Jumper EzBook 3 Series Laptops Compared

Jumper doesn’t stop and this time it comes with a new laptop designed especially for those who have seen its third-gen EzBook laptops but can’t afford themselves to get their hands on any of them. If you know, the laptop line of this brand is named EzBook, while the tablet PC line is known as EzPad. The latter has more representatives. It’s logical – it’s easier to design and sell tablets rather than notebooks. But it turns out the manufacturer wants to bring some balance in its two lines – the third-gen EzBook laptops have got a new member dubbed as the Jumper EzBook 3X. There are also the Jumper EzBook 3 / 3 Pro / 3S. So we decided to compare their key features with the aforementioned models in order to find out which of them have been changed to affect the pricing.

Jumper EzBook 3 Series comparison

As you can see, there are four models in this line. They all run Windows 10 Home. We have already talked about the main advantages of this operating system in an interesting article, where we compared the Chuwi LapBook 12.3 with the EzBook 3 Pro and T-bao Tbook Air. So we only have to state here, this is not the complete version of Microsoft’s OS, but there is everything for your daily use. Shortly, you don’t need the Pro version, if you are not a professional.

Jumper Ezbook 3 Pro

Jumper EzBook 3 Pro

Moreover, we also have talked about the Intel Celeron N3450 Apollo Lake chip. So it’s the right time to figure out with the Intel Celeron N3350 Apollo Lake, because two models of those four are packed with it. It’s a dual-core chip designed for low-cost notebooks. Usually, it works at a frequency of 1.1GHz, but it can boost up to 2.4GHz. Like the N3450 it is based on Apollo Lake platform that works on 14nm process technology like its predecessor, Braswell. There is also a separate graphics processor compatible with DirectX 12. This chip supports DDR3L/LPDDR3/LPDDR4 memory options. So we can write down the N3350 is the dual-core variant of the quad-core N3450. But you have to know they are priced identically.

Well, the smallest memory is in the Jumper EzBook 3X. And this feature explains its lower price tag. In this sense, the EzBook 3S and Pro sport the largest memory of 6GB, but we have to state this chip is not very powerful and 3-4GB of RAM is quite sufficient for apps not to run out of memory.

Jumper EZBook 3

Jumper EzBook 3

All four models come with screens with a Full HD resolution. But two of them have a screen size of 14.1, while the next two come with 13.3 inches screens. The wireless connectivity options and interfaces are the same. The batteries capacities are almost the same.

As for dimensions, the Jumper EzBook 3 Pro is the thinnest model, although almost all the parameters are the same. In this sense, the EzBook 3X is the most compact one.


If you want the best configuration, the Jumper EzBook 3S is the best offer. It even comes with a 256GB SSD drive unlike the rest models that are packed with 64GB eMMC flash storage options. Its screen, battery, and RAM are larger.

But if you want the most affordable laptop, the Jumper EzBook 3X should be what you are looking for. On one hand, it sports weaker hardware. But on the other hand, every feature in this model seems sufficient for your daily tasks. It’s very cheap.

The first model, the Jumper EzBook 3 seems to be the most balanced one. It doesn’t come with a SSD drive, but the rest of features are better. Plus, it costs $199.99. Thus if you don’t care about the storage type, this is the best option for you.

Read: Jumper EzBook 3 review

Finally, there is also the Jumper EzBook 3 Pro, which is the closest imitator of the MacBook Pro. So do not be confused about its name, as the most powerful version is the 3S. So if you have been looking for a MacBook Pro copy at a lower price tag, it’s what you want.

Read: Jumper EzBook 3 Pro review


Argam Artashyan

Back in 2010, he was dismissed from his position as a lecturer at the university. This made him get another job at his friend’s digital marketing company as a blog writer. After a few years, when he was thinking the article writing is his mission, Google pushed the Panda update and affected the company and websites he was working at. (Un)fortunately and surprisingly, he got an offer to head a large knitting factory. In 2016, he got his Ph.D. and resumed teaching at the University … and writing tech-related articles following his passion.

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