Hands on: Jumper EZpad 5S review

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Microsoft’s Surface 3 was, at least in the subdued PC market, a relative success, selling well despite a rather steep price point for what it provides hardware-wise (something we criticised).

At nearly £500 ($690 in the US, which is around AU$920) when you factor in the detachable keyboard and the stylus, it comes across as an expensive tablet even by Microsoft’s standards, especially as the competition has heated up in the 2-in-1 segment.

So it comes as no surprise that, just like the MacBook Pro and the Yoga 3 (both of which had very similar competitors in the shape of the Xiaomi Air 12 and theVoyo VBook V3), the Surface 3 has attracted the attention of one Chinese vendor, Jumper.

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https://www.techradar.com/reviews/pc-mac/tablets/jumper-ezpad-5s-1328790/review

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