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

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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.
Sebastian Jentsch, 👁 Sebastian Jentsch (translated by Katherine Bodner), 🇩🇪

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
Editor of the original article: Sebastian Jentsch - Managing Editor Consumer Laptops - 741 articles published on Notebookcheck since 2010
Computers always had an important place in my life, starting with an Intel 80286 microprocessor in the early 1990s. I became interested in the productive side of technology, especially in campus radio, while studying at TU Chemnitz and during a trainee program in Belfast. Hardware interests led me to manage Notebookjournal.de, which is now a division of Notebooksbilliger, for a few years. I became self-employed in 2010 and took the next logical step in my career by starting to write for Notebookcheck.
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Katherine Bodner
Translator: Katherine Bodner - Translator - 285 articles published on Notebookcheck since 2017
I completed my master's degree in translation at the University of Vienna a few years ago and have been working as a translator for English, German and French ever since. I first started translating for Notebookcheck in 2017 and have learned more about computers than I ever imagined, and I have even become the person my family turns to for advice when it comes to consumer electronics. Other than that I also focus on everything connected to sustainability and renewable energy.
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Sebastian Jentsch, 2020-04-10 (Update: 2020-04- 8)