Jumper EZbook 3S ultrabook now available with 256GB SSD and 6GB RAM


The ultrabook market is booming at this time of the year as most students/professionals are preparing to get new equipment or upgrade what they already have.

The Jumper EZbook 3S is one of those devices one cannot just see and forget, as it boasts really interesting specs combined with a price that could make most of you out there smile when preparing to use your credit card (or PayPal account). It’s an ultrabook so it’s really thin and light-weight suitable for those who prefer to travel and still have their laptop close.

EZbook3S ultrabook – Technical specs

  • Microsoft Windows 10 Home OS
  • 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
  • 6GB DDR3 RAM for Advanced Multitasking
  • 256GB SSD Storage Capacity
  • 128GB TF Card Expansion
  • Bluetooth 4.0 Interface Syncs with Compatible Devices
  • Front Camera for Photos and Face-to-face Chat
  • HDMI Output Expands Your Viewing Options

If you’re in the market for an affordable yet quite powerful ultrabook, then you should probably have a look at the Jumper EZbook 3S, that’s currently available priced at €252.85 (at the time this post was made).

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22 Comments

  1. Karoon
    August 16, 2017

    What people never warn about when advertising these laptops is that the warranty for them is non-existent. You might as well forget about a free repair or replacement if something breaks (Oh, and it will, because to cut costs, companies like Jumper solder the Wi-Fi, Cameras, card readers and other hardware to the USB ports of your motherboard, the keyboard’s keys are inaccurately fitted so go ahead and buy a silicone cover for the keys unless you want your junk to fall in there and cause you potential problems later) because you’d have to pay to send your laptop to China to get it examined and they may charge you for the fix by making it look like it’s your fault that the laptop broke. I’m a Jumper user so I know what I’m talking about. But I knew what I was going for (I needed a cheap laptop for work) so it’s my fault and my fault only, but you shouldn’t be me. Before preparing to use your credit card (or PayPal account). Take a moment to think if it’s really worth saving a bit of cash now to fork it over later…
    That said, I really wish some decent Chinese manufacturers would think about expanding to other markets (Like Hasee, Maibenben, Shinelon, Machenike, Thunderobot which is Haier’s premium laptop line), but then they would need to make service centers accept and fix their computers, not to mention how much they’d have to spend on marketing and raising brand awareness…

    • Wolvie
      August 16, 2017

      Well thank you very much my friend for the information.

      I do know china companies always cut corner to cut their cost but i never think until that bad.

      But how come they are so idiot to solder to the USB port ?
      They can soldier directly to motherboard neatly. As for keyboard, they never think that this part is the one that people always use to type on daily basis so if they got brain ,they have to make sure the keyboard can last at least 1-2 years.

      • Karoon
        August 17, 2017

        I don’t know what made them do it, unfortunately, if it wasn’t for me installing Linux and spending 3 hours trying to get the Wi-Fi working, I would’ve never known about it myself, but when I inputted lsusb, I could see the camera (a GEMBIRD VGA one) and the Wi-Fi (A Realtek RTL8188ETV adapter) in the list of devices. And my laptop is a more expensive model than the EZBook 3 series (I bought a Core i7 model because Apollo Lakes have issues with Linux), so I wouldn’t expect the cheaper models to be any better…

        • NextHype
          August 17, 2017

          Lack of support is why you don’t buy i7 laptops in China. Except from a trusty manufacturer like Xiaomi. Air 13 would have been a better choice IMHO, as its fully Linux compatible and better built than Jumper devices (and other low cost brands).
          But I don’t teach you anything here, and you still can sell your Jumper device on eBay and buy another one 😉

          • Karoon
            August 17, 2017

            Well, to be fair, I did get a small cashback and a partial refund from the seller, who had only one job and he managed to screw it up completely, so it was a good bargain for me and after setting up Mint, I’m pretty much satisfied with the laptop as a laptop I would carry to work every day as I have another, more powerful PC for everything else (If I had to complain, I’d say that the keyboard could’ve been better, but at least it doesn’t flex as much as the one in EZBook 2 does, so it’s tolerable). I do agree that the Xiaomi laptops have a much better build quality, but they are more expensive in stores and if you buy them online in my country, there’s a high chance that they’d be sent back to China due to local laws. At least you get a warranty for buying them locally, but with their inflated prices, I think it’s more rational to get a Lenovo, an Asus or an HP laptop with more up-to-date specs.
            I will consider this laptop great if it lasts me 2-3 years, especially in terms of value for money. I just hope that Gizchina offers more reviews after a long term of using these laptops, rather than articles that emphasize on the cheapness of these devices, some of them may actually be good bargains if you need an el cheapo laptop for moderate surfing or studying, while other models could make too many compromises and end up broken sooner than you expected…

            • NextHype
              August 18, 2017

              Thanks for taking time answering and yes sometime you can’t refuse a good bargain.
              GC is absolutely not the place to check serious news on cheap tabs and laptops.
              You may now techtablets d0t c0m, if not go and check it. The owner over there is serious and doing very good job.

            • Karoon
              August 18, 2017

              Yeah, I’ve heard of TechTablets, actually, Chris’s reviews made me take the risk and grab a Jumper laptop, it’s nice to have a place where people review these and even help with hardware/software issues. Unfortunately, even downloading official drivers for some of these laptops can be problematic.
              I like GC because I can find out more about upcoming smartphones and not only the ones made by well-known brands, but, yeah, any info should be taken with a grain of salt and I do hope that these companies will keep raising their standards while keeping the prices relatively low. I’d love to buy a well balanced laptop for gaming for around $600 😀

  2. joemont
    August 16, 2017

    This laptop has an ugly glossy exterior based on the videos, crappy compared to the other ezbook/chuwi laptops.

  3. Guest
    August 16, 2017

    What people never warn about when advertising these laptops is that the warranty for them is non-existent. You might as well forget about a free repair or replacement if something breaks (Oh, and it will, because to cut costs, companies like Jumper solder the Wi-Fi, Cameras, card readers and other hardware to the USB ports of your motherboard, the keyboard’s keys are inaccurately fitted so go ahead and buy a silicone cover for the keys unless you want your junk to fall in there and cause you potential problems later) because you’d have to pay to send your laptop to China to get it examined and they may charge you for the fix by making it look like it’s your fault that the laptop broke. I’m a Jumper user so I know what I’m talking about. But I knew what I was going for (I needed a cheap laptop for work) so it’s my fault and my fault only, but you shouldn’t be me. Before preparing to use your credit card (or PayPal account). Take a moment to think if it’s really worth saving a bit of cash now to fork it over later…
    That said, I really wish some decent Chinese manufacturers would think about expanding to other markets (Like Hasee, Maibenben, Shinelon, Machenike, Thunderobot which is Haier’s premium laptop line), but then they would need to make service centers accept and fix their computers, not to mention how much they’d have to spend on marketing and raising brand awareness…

    • Guest
      August 16, 2017

      Well thank you very much my friend for the information.

      I do know china companies always cut corner to cut their cost but i never think until that bad.

      But how come they are so idiot to solder to the USB port ?
      They can soldier directly to motherboard neatly. As for keyboard, they never think that this part is the one that people always use to type on daily basis so if they got brain ,they have to make sure the keyboard can last at least 1-2 years.

    • Guest
      August 17, 2017

      I don’t know what made them do it, unfortunately, if it wasn’t for me installing Linux and spending 3 hours trying to get the Wi-Fi working, I would’ve never known about it myself, but when I inputted lsusb, I could see the camera (a GEMBIRD VGA one) and the Wi-Fi (A Realtek RTL8188ETV adapter) in the list of devices. And my laptop is a more expensive model than the EZBook 3 series (I bought a Core i7 model because Apollo Lakes have issues with Linux), so I wouldn’t expect the cheaper models to be any better…

    • NextHype
      August 17, 2017

      Lack of support is why you don’t buy i7 laptops in China. Except from a trusty manufacturer like Xiaomi. Air 13 would have been a better choice IMHO, as its fully Linux compatible and better built than Jumper devices (and other low cost brands).
      But I don’t teach you anything here, and you still can sell your Jumper device on eBay and buy another one 😉

    • Guest
      August 17, 2017

      Well, to be fair, I did get a small cashback and a partial refund from the seller, who had only one job and he managed to screw it up completely, so it was a good bargain for me and after setting up Mint, I’m pretty much satisfied with the laptop as a laptop I would carry to work every day as I have another, more powerful PC for everything else (If I had to complain, I’d say that the keyboard could’ve been better, but at least it doesn’t flex as much as the one in EZBook 2 does, so it’s tolerable). I do agree that the Xiaomi laptops have a much better build quality, but they are more expensive in stores and if you buy them online in my country, there’s a high chance that they’d be sent back to China due to local laws. At least you get a warranty for buying them locally, but with their inflated prices, I think it’s more rational to get a Lenovo, an Asus or an HP laptop with more up-to-date specs.
      I will consider this laptop great if it lasts me 2-3 years, especially in terms of value for money. I just hope that Gizchina offers more reviews after a long term of using these laptops, rather than articles that emphasize on the cheapness of these devices, some of them may actually be good bargains if you need an el cheapo laptop for moderate surfing or studying, while other models could make too many compromises and end up broken sooner than you expected…

    • NextHype
      August 18, 2017

      Thanks for taking time answering and yes sometime you can’t refuse a good bargain.
      GC is absolutely not the place to check serious news on cheap tabs and laptops.
      You may now techtablets d0t c0m, if not go and check it. The owner over there is serious and doing very good job.

    • Guest
      August 18, 2017

      Yeah, I’ve heard of TechTablets, actually, Chris’s reviews made me take the risk and grab a Jumper laptop, it’s nice to have a place where people review these and even help with hardware/software issues. Unfortunately, even downloading official drivers for some of these laptops can be problematic.
      I like GC because I can find out more about upcoming smartphones and not only the ones made by well-known brands, but, yeah, any info should be taken with a grain of salt and I do hope that these companies will keep raising their standards while keeping the prices relatively low. I’d love to buy a well balanced laptop for gaming for around $600 😀

  4. Guest
    August 16, 2017

    This laptop has an ugly glossy exterior based on the videos, crappy compared to the other ezbook/chuwi laptops.

  5. NextHype
    August 17, 2017

    I don’t understand why Jumper is still selling device with N3450 when N4200 is available… except for increased beneficial margin.

    • Karoon
      August 17, 2017

      I think it’s because the manufacturers have a special deal with Intel for their N3450 chips. The RCP of the chip is $107 (The RCP of N4200 is $161), but it can cost less if they bought it in bulk and Intel may want to get rid of all their stocks to make way for the new Gemini Lake CPUs. I wouldn’t be surprised if the Chinese manufacturers literally bought more than 100000 chips and are now making laptop after laptop with the same CPU in an attempt to make more money and get rid of all that stock. 🙂

      • NextHype
        August 18, 2017

        That makes sense! Thx

  6. NextHype
    August 17, 2017

    I don’t understand why Jumper is still selling device with N3450 when N4200 is available… except for increased beneficial margin.

    • Guest
      August 17, 2017

      I think it’s because the manufacturers have a special deal with Intel for their N3450 chips. The RCP of the chip is $107 (The RCP of N4200 is $161), but it can cost less if they bought it in bulk and Intel may want to get rid of all their stocks to make way for the new Gemini Lake CPUs. I wouldn’t be surprised if the Chinese manufacturers literally bought more than 100000 chips and are now making laptop after laptop with the same CPU in an attempt to make more money and get rid of all that stock. 🙂

    • NextHype
      August 18, 2017

      That makes sense! Thx