Jumper EZbook 3L Pro 14" 1920x1080 Laptop Windows 10 Intel Apollo Lake N3450 6GB RAM 64GB eMMC Supports SSD Storage Expansion Aluminium Shell £174.74 Delivered (EU Stock) @ Geekbuying
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Jumper EZbook 3L Pro 14" 1920x1080 Laptop Windows 10 Intel Apollo Lake N3450 6GB RAM 64GB eMMC Supports SSD Storage Expansion Aluminium Shell £174.74 Delivered (EU Stock) @ Geekbuying

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Thought this was a great price for the spec of laptop you are getting. Nice and slim, with Windows 10 and 64GB SSD, it's pretty much perfect for a student!

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Intel 7th Generation Apollo Lake N3450 Processor

EZbook 3L Pro equips with the Intel 7th Generation Apollo Lake N3450 Processor, Apollo Lake N3450 Dual Core Quad thread, TDP power consumption less than 6W.

HD Graphics 500

Intel’s 9th generation core graphics card, performance improvement, graphics capability improvement. EZbook 3L Pro equips with HD Graphics 500 graphics card, frequency up to 700MHz

14 Inch 1920 x 1080 HD Display

EZbook 3L Pro equips with 1920x1080 FHD display, super slim bezel and super perfect display

6GB RAM 64GB eMMC

EZbook 3L Pro equips with 6GB memory, fast booting. Bring more powerful and smooth experience.
(Supports SSD storage expansion, M.2 2242 SSD Slot Size:22*42mm)

Dual Band Wifi and Bluetooth 4.0

EZbook 3L Pro adapt 5G band, use Intel AC 3165 dual band Wifi network card, match with Bluetooth 4.0, and dual band 802.11 ac Wifi, stable and faster

4 Stereo Loudspeakers, 360 Degree Surround Sound

Surround sound shock your auditory sense and let you be personally on the scene. Even a single detail of musical note will not be absent

Both USB3.0 Port and De-noise Digital Microphone

EZbook 3L Pro equips with 2 USB3.0 port, faster file transfer. And adopt 2.0MP high definition camera, built-in Cortana Authentication array de-noising digital microphone, better support Cortana.
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This whole low-spec computers as "perfect for a student" idea needs to end. You would not be able to use this for any serious productivity tasks related to studies. It would most certainly not perform well with programmes such as SPSS, NVivo, Photoshop, CAD packages, and large data sets contained within - That is to say the kind of stuff that many students use every single day.

The days of students using nothing but Office are long gone.
mcav4 m ago

This whole low-spec computers as "perfect for a student" idea needs to …This whole low-spec computers as "perfect for a student" idea needs to end. You would not be able to use this for any serious productivity tasks related to studies. It would most certainly not perform well with programmes such as SPSS, NVivo, Photoshop, CAD packages, and large data sets contained within - That is to say the kind of stuff that many students use every single day.The days of students using nothing but Office are long gone.


Probably depends on what they’re studying I guess
mcav38 m ago

This whole low-spec computers as "perfect for a student" idea needs to …This whole low-spec computers as "perfect for a student" idea needs to end. You would not be able to use this for any serious productivity tasks related to studies. It would most certainly not perform well with programmes such as SPSS, NVivo, Photoshop, CAD packages, and large data sets contained within - That is to say the kind of stuff that many students use every single day.The days of students using nothing but Office are long gone.


I'd be willing to bet that there are more students not requiring any of what you listed than there are that do.
There's also the option of an EZbook 3Pro (ie. without the L) - 0.7" smaller screen, but IPS.

The forums for these highlight several issues - locked bioses depending on which "version" you get, issues with adding SSDs and installing windows on them, non-working windows licences... (evidently sorted for a few more £ on ebay)

Seems like once you get everything set up, these things are fast for light usage (browsing, youtube, word processing - and even quick enough for less intensive photo editing, playing 4k videos etc). Nobody in their right mind would buy this to run AutoCAD and to use as their main photo editing machine.
Edited by: "r2mahara" 1st Feb
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Shame its a TN panel, would be better if it was IPS.
This whole low-spec computers as "perfect for a student" idea needs to end. You would not be able to use this for any serious productivity tasks related to studies. It would most certainly not perform well with programmes such as SPSS, NVivo, Photoshop, CAD packages, and large data sets contained within - That is to say the kind of stuff that many students use every single day.

The days of students using nothing but Office are long gone.
mcav4 m ago

This whole low-spec computers as "perfect for a student" idea needs to …This whole low-spec computers as "perfect for a student" idea needs to end. You would not be able to use this for any serious productivity tasks related to studies. It would most certainly not perform well with programmes such as SPSS, NVivo, Photoshop, CAD packages, and large data sets contained within - That is to say the kind of stuff that many students use every single day.The days of students using nothing but Office are long gone.


Probably depends on what they’re studying I guess
Will it play csgo?
Thanks for any help
Heat for the price
Edited by: "docma" 1st Feb
For facebook ,twitter studying its fine.
It's cheap! I basically want this but with a CPU benchmark of over 3000 ... For £229. It's not going to happen but that's what I want.
mcav38 m ago

This whole low-spec computers as "perfect for a student" idea needs to …This whole low-spec computers as "perfect for a student" idea needs to end. You would not be able to use this for any serious productivity tasks related to studies. It would most certainly not perform well with programmes such as SPSS, NVivo, Photoshop, CAD packages, and large data sets contained within - That is to say the kind of stuff that many students use every single day.The days of students using nothing but Office are long gone.


I'd be willing to bet that there are more students not requiring any of what you listed than there are that do.
So its not technically 64GB SSD Storage as stated on the OP listing, its 64GB eMMC, which is a major difference when considering the operation speed. Its expandable to allow for an SSD, which would be another 40+ for a 128GB SSD.
Looks like you get a lot for your money with these. Very tempted
reddit48 m ago

I'd be willing to bet that there are more students not requiring any of …I'd be willing to bet that there are more students not requiring any of what you listed than there are that do.


You'd lose that bet. I guarantee it.
circa £155 if you're happy to wait for delivery from Hong Kong. Tempted... can anyone who's experienced both say what the difference is between TN and IPS panels? Night and day, or not much to worry about?

I did the requisite googling, just wanted some first hand views.
Edited by: "r2mahara" 1st Feb
r2mahara1 m ago

circa £155 if you're happy to wait for delivery from Hong Kong. Tempted... …circa £155 if you're happy to wait for delivery from Hong Kong. Tempted... can anyone who's experienced both say what the difference is between TN and IPS panels? Night and day, or not much to worry about?



At this price I wouldn't worry about it.
There's also the option of an EZbook 3Pro (ie. without the L) - 0.7" smaller screen, but IPS.

The forums for these highlight several issues - locked bioses depending on which "version" you get, issues with adding SSDs and installing windows on them, non-working windows licences... (evidently sorted for a few more £ on ebay)

Seems like once you get everything set up, these things are fast for light usage (browsing, youtube, word processing - and even quick enough for less intensive photo editing, playing 4k videos etc). Nobody in their right mind would buy this to run AutoCAD and to use as their main photo editing machine.
Edited by: "r2mahara" 1st Feb
I'd have thought if you had the brains to go to uni, you would have worked out by that you get what you pay for, or got the bank of mum and dad to pay for an XPS or macbook. Or you haven't blown your loan in Freshers week, bought a posh computer.
simandoo3 h, 34 m ago

It's cheap! I basically want this but with a CPU benchmark of over 3000 …It's cheap! I basically want this but with a CPU benchmark of over 3000 ... For £229. It's not going to happen but that's what I want.



currys.co.uk/gbu…868


> Scores 3783 but it's £100 more. I think it's the best you'll get though for a while with a 1080 IPS screen. If you've got a banged up old laptop they are offering £50 off atm.
Nobull41 m ago

https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing/laptops/laptops/lenovo-ideapad-320s-14ikb-14-laptop-grey-10169170-pdt.html?awc=1599_1517422477_49ac00073ebbc6f56051e2fa55da6a3f&srcid=369&xtor=AL-1&cmpid=aff~HotUKDeals~Communities & UGC~47868&awid=47868> Scores 3783 but it's £100 more. I think it's the best you'll get though for a while with a 1080 IPS screen. If you've got a banged up old laptop they are offering £50 off atm.


I think it can’t be more than 7 years old if trading in so bare in mind too.

I nearly went for this deal over the last couple of weeks. Ultimately went for uk company and product for various reasons
androidavis36 m ago

I think it can’t be more than 7 years old if trading in so bare in mind t …I think it can’t be more than 7 years old if trading in so bare in mind too. I nearly went for this deal over the last couple of weeks. Ultimately went for uk company and product for various reasons


What did you opt for in the end? Thinking of getting it for the missus. I can't find anything more powerful with a good screen anywhere near the price.
gearbest.com/lap…=91


This is the ezbook 3 pro from an EU warehouse(g-w-4, wid=91) for £185, if you would prefer.
Nobull1st Feb

https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing/laptops/laptops/lenovo-ideapad-320s-14ikb-14-laptop-grey-10169170-pdt.html?awc=1599_1517422477_49ac00073ebbc6f56051e2fa55da6a3f&srcid=369&xtor=AL-1&cmpid=aff~HotUKDeals~Communities & UGC~47868&awid=47868> Scores 3783 but it's £100 more. I think it's the best you'll get though for a while with a 1080 IPS screen. If you've got a banged up old laptop they are offering £50 off atm.


Nearly bought that but its not actually IPS
Student here, I personally don't use any of those applications. That being said, I still wouldn't consider this laptop for my studies. Reason being, I want whatever laptop to buy to last me my 4 years of studying without slowing down and becoming unusable by my 3rd/4th year.
Also, laptops like these are built to a price so the build quality would bother me as the laptop moves place to place and continually keeps taking gentle knocks here and there.
Banned
great deal!
OOS
Student here. Most people I know need some form of powerful computer during their degree. I do engineering, but housemates have done oceanography and geography and all used MATLAB and GIS (mapping analysis tool) heavily. Any degree that isn't English or Law will be likely to have some kind of computing requirement, and it's nice to not have to rely on university computers. Particularly for coursework over holidays etc.

Even if you don't need much computing power, having a nicely built laptop with a good keyboard, display, battery life, WiFi range, and whatever else just makes it more usable, having recently written a 20000 word dissertation, I'd have hated having to do that much typing on a mediocre keyboard.
If it won't play Football Manager it's useless to at least 50% of students.
r2mahara1st Feb

circa £155 if you're happy to wait for delivery from Hong Kong. Tempted... …circa £155 if you're happy to wait for delivery from Hong Kong. Tempted... can anyone who's experienced both say what the difference is between TN and IPS panels? Night and day, or not much to worry about?I did the requisite googling, just wanted some first hand views.


IPS is day and night mate, to a TN Panel. Almost returned my new TN Panel medion when I turned on first time. Immediate difference mate 😞
winchman1st Feb

I'd have thought if you had the brains to go to uni, you would have worked …I'd have thought if you had the brains to go to uni, you would have worked out by that you get what you pay for, or got the bank of mum and dad to pay for an XPS or macbook. Or you haven't blown your loan in Freshers week, bought a posh computer.


Uni admission isn't an automatic increase in your IQ mate, believe me. You don't come out any smarter just because you have a degree
On second thoughts, if you got some loose change, it not a bad item to pick up
Edited by: "johnf007" 3rd Feb
johnf0071 h, 41 m ago

Uni admission isn't an automatic increase in your IQ mate, believe me. You …Uni admission isn't an automatic increase in your IQ mate, believe me. You don't come out any smarter just because you have a degree


I'd be surprised if anyone comes out smarter after all that alcohol 😁
Dopamine3rd Feb

Nearly bought that but its not actually IPS


Are you sure? Reviews seem to be very positive about the screen.
mcav1st Feb

This whole low-spec computers as "perfect for a student" idea needs to …This whole low-spec computers as "perfect for a student" idea needs to end. You would not be able to use this for any serious productivity tasks related to studies. It would most certainly not perform well with programmes such as SPSS, NVivo, Photoshop, CAD packages, and large data sets contained within - That is to say the kind of stuff that many students use every single day.The days of students using nothing but Office are long gone.


I think that's a great point actually. Although this a great laptop for the money in my opinion. On another note, it's been 10 years since I last used SPSS, and I'll be more than happy to live out the rest of my days without using it again
which one is better this or tesco hp one.
Dekard9718 h, 54 m ago

I think that's a great point actually. Although this a great laptop for …I think that's a great point actually. Although this a great laptop for the money in my opinion. On another note, it's been 10 years since I last used SPSS, and I'll be more than happy to live out the rest of my days without using it again


Preach! I'd be more than happy to never have to run that software ever again. It is still a total PITA. Once I have five minutes to myself, I might consider looking at alternatives.

I also agree that this laptop is a great deal (assuming it is reliable). It is close to impulse buy levels, and despite having more PC's than I need, I gave it a second look.
winchman2nd Feb

https://www.gearbest.com/laptops/pp_647765.html?wid=91This is the ezbook 3 …https://www.gearbest.com/laptops/pp_647765.html?wid=91This is the ezbook 3 pro from an EU warehouse(g-w-4, wid=91) for £185, if you would prefer.


Can you explain the different EU warehouse options... And is there still import tax if its originating within the EU?
dotnetter34 m ago

Can you explain the different EU warehouse options... And is there still …Can you explain the different EU warehouse options... And is there still import tax if its originating within the EU?


Not sure what the difference is between the 'gw' numbers, I presume they are various warehouses around Europe. The one advantage of geekbuying is that they advertise a EU address to return item to in Germany, so at least cheaper than China. Gearbest when pushed seem to have a place in Birmingham for returns but its quite a struggle for them to admit it.
winchman7 m ago

Not sure what the difference is between the 'gw' numbers, I presume they …Not sure what the difference is between the 'gw' numbers, I presume they are various warehouses around Europe. The one advantage of geekbuying is that they advertise a EU address to return item to in Germany, so at least cheaper than China. Gearbest when pushed seem to have a place in Birmingham for returns but its quite a struggle for them to admit it.


Does it change import tax if buying from EU warehouse?
dotnetter2 m ago

Does it change import tax if buying from EU warehouse?


Yes, you won't pay any import fees.
mcav1st Feb

This whole low-spec computers as "perfect for a student" idea needs to …This whole low-spec computers as "perfect for a student" idea needs to end. You would not be able to use this for any serious productivity tasks related to studies. It would most certainly not perform well with programmes such as SPSS, NVivo, Photoshop, CAD packages, and large data sets contained within - That is to say the kind of stuff that many students use every single day.The days of students using nothing but Office are long gone.


I was considering something around the 3 pro spec (with the ips panel) for my daughter who is starting uni this year.

She'll be studying psychology so want have need for CAD apps or photoshop.

I had to Google what spss was... But from what I can find online about it, it's got pretty low system requirements?

Just wondering if you'd consider this spec suitable for a uni student studying this kind of subject rather than computer sciences or design etc?
Edited by: "dotnetter" 6th Feb
Why would anyone need Photoshop or a CAD app to do a Psychology degree? My daughter did her Psychology degree a few years ago & has just completed her masters, she mostly used IBM SPSS Statistics and office. So the answer is yes, it will be fine.

Also as its not a gaming machine, it will be less likely to be used for playing games.

dotnetter6th Feb

I was considering something around the 3 pro spec (with the ips panel) for …I was considering something around the 3 pro spec (with the ips panel) for my daughter who is starting uni this year.She'll be studying psychology so want have need for CAD apps or photoshop.I had to Google what spss was... But from what I can find online about it, it's got pretty low system requirements?Just wondering if you'd consider this spec suitable for a uni student studying this kind of subject rather than computer sciences or design etc?

Edited by: "Tabintab" 7th Feb
dotnetter6th Feb

I was considering something around the 3 pro spec (with the ips panel) for …I was considering something around the 3 pro spec (with the ips panel) for my daughter who is starting uni this year.She'll be studying psychology so want have need for CAD apps or photoshop.I had to Google what spss was... But from what I can find online about it, it's got pretty low system requirements?Just wondering if you'd consider this spec suitable for a uni student studying this kind of subject rather than computer sciences or design etc?


My undergraduate degree is in Psychology, and yes, it is one of the less demanding subjects when it comes to IT requirements at undergraduate level.

On the other hand, SPSS may run on fairly low specs, but it is woefully optimised, meaning that once you have any reasonably sized dataset running an analysis, it can challenge lower spec machines. These days, most psychology undergraduates will have that open with e-prime, perhaps citation software like mendeley and so on.

The main thing to consider will be the CPU/RAM/Storage. If you go with an i5/SSD combination, you can get by on 4GB RAM quite easily, but 8GB would be better for a primary machine. The integrated graphics on any modern core CPU will be more than good enough.

BUT

The one thing you'll want is a good display which means FHD minimum and of good quality. This is overlooked time and again, despite being the main thing you look at when you're working. A good keyboard is also incredibly important, given that psychology involves a LOT of essay and report writing.

My mobile computing solution is the 2017 SP i5/128GB/4GB and it can run with NVivo, SPSS, Mendeley, Word, OneNote all open and in use without a hiccup.

Hope your daughter enjoys Psych BTW.
Tabintab11 h, 52 m ago

Why would anyone need Photoshop or a CAD app to do a Psychology degree? My …Why would anyone need Photoshop or a CAD app to do a Psychology degree? My daughter did her Psychology degree a few years ago & has just completed her masters, she mostly used IBM SPSS Statistics and office. So the answer is yes, it will be fine. Also as its not a gaming machine, it will be less likely to be used for playing games.


Substitute "want" with "won't". - Typo.

However, in psychology, there are various experiments that require the use of Photoshop - particularly those involving object and face recognition. In fact for object recognition work, a good 3D modelling programme comes in handy.
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