Eve reveals specs of its Eve V, a new Surface Pro 4 competitor

Costea Lestoc By: Costea Lestoc
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The Finish startup first tried its luck with the T1, a tablet computer with a budget price and premium feel that received many positive reviews. Eve had a burning desire for self-improvement and the company decided to build a better product with the help of the community. This is how the Eve V was born in a project codenamed Pyramid Flipper, whose specs and features were finally revealed by the manufacturer.

The Eve V will be different from other products on the market as a Windows 10 laptop-tablet hybrid computer that will be much cheaper than Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4, but better in most cases.

In the beginning, we thought that tech geeks and hardware enthusiasts don’t care about the design, but to be frank we found the complete opposite. For them to love the product it has to be beautifully designed,” said co-founder and CEO Konstantinos Karatsevidis.

The device is rumored to have a $900 starting price but will come with seventh generation Intel Kaby Lake M3/i5/i7 processors, which will support up to 16GB of LPDDR3 RAM and 512GB of storage. It will have a 12.3-inch IGZO LCD screen with a resolution of 2736X1824 (1:1400 contrast ratio and 450 nits brightness) and will be powered by a 48Wh battery that will exceed Microsoft’s version by a full 10 watts.

The Eve V will sport a wireless keyboard with backlight, a fingerprint scanner, quad speakers and will have a 2MP camera on the front and a 5MP rear camera. Also, it will sport two USB Type-C ports, a Thunderbolt 3 port and a MicroSDXC reader while the stylus named N-trig is Surface compatible and has two buttons and 1024 pressure levels. Its connectivity options include 801.11ac Wi-Fi with 2×2 MU-MIMO, Bluetooth 4.2 and Wireless Display Wi-Fi.

Eve will release its hybrid computer on the international crowdfunding website Indiegogo on November 21.

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