate the wheat from the chaff in vacuum cleaner robots, bread baking machines or irrigation computers, which is why I am also on the road as a freelance editor for other test websites.