Jumper laptop ultrabook EZbook3S 14 inch Intel Celeron-N3450 Quad Core 6GB DDR3 256GB SSD Windows10 Intel HD 1080p £227.87 Delivered @ LightInTheBox
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Jumper laptop ultrabook EZbook3S 14 inch Intel Celeron-N3450 Quad Core 6GB DDR3 256GB SSD Windows10 Intel HD 1080p £227.87 Delivered @ LightInTheBox

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Found 17th Aug
Great price for this Ultra book from Jumper. Granted, the processor is a bit naff but given it's price, it's definitely worth considering if it fits your budget. Quad Core Celeron, 6GB DDR3 and a 256GB SSD should keep it nice and fast!

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*Microsoft Windows 10 Home OS
Offers more powerful performance, brings you more smooth and wonderful user experience
*Intel Celeron Processor N3450 Quad Core 1.1GHz, up to 2.2GHz
Ultra-low-voltage platform and quad-core processing provide maximum high-efficiency power. Intel Turbo Boost Technology delivers dynamic extra power when you need it
*14.1 inch FHD IPS Screen
Offering good experience for watching videos and browsing the Web. The 1920 x 1080 resolution screen boasts impressive high-quality images
*6GB DDR3 RAM for Advanced Multitasking
Substantial high-bandwidth RAM offers you a high-impact gaming experience, ensures smooth operation and stable multitasking using feeling
*256GB SSD Storage Capacity
Provides room to store pictures, videos, music and more
*128GB TF Card Expansion
Accepts compatible card up to 128GB ( not included ) for easy expansion
*Bluetooth 4.0 Interface Syncs with Compatible Devices
Wirelessly transfer photos, music and other media between the computer and your Bluetooth-enabled cell phone or MP3 player, or connect Bluetooth wireless accessories
*Front Camera for Photos and Face-to-face Chat
0.3MP front camera allows you to capture memorable moments or chat with friends
*HDMI Output Expands Your Viewing Options
You can connect the device to an HDTV or high-definition monitor to set up two screens side by side or just enlarge pictures

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256GB SSD, 6gb ram, do like.

That's a good deal... Tempted.

Zoea7 m ago

256GB SSD, 6gb ram, do like.

1080p as well. Only thing it lacks is decent CPU but at this price it's seems decent

Looks like quite the steal at this price - it ticks most of the boxes for a good budget laptop - price makes up for the slow CPU for sure!

I wonder if the Grafhics are actually any good?

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Thank god its got an Ultral slim bezel tho...

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Many Thanks OP. Very tempted by this - generally favourable review here:

Couple of minor problems: Windows 10 was Chinese and the reviewer wasn't sure about the screen TN or IPS.


10.5% Topcashback + £3.80 voucher code / 8% Quidco ( but comments about delays in payment )

Does anyone know if this ships from the US? Will there be any Vat ? Duty to pay?

Thanks

Tesco have a very similar looking 14 inch netbook, with full HD screen for 280.
Was tempted as nice metal case, but then noticed the screen was not IPS just a TN which put me off

michaeljb1 h, 54 m ago

1080p as well. Only thing it lacks is decent CPU but at this price it's …1080p as well. Only thing it lacks is decent CPU but at this price it's seems decent


Yep. It can have quad or octacore.. but celeron is celeron

I thought Ultrabooks were supposed to be high end machines?

How does warranty work?

Overall this looks pretty good value. Wonder how accurate the battery life is (3-5 hours), 10000mAh capacity sounds very low despite the efficiency of the processor.
Edited by: "MBeeching" 17th Aug

Plus vat , import duties and international shipping??

Lahn2 h, 49 m ago

Looks like quite the steal at this price - it ticks most of the boxes for …Looks like quite the steal at this price - it ticks most of the boxes for a good budget laptop - price makes up for the slow CPU for sure!


Define what you would consider to be a suitable CPU for a budget laptop?

Full sized M.2 SSD as well, which helps makes this a very good looking deal.

youtube.com/wat…e1Y

its 275usd and I think you can pay in usd and ship to uk. So pay in USD using a monzo card or card that gives perfect exchange rate and it should work out to £213.51 at todays rate

Unless monzo offer the same level of protection as Paypal then I would stick with Paypal.

Ever so lightly cheaper at Geekbuying for £224.16.

Lightinthebox ad does show 100% off shipping though, so may work out cheaper, although expedited shipping is almost certainly going to attract customs fees.

You can link your monzo card (mastercard) to paypal hence double protection and can fall back onto mastercard if you need to. Monzo gives 100% perfect interbank exchange rates. Nothing to lose and save some more money.

I just bought a xiomi powerbank from miniinthebox which I think is the same company, its listed as £11.61 but cost me £10.87 with monzo handling the usd conversion.

Pretty sure it would work for lightinthebox on this laptop too.
Edited by: "usman330" 17th Aug

The 3s is plastic body, the 3 Pro is metal body, not sure you were aware.

usman3301 h, 2 m ago

You can link your monzo card (mastercard) to paypal hence double …You can link your monzo card (mastercard) to paypal hence double protection and can fall back onto mastercard if you need to. Monzo gives 100% perfect interbank exchange rates. Nothing to lose and save some more money.I just bought a xiomi powerbank from miniinthebox which I think is the same company, its listed as £11.61 but cost me £10.87 with monzo handling the usd conversion.Pretty sure it would work for lightinthebox on this laptop too.


I don't think you can claim on section 75 if you purchased it via Paypal.

Szabster14 m ago

I don't think you can claim on section 75 if you purchased it via Paypal.


No. Neither can you with just the pre-paid card. You could request a charge back under MasterCard's system.

The single core performance is about 40% of a Core i5-7200U and the same for multi-core workloads which makes it roughly equivalent of an i3 @ 1 -1.2GHz. So it will struggle with some basic stuff at times:
cpubenchmark.net/com…865

I have got a capital one aspire world card as well which gives commission free exchange rates too, so would this give section 75?

I'd say that the £177 EZ Book 3 Pro is a better buy than this for the following reasons:

- Aluminium build instead of plastic
- More compact form factor (13.3" screen) and thinner
- IPS panel screen
- Intel wireless AC rather than just N
- M.2 slot for SSD upgrade (256GB M.2 2242 SSD can be had for ~£60)
- additional 'spare' 64GB of eMMC can then be used for additional storage or as Windows backup installation
- Windows 10 English (ie no additional Windows license key required or having to buy Windows 10 and doing a completely new install)

hotukdeals.com/dea…611
Edited by: "Picard123" 17th Aug

Picard12330 m ago

I'd say that the £177 EZ Book 3 Pro is a better buy than this for the …I'd say that the £177 EZ Book 3 Pro is a better buy than this for the following reasons:- More compact form factor (13.3" screen).


A smaller screen isn't better just different.

Agharta1 m ago

A smaller screen isn't better just different.


It is when its IPS over TN.

Picard1234 m ago

It is when its IPS over TN.


You mentioned that as a different benefit which has absolutely nothing to do with the screen size so why mention screen size!
Edited by: "Agharta" 17th Aug

Agharta12 m ago

But that's good absolutely nothing to do with the screen size so why …But that's good absolutely nothing to do with the screen size so why mention screen size!


Because the 14" screen on this is TN and the 13.3" screen on the Pro is IPS.

That's why.

AND the screen size results in a slimmer, more compact footprint.

This laptop is 10-15% longer and wider than a Macbook Air 13 for example and over 50% thicker!!!
Edited by: "Picard123" 17th Aug

Picard12315 m ago

the screen size results in a slimmer, more compact footprint.


Which is irrelevant if you want a larger screen hence my point that 13.3" v 14" is not a benefit.
Most of your points are valid but a smaller screen size is not better per se. Capiche?

Agharta11 m ago

Which is irrelevant if you want a larger screen hence my point that 13.3" …Which is irrelevant if you want a larger screen hence my point that 13.3" v 14" is not a benefit.Most of your points are valid but a smaller screen size is not better per se. Capiche?


The smaller screen is better on THIS laptop. This thread is about THIS laptop.

Capiche??

Picard12322 m ago

The smaller screen is better on THIS laptop. This thread is about THIS …The smaller screen is better on THIS laptop. This thread is about THIS laptop.


But this is a 14" laptop not a 13.3"!

Just to add to the spec, the WiFi is single band n using a realtek rtl8723b, if you plan to use Bluetooth it could well affect your WiFi as they both use the same single antenna. Also, the webcam is in a strange place, in the bottom left of the screen, bit odd.

Agharta42 m ago

But this is a 14" laptop not a 13.3"!


It doesn't need to be. You're clearly not very clued up about laptops, panel options or form factors.

Picard12312 m ago

It doesn't need to be.


Tell the OP as it's listed as 14" screen and an IPS one which you also disputed!

Picard1232 h, 30 m ago

I'd say that the £177 EZ Book 3 Pro is a better buy than this for the …I'd say that the £177 EZ Book 3 Pro is a better buy than this for the following reasons:- Aluminium build instead of plastic- More compact form factor (13.3" screen) and thinner- IPS panel screen


EZBOOK 3 PRO

Screen size: 13.3 inch, Screen type: IPS
Product size: 31.5 x 20.8 x 1.5 cm
Product weight: 1.39 kg
64GB EMMC

EZbook3S

Screen size: 14.0 inch, Screen type: IPS
Product size: 32.8 x 22.0 x 1.8 cm
Product weight: 1.3 kg
256GB SSD

Hardly much difference in form factor, a bit lighter and a bigger screen and much better storage. What have I missed?
Edited by: "Agharta" 18th Aug

Agharta29 m ago

EZBOOK 3 PRO Screen size: 13.3 inch, Screen type: IPS Product size: 31.5 …EZBOOK 3 PRO Screen size: 13.3 inch, Screen type: IPS Product size: 31.5 x 20.8 x 1.5 cm Product weight: 1.39 kg 64GB EMMCEZbook3S Screen size: 14.0 inch, Screen type: IPS Product size: 32.8 x 22.0 x 1.8 cm Product weight: 1.3 kg 256GB SSDHardly much difference in form factor, a bit lighter and a bigger screen and much better storage. What have I missed?




*WHOOOOSH*

Best you stick to your 2nd hand Dell Optiplexes....

Picard1235 h, 59 m ago

I'd say that the £177 EZ Book 3 Pro is a better buy than this for the …I'd say that the £177 EZ Book 3 Pro is a better buy than this for the following reasons:- Aluminium build instead of plastic- More compact form factor (13.3" screen) and thinner- IPS panel screen- Intel wireless AC rather than just N- M.2 slot for SSD upgrade (256GB M.2 2242 SSD can be had for ~£60)- additional 'spare' 64GB of eMMC can then be used for additional storage or as Windows backup installation- Windows 10 English (ie no additional Windows license key required or having to buy Windows 10 and doing a completely new install)https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/jumper-ezbook-3-pro-notebook-at-gearbest-for-177-2757611#thread-comments



£60 for a 256Gb M.2 SSD is optimistic in the current market. Closer to £80 would be realistic.

The Windows 10 installation on the eMMC is often tied to the activation, so moving it to an SSD might invalidate it, so worth bearing in mind.

In regards to this processor, how would it perform in everyday computing. I usually have a few Firefox tabs open at the same time, watch YouTube, Thunderbird running, onenote, using word /excel, occasionally run Photoshop for a bit of basic editing.
I currently have a 4th gen i5 with ssd and 8gb ram. Would this feel too laggy ?
Edited by: "usman330" 18th Aug

reddit6 h, 17 m ago

£60 for a 256Gb M.2 SSD is optimistic in the current market. Closer to £80 …£60 for a 256Gb M.2 SSD is optimistic in the current market. Closer to £80 would be realistic.The Windows 10 installation on the eMMC is often tied to the activation, so moving it to an SSD might invalidate it, so worth bearing in mind.


The eMMC to SSD Windows transfer on these works fine. Just ghost the original image and resize the partition.

Yeah can definitely get a 256GB M.2 SSD for £60 - I've just ordered one:

m.aliexpress.com/ite…tml

thessdreview.com/our…gb/

You can also hunt around on Ebay if you want to try and find something cheaper.

ebay.co.uk/itm…086
Edited by: "Picard123" 18th Aug
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