Eve V Latest Update, Specs, Price: Pre-Order The First Crowd Sourced Laptop For $699; Will It Be A Surface Pro Killer?
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A Finland-based startup, Eve Tech has successfully developed a 2 in 1 windows powered laptop.The Eve V went for sale at Indiegogo and was complexly sold out in less than 3 hours. The Tech startup had started a campaign on Indiegogo to raise $75,000 crowd funding, which it achieved within two days.
The campaign has raised more than $860,000 via the same crowdfunding site. The company is backed by Microsoft, Intel, and even Finnish government,as reported by Travelers Today. Eve V is another example of manufacturers moving towards designing 2-in-1 laptops. The recent launch of Microsoft Surface Pro is a strong player in the domain and Eve V will be a tough competitor for the Surface Pro. Let us check some amazing Eve V features.
Eve V Specs
Eve V will be powered by an Intel 7th gen Core i7 processor, 16GB of RAM and 512GB of storage. Lower end models with m3 and i5 processors are also available. Eve V will run either windows 10 or Pro and will be free of bloatware. As reported by Silicon Angle, the powerful machine will give up to 12 hours of battery life. Co-founder and chief executive Konstantinos Karatsevidis said,
"Hopefully it's one of the best computers you've ever had, at a fraction of the cost."
Eve V Design
The latest Eve V will feature a resolution of 2,736 x 1,824, 12.3-inch LCD display with drop and scratch resistant Corning Gorilla Glass. It will feature quad speakers against the dual speakers found in Transformer Pro 3 and Surface Pro. Eve V will include a USB port, USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 for high-speed transfer capabilities.
Eve V Price
Eve V price will vary depending on the specs offered. The top-end model will set you back by $1,399. The lower end models with i5 and m3 processors will start from as low as $699. The Eve V pen will be sold at $39. Even for the top most models, the buyer will pay far less when compared with Surface Pro 4.
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