This new cheap Windows 10 laptop takes on the MacBook Air
There are many iPad and iPhones clones out there, but we haven’t seen a good amount of Macbook impersonations until now. However, it seems that Jumper, a Chinese manufacturer has introduced a new laptop called “EZBook Air”, which looks very similar to Apple’s MacBook Air laptop.
The EZBook Air comes with two ports: a 3.5mm audio hack and an USB Type-C port (for charging and accessories). In addition, the device comes with a full metal build, which looks very similar to the real MacBook. However, it is not sure if the entire laptop will be made of a single metal piece, such as the MacBooks.
EZBook Air Specifications:
- Display: 11.6-inch with a 1080p resolution
- Storage: 128GB eMMC
- Processor: Intel Atom X5 Z8300
- RAM: 4GB
- Operating system: Windows 10
- Battery: 8000 mAh.
It seems that the Jumper EZBook Air will be released in a rose gold tone and it will not be released in multiple color options as many have expected. This is disappointing, as there are many customers out there who prefer their laptop to have a specific color and, let’s face it, not many would enjoy the rose gold-toned color.
According to Jumper, the EZBook Air will be 4mm thick at its thinnest point and it will weight 960 grams. In other words, this laptop is lighter than the MacBook Air, which weights around 1342 grams. However, when it comes to specifications, we can clearly say that Apple’s MacBook Air is way better than this, but at the same time, it is also more expensive.
If rumors prove to be right, the Jumper EZBook Air laptop will cost only $280. Will you purchase the Jumper EZBook Air once it will be released or you would rather pay more and get Apple’s MacBook Air laptop?
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