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Jumper laptop X3 8GB RAM 128GB eMMC review and SSD upgrade option

Jumper laptop X3 8GB RAM 128GB eMMC review

This Jumper laptop X3 is Ultra Slim, absolutely perfect for your daily requirement! Included at home,in the office, the coffee shop or on the move! You could enjoy the pleasure of program starting, web browsing and switch on business office and daily entertainment. Offers 1920 x 1080 Resolution good experience for watching videos and browsing the Web. It allows you to capture memorable moments and boasts impressive high-quality images. Can you do Jumper Ezbook X3 SSD upgrade? 8GB smoothly run your photos and video-editing applications. 128GB Storage Capacity Provides room to store pictures, videos, music and more. External memory: Supports up to 128GB TF Card and M.2 SSD 1TB expansion. Find details in Jumper laptop X3 8GB RAM 128GB eMMC review and SSD upgrade option.

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Specifications – Jumper laptop X3 8GB RAM 128GB eMMC


  • Type: Bar
  • Dimensions: 33.00 cm x 22.00 cm x 1.30 cm
  • Weight: 1.30 Kg
  • Waterproof: No


  • Display Type: IPS FHD Display
  • Size: 13.3 Inch FHD
  • Resolution: 1920 x 1080 pixels
  • Display Colors: 16 Millions Colors
  • Pixel Density: 165.63 PPI Pixel Per Inch
  • Touch Screen: No
  • Display Protection: Yes support
  • Features: IPS FHD screen
    165.63 PPI, Pixel Per Inch


  • CPU: Intel Apollo Lake N3450 Processor
  • GPU: Intel HD Graphics 200 Integrated Graphics
  • RAM (Memory): 6GB
  • Internal Storage: 64GB
  • Memory Card Slot: 256GB SSD, M.2 (Jumper Ezbook X3 SSD upgrade)
  • Sensors: No


  • Operating System : OS: Microsoft Windows 10 OS
  • User Interface: Yes


  • Rear Camera: Approx 1225 x 816 pixels
  • Image: Not Available
  • Video: Yes 720 Pixels, Can start Online Video Conference
  • Flash: No
  • Front Camera: 2 Megapixel


  • SIM: Standard SIM


  • Wi-fi: Dual Band Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, 2.4GHz / 5.0GHz WiFi
  • USB: Yes support 2 x USB 3.0
  • NFC: No
  • Wireless Charging: No
  • Headphone Jack: Yes


  • Capacity: Lithium 7.6V/4500mAh high capacity battery with 100-240V 12V 3A AC Adapter

Compare Jumper laptop X3 laptop vs ASUS VivoBook 15 Thin and Light Laptop

Jumper EZbook X3 Windows 10 LaptopASUS VivoBook 15 Thin and Light Laptop2020 Lenovo IdeaPad Laptop Computer
Computer Memory Size6 GB8 GB4 GB
CPU Model ManufacturerIntelIntelIntel
CPU Speed2.40 GHz3.4 GHz1.6 GHz
Display Resolution Maximum1920*1080 lines_per_inch1920 x 1080 pixels1366 x 768
Screen Size13.3 inches15.6 inches14 inches
Hard Disk Size64 GB64 GB
Item Dimensions12.40 x 8.10 x 0.71 inches14.10 x 9.10 x 0.80 inches14.02 x 10.20 x 0.82 inches
Item Weight2.70 lbs3.75 lbs4.40 lbs
Operating SystemWindows 10Windows 10 SWindows 10
Processor Count222
Wireless Communication Standard802.11ac, 802.11bgn802.11ac, Bluetooth802.11ac

Jumper laptop X3 8GB RAM 128GB eMMC review


 It was probably supposed to be as thin and light as possible – to which the quickest solution is to choose simple, cheap plastic. The lid is also made of plastic, although it is significantly more solid than the base. The hinge gives a bad impression: Every time you move the screen, the back of the base unit gets warped.


If you look at the Ezbook from the side, it copies the MacBook Air’s tapered profile. On each side, there are three ports: two USB 3.0 ports, one microSD card, one HDMI and one audio ports, along with a proprietary power connector. As with most MacBook Air clones, the power button sits on the top right-hand side of the keyboard. Nothing special here, though. There is a 0.3 mega-pixel on the top of the screen, and the speakers are average, unlike the impeccable rear-firing MacBook Air speakers.


The anti-glare 13.3-inch panel has a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels and offers a decent contrast ratio of 1045:1 and a good color display. The screen does not use PWM to regulate the brightness.

The 60-Hz IPS display has stable viewing angles and an even brightness distribution. There is some clouding around the edges, although this is only noticeable on a black screen. Brightness is below average – all our test unit’s competitors offered better luminosity. That’s why the matte panel is of no real use in direct sunlight and becomes hard to read in bright daylight. The best panel is that of the Medion Akoya E4253. It is matte and sufficiently bright – but only has a low contrast ratio. 

Keyboard and touchpad

The standard-size touchpad is responsive, placed on a level that’s a bit too different from the palm rest level for our liking. You’ll notice some noise when clicking the right or left buttons, which is something you expect at this price point. Jumper bundles the touchpad with a free piece of software called Touchpad-blocker which blocks any accidental clicks while typing on the keyboard.

Like most 13-inch laptops, the keyboard is relatively small and exhibits some flex. That should not be a concern unless you intent to type on it forcefully. The keys are well spaced and have good feedback, without being too springy, especially the full-size Shift keys. On the downside, it lacks a ‘print screen’ button.

Jumper laptop X3 8GB RAM 128GB eMMC review and SSD upgrade option

Jumper laptop X3 8GB RAM 128GB eMMC performance review

The Jumper EZbook X3 (13.3 inch) is only available with a Celeron N3350 and 6 GB of RAM. The dual-core SoC, made for affordable low-end notebooks, is suitable for very simple areas of use such as writing emails, browsing or watching short videos.

The device is equipped with 64 GB of eMMC storage. The storage capacity can be expanded via a storage cart (up to 256 GB) and an M.2 SSD (Jumper Ezbook X3 SSD upgrade option)

But even this could tax the chip and slow eMMC storage. 5 browser tabs and the performance is brought to its knees. Even loading the home page of YouTube takes at least 10 minutes. While a video is playing, the device takes longer to switch between tabs and even going back and forth within Explorer is slower than usual. The Celeron N3350 really can’t handle anything but the most simple applications.  


The Intel Celeron N3350 is a dual-core SoC from 2016 (Apollo Lake). It supports dual-channel storage, which is of no use as the 6 GB of RAM are in single channel mode.

You can’t do a lot with this processor. On the contrary, the SoC lazes around at the bottom of our R15 loop comparison table, together with the AMD A6-9220e. Performance is constant. You can see clearly why the Pentium N5000 (Medion) and the Celeron N4100 (Chuwi LapBook Pro) are the better choice. 

The results of the PCMark 10 benchmark are accordingly low. Only Lenovo’s IdeaPad Slim 1 is slower. The results of Medion’s Akoya E4253 (Pentium) are the best, and those of the LincPlus P1 (Celeron N4000) aren’t bad either. We haven’t got any figures for the Chuwi LapBook Pro.    

Graphics Performance

The integrated graphics card Intel HD Graphics 500 should not play a big role in the purchase decision. The most it can do is display browser games smoothly.

Can you do Jumper Ezbook X3 SSD upgrade?

Easy to Add More Storage

8G RAM +128GB ROM, make full use of the potential of the laptop. Don’t worry about running out of storage space.

Support 128GB TF card expansion.

M.2 (SATA3) SSD expansion on the back of the compute support 256 GB, 512 GB, 1 TB.

not include card

TF card size :15*11*1mm

SSD card size : 22*42mm

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