Usually, when we talk about a Chinese laptop or a 2-in-1 tablet PC, we recall two brands, Chuwi and Jumper. Moreover, when introducing a new product carrying any of these brands, it should run on Windows OS. As for now, we are going to take a quick look at another product coming our way from Jumper, but it is an Android-powered tablet. The Jumper EZpad M3 is a regular mid-range tablet. But there are also a couple of great features helping it to stand out.
First, the Jumper EZpad M3 is equipped with an MT8163 chip, which can be found on the Amazon Fire HD8. So the manufacturer has decided to bring this SoC to its new tablet. The processor is paired with a 2GB of Ram and 32GB of internal storage. The memory options are not eye-catching. But if taking into account the category the chip belongs to, it’s a quite acceptable offer. Thanks to the mentioned chip and the memory combination, the EZPad M3 scores around 30K at AnTuTu. This is quite sufficient for the most of daily tasks. Plus, it runs on Android 7.0 that controls everything perfectly.
The selling point of the Jumper EZpad M3 is its 10.1-inch IPS touchscreen, which provides a resolution of 1,920 × 1,200 pixels (WUXGA). We have seen other tablets with a higher resolution display, but the most of products of this category come with a similar screen.
The connectivity features are common for such devices as well. The Jumper EZpad M3 comes with a few interfaces including a micro USB, HDMI, TF card slot, and a 3.5mm audio jack. It supports a single-channel WiFi and sports low-resolution camera sensors.