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[Cheap Laptop] Jumper EzBook 2 Sold at $159.99 [Coupon]

Cheap laptops do not always perform well. But when it comes to a couple of Chinese laptop brands, this statement dwindles. Jumper is on the list, undoubtedly. Currently, its EzBook laptops carry the gen-number of 3, but the triumphal way has begun a long ago. And the Jumper EzBook 2 has its own role in it. Seems we know everything about the Jumper EzBook 3 series products, but we know too less about the second-gen model. Though we have reviewed it at its peak, this laptop has got a price slash and it’s the right time to recall its key features once again.

Jumper Ezbook 2

The Jumper EzBook 2 is an astonishing ultrabook sporting a 14-inch Full HD resolution display, Intel Cherry Trail X5 Z8350 quad-core processor, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of eMMC storage, built-in 10.000mAh battery supporting 3.7V charging, a front camera for video chat, USB 3.0 port, and Windows 10 out of the box. You can think the chip is a bit weaker than expected, but do not forget this laptop has been announced last year, and it was one of the first laptops using this SoC. Moreover, it’s a 14nm process node chip clocked at 1.44GHz. It can be also boosted up to 1.92GHz. In this sense, the 4GB RAM is sufficient for most of the tasks.

Actually, there are a few selling points considered for this device. Among them, we can mention the Full HD screen, slim and stylish design, large capacity battery, and Windows 10 Home OS. But this laptop couldn’t avoid shortcomings such as an eMMC storage and plastic housing.

In comparison to the third-gen Jumper EzBook models, the Jumper EzBook 2 doesn’t differ too much. Say it comes with identical features as the original Jumper EzBook 3, but this one costs less. It’s now priced at $159.99. So no need to pay more.

Coupon Code: GB1204B

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