It almost feels like there’s nothing that can be done for the 2-in-1 tablet form factor started by ASUS and then popularized by the Microsoft Surface Pro. After all, how much can you cram inside such a thin space without making it as unwieldy as a laptop? In two weeks, Finland-based Eve Tech will be proving the industry wrong by finally selling the Eve V computer to the public, challenging the status quo, not to mention the Surface Pro, not just in features but also in the way products can be made.
It was designed by the community
Many products born of crowdfunding will claim to have been created with the input of backers and customers. Few, however, can boast of doing that right from the get go.
Mirroring Razer’s slogan, the Eve V was, in a way, made by geeks for geeks. That may sound almost offensive to some, but think of it this way: who else would know about the best specs that users want than them? Although Eve Tech did put its foot down on the matter, much of the discussion and debates started with the input of the community.
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