Jumper Ezbook 2 – Macbook Air Clone and now with a new version

The Jumper Ezbook 2 is a Macbook Air lookalike Ultrabook which offers modest Cherry Trail performance on a budget. There is also a new version that has slightly improved appearance and design as well as fixed on known bugs.

Highlights of Jumper EZbook 2:

  • 14 inch Macbook Air inspired Ultrabook
  • Powered by Intel Atom Cherry Trail
  • Equipped with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB eMMC Storage
  • Supports MicroSD Card for Expandability
  • Supports USB 3.0 Standard Connectivity, HDMI out
  • 10,000mAh Battery built in
  • Updated: fixes bugs on USB 3.0 Power  on HDD and Slightly improved appearance and build

Limitations:

  • Limited gaming potential
  • Non-touch screen
SpecsJumper EZbook 2
ChipsetIntel Atom Cherry Trail X5-Z8300 1.34-1.84GHz Quad Core (14nm)
GPU: Intel HD Gen 8 12EU
New VersionSlight improved design and build
Fixes bugs on USB
Fixes Overheating issues
MemoryRAM: 4 GB LPDDR3
ROM: 64 GB eMMC
TF-Card support up to maximum 128 GB
OS64 bit Windows 10 Home Edition
Display14" IPS
1920 x 1080 pixels, 16:9 ratio
CameraFront: 2.0 mp
ConnectivityBluetooth 4.0
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, WiFi 2.4GHz
Interface1x TF Card Slot
1x USB 2.0 Port
1x Mini HDMI Port
1x USB 3.0 Port
1x 3.5mm Headphone Jack
Dimensions346.5 x 229.5 x 17.6 mm
Weight: 1.180kg
Battery3.7V/ 10,000mAh LiPo
AVAILABILITY (Updated January 16, 2017)
Jumper Ezbook 2 (new version) retails at $198 – Buy here

X5-Z8350 version

Jumper Ezbok 2 (X5-Z8350) retails at $231 – Buy here

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Updated: fixes bugs on USB 3.0 Power  on HDD, Overheating issues and Slightly improved appearance and build

Low powered and Efficient Ultrabook but is limited in performance

The Jumper Ezbook 2 is another Macbook Air inspired Ultrabook that offers decent performance and versatility of a low end laptop. The Ultrabook2 excels in low to moderate applications such as office tasks and the massive 10,000mAh battery is enough to last for 5 to 6 hours. It also comes with 4 GB RAM built in (non upgradable) and 64 GB of eMMC Storage to boot, and also supports TF Card expansion. The phone also runs 64 bit Windows 10 Home Edition out of the box.

The Intel Atom chipset is good enough enough for light workloads but in gaming, that is another story. Low end games will likely run, but more 3D intensive titles like Modern Combat 5 and Asphalt 8 will struggle (speaking of experience from the Xiaomi Mi Pad 2). Other mainstream games like LOL will probably run at the lowest possible detail and Dota 2 will likely struggle with framerate drops.

Anyway, don’t expect blistering performance from the Jumper Ezbook 2, it is an Atom after all, so if you are in the market for low end Ultrabooks that offers portability and decent battery life, then the Ezbook 2 will probably come to mind.

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Note: you can also compare this Ultrabook to similar devices: Tablet Guide

Highlights of Jumper EZbook 2:

  • 14 inch Macbook Air inspired Ultrabook
  • Powered by Intel Atom Cherry Trail
  • Equipped with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB eMMC Storage
  • Supports MicroSD Card for Expandability
  • Supports USB 3.0 Standard Connectivity, HDMI out
  • 10,000mAh Battery built in
  • Updated: fixes bugs on USB 3.0 Power  on HDD and Slightly improved appearance and build

Limitations:

  • Limited gaming potential
  • Non-touch screen
AVAILABILITY (Updated January 16, 2017)
Jumper Ezbook 2 (new version) retails at $198 – Buy here

X5-Z8350 version

Jumper Ezbok 2 (X5-Z8350) retails at $231 – Buy here

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About Vincent
I am 27 years old and an avid fan of Phones and tablets. Writing blogs is my hobby and i have taken a keen interest in making Tablet and Phone Reviews.

7 Comments on Jumper Ezbook 2 – Macbook Air Clone and now with a new version

  1. Hi, do you know the differences between the two versions? in gearbest i can’t get the differences apart from a minor change in keyboard layout.

    I’ve seen that the keyboard might be bouncing and flexible…does they fixed this issue? can the old version power a normal 2.5 HDD?

    thank you

    • Hello Guilo,

      They say that the changes are only minimal. It is mostly on the bugs or fixes, like for example the USB and external HDD that fails to power.

      Best Regards,
      Vince

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