- Atom CPU/GPU is pretty rubbish in terms of performance so forget about modern 3D games or any heavy media multitasking etc.
- only 64gb of soldered on storage (though you could add a USB3.0 128gb nano flash drive)
- keyboard flexes and is bouncier than a kid on a....er, bouncy castle
- CPU gets very hot under load as does the top right of the keyboard (needs re-positioning of the internal thermal pads inside the laptop)
- USB ports might not offer enough power to power external portable HDD (though a powered USB hub works)
- assembled by lowly paid production line workers with too much to do in too short a time ie not the best build quality.
- Still capable of streaming 4k video when using Microsoft Edge (as opposed to Chrome which lags when streaming the same video)
- around 6/7 hours of battery life in real world use
- Windows 10 included
- thin and light for a 14" at ~1.4kg
- £140! You never get anything this thin and light at this price.
Alternative supplier (more expensive though): http://www.banggood.com/Jumper-EZbook-2-4G-64G-Laptop-p-1057226.html?p=QZ14021624945201505Y
As long as you buy this with low expectations, you should be fine. Build quality is not going to be the best but for web browsing, emails, watching videos on the go, it should be absolutely fine and given the low price, it's not the end of the world if you drop it, it gets stolen etc. Personally, I think it's worth a punt as it's very unusual to find a thin/light 4gb Windows laptop in this ultra portable form factor at this price.
Note: 17 units left. Deal at this price expires in about 4.5 hours (supposedly).
Note2: There is apparently a "2nd batch" of these laptops where the manufacturer has supposedly resolved some of the issues associated with this laptop eg. heat issues, low powered USB ports etc. Available here from October: http://www.geekbuying.com/item/Jumper-EZbook-2-Ultrabook-Laptop-14-1-inch-Windows-10-Home-4GB-64GB-Intel-Cherry-Trail-Z8300-Quad-Core-1-84GHz-LED-Screen-1920-1080---Silver-367770.html