Every time when it comes to tablet PCs two Chinese brands come into my mind – Chuwi and Jumper. Seems these companies have no rivals in the market. All best products carry these brands. That’s why we are too attentive what these manufacturers come with. At this moment, we are going to review the enhanced version of the Jumper EZPad 6. It’s dubbed as the Jumper EZPad 6 Pro, which means this device should be designed for more experienced users or for those who want more than the regular sixth-gen EZPad. The original EZPad 6 showed it can face almost all challenges without any problems when it comes to daily tasks. Therefore, its sibling is going to do it with fewer efforts. However, all these are small talks. We have to take a closer look to understand whether the company still keeps the bar or not.
Jumper EZPad 6 Pro Specs
- OS: Windows 10 Home 64-bit
- CPU: Intel Celeron N3450
- RAM: 6GB
- Storage: 64GB
- Display: 11.6 inches IPS (1,920 × 1,080)
- Wireless connectivity: 802.11b / g / n, Bluetooth 4.0
- Camera: 2MP
- Interfaces: USB 3.0, USB Type-C, microUSB, microHDMI, audio, microSD, DC-IN
- Battery: 9,000mAh
- Dimensions and weight: 300 × 186 × 11 mm / 700g
In comparison to the original Jumper EZPad 6 this model comes with a number of changes including a Celeron N350 chip instead of Atom Z8350, 6GB RAM instead of 4GB memory, 9000mAh battery instead of 7000mAh capacity battery, and a few interfaces. The dimensions have been changed a little as well – 300 × 186 × 11 mm against 290 × 180 × 10 mm. thus there are real differences between these two models, and the performance should be affected a lot.
Jumper EZPad 6 Pro Box Content and Design
Jumper is one of those brands that doesn’t like to put too many accessories in the package. This model is no exception. Its box includes the tablet itself, AC adapter, user manual, inspection certificate, and a reminder that the tablet should be charged about two hours for the first time to boot.
A protective film is already stuck on the screen. But most likely you will remove it due to poor quality. Anyway, the front panel looks identical to other Windows-running tablets. There is an 11.6-inch touchscreen with a Microsoft logo below and a 2MP camera above. As we are dealing with a large-screen tablet PC, most likely it will be used as a laptop. That’s why the Windows touch-button is placed on the longer side.
This is an IPS display, which means the color reproduction is at a good level. The viewing angle is wide as well. This 11.6-inch screen also provides good touch operation. I emphasize the diagonal of the screen because it helps the deal.
The back of the device is made of plastic. This may sound unsophisticated, but it provides a feeling of metal. The texture is quite good that makes it more pleasant to hold in hands.
Surprisingly there is no rear camera. The black oval you see is made for the line logo only.
A microUSb port, speaker, microHDMI port, USB Type-Ce, USB 3.0, and DC-IN port are placed on the left side.
The right side carries a 3.5mm audio jack, TF card slot, and another speaker.
The power button and the volume rocker are located on the top right side.
As you see, the connector and two holes are on the bottom to connect a docking keyboard.
Jumper EZPad 6 Pro Performance
The Jumper EZPad 6 Pro comes with stereo speakers, and I have to state they provide quite acceptable performance. This is not the case when we say you need an additional headset to enjoy listening to music. However, you can’t use those speakers when partying, because the sound volume is not that loud.
This model comes with a larger battery than its predecessor. Of course, 2000mAh capacity will provide longer life. But what does it actually mean? I have tested it for two hours setting the display brightness at 75%. During the test, I was watching video online, surfing the net, doing benchmarks, and other activity. The power consumption was 40%. Thus the Jumper EZPad 6 Pro can provide up to 5 hours at heavy use. On the other hand, you can make the tablet last longer if darkening the display brightness or using it ‘economically’.
Finally, as for the overall performance. The Jumper EZPad 6 Pro sport an Intel Celeron N3450 chip that is paired with a 6GB of RAM. In such cases, we like to say the memory size doesn’t play a big role because the SoC will do what it can. But the larger is better, isn’t it?
To understand what performance it can provide I tested the tablet PC via ‘Dragon Quest X Benchmark’. We usually use this benchmark when testing tablet PC. So it will be easier to compare the results with other models.
The EZPad 6 Pro scored 1914 points. In comparison to the Jumper EZPad 6 that runs on the Atom x5-Z 8300 this one looks more powerful, as the latter score 1536. These numbers show how the EZPad 6 Pro has got improved.
Below are the benchmark results for other Intel Celeron N3450-running products.
- T-Bao Tbook Air: 2,814
- Chuwi Hi13: 2,288
- Jumper EZBook 3 Pro: 1,965
- VOYO VBook A1: 1,867
- Chuwi LapBook 12.3: 1,845
- Onda Xiaoma 41: 1,842
- Chuwi LapBook 14.1: 1,835
As you see, the highest points are scored by the T-bao Tbook Air. But do not forget that’s a laptop not a tablet PC. In this sense, the Jumper EZPad 6 Pro provides better and smoother performance than a number of popular laptops including the Chuwi LapBook series products, Onda Xiaoma 41, etc.
- 11.6-inch screen with resolution of 1,920 × 1,080 pixels
- Intel Celeron N3450 chip
- 6GB memory
- High-speed interfaces
- Plastic housing
- 64GB eMMC storage
Seems the Jumper EZPad 6 Pro is a regular tablet PC. But the manufacturer has improved some of its features a lot, and now it can compete with many laptops we talked about. This simply means Jumper could take its tablets to the next level. That’s the only reason why they can compete with the laptops of the competitor brands. This tablet PC can be a good choice even when looking at the price tag only. It’s offered at $242.43 only. Say, the same Chuwi LapBook 12.3 that provides ‘weaker’ performance costs more – $307.99. It turns out the Jumper EZPad 6 Pro can be a great option for those who want to pay less but get more.