EVOO 14.1” Full HD IPS Ultra Thin Laptop, Celeron N3350, 32GB eMMC, 4GB RAM Review
EVOO 14.1” Full HD Ultra Thin Laptop
EVOO 14.1” Full HD Ultra Thin Laptop is an ultra-slim and portable, on-the-go, everyday things laptop with basic features like a dual core Celeron processor, 32GB eMMC flash storage, 4GB memory, Windows 10 Home operating system, front webcam and up to 8 hours battery life.
The Quarter 4 of 2016 release Apollo Lake Intel Celeron N3350 is a dual core CPU that works at a speed range between 1.1GHz and 2.4GHz with the turbo boost feature. The typical Thermal Design Power-TDP is 6 watts, that will help with the reasonable battery life at this price level. The Average Passmark benchmark score is 1113 at the moment for an entry level drama-free processing for your simple daily work and leisure tasks.
32GB eMMC Flash is very minimal in terms of local storage space as Windows will take up most of it, but you can save your important files, music and videos on Cloud storage. 4GB DDR4 RAM is plenty of memory for a laptop computer at this price and power/performance level and offers a good deal of multitasking power. You have the Windows 10 Home operating system pre-installed with its old and new functions that you may have already been enjoying. If you get the Windows S, it can be upgraded to normal Win 10 via the Microsoft store free of charge.
14.1″ FHD non-touch display has the 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution with great contrast, sharp texts and vivid colors and an IPS panel with the 178-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles, especially when you’re sharing the display with others. This is certainly not a gaming laptop and you can only play some modern games, but at very low settings. The Full HD screen doesn’t have the touch functionality, but the picture quality is surprisingly good- crystal clear. There is a .3MP front facing webcam with dual microphones for Skype chats and still photos.
EVOO 14.1” Laptop comes with basic connectivity including the 802.11ac wireless, Bluetooth, Micro HDMI, Micro SD expansion slot. And you obviously won’t get a DVD Optical Drive and you can purchase one cheaply at Amazon.com and connect it via Bluetooth. The touchpad with a grainy texture is responsive, non-backlit keyboard has a tactile feel and is comfy to type on with the good key travel distance. A Bluetooth mouse can also be easily connected if you’re one of those people that prefer using a mouse.
It works just like a normal Windows computer, with the obvious speed and performance level restrictions. You can expect up to 8 hours of battery life on average for things like light internet browsing and video streaming. It takes about 2.5 hours to fully charge the battery and there is no quick charge option. It could make a great little student computer for research, homework and daily use or for those that need something lightweight to take with them on their travels. It will run very nicely with the simple apps, word processing, spreadsheets, surfing the web, watching videos and playing the simple games.