May 30, 2017 07:28 PM EDT
Microsoft has already established its very own trend in the field of convertibles with its Surface laptops. But it seems to face some potential challenge from certain other computer makers as well. One of the budding contenders among them is Eve Tech, which has already set an impulsive target to turn down the monarchy of Surface Pro with its Eve V.
According to Cnet, Eve V, which has been revealed on the occasion of Computex, looks much alike Microsoft Surface convertible. The major advantage of the new laptop is based on its lineup of specs. Potential sources suggest that Eve V boasts some of the extraordinary range of attributes. And all thanks to crowdfunded selection of features, Eve V boasts technicalities which are even better than Microsoft's latest Surface Pro flagships. The magnetic masterpiece flaunts a 12.3-inch screen coupled with a mid ranged stylus support. Besides this, perhaps the most concentrated and intriguing part of Eve V is its USB Type-C port support.
The Verge pointed out that where Microsoft is still considering to leave up any plans for boasting a USB Type-C port on its Surface tablets, Eve Tech has already equipped the multi-functional port in its newest stunner. Eve V comes with a handful of ports like a 3.5-mm audio jack, a Thunderbolt 3 port and a USB 3.0 port alongside the USB Type-C port. In terms of other specs, the exotic looking Eve V packs 16 GB RAM support coupled with 512 GB inbuilt storage.
The convertible is powered by Intel Core i7 processor. As for power backup, Eve V secures a long term battery life with about 48 hours of power backup at a single charge. The sensational looking device comes with a price tag of $799. Trustworthy tech analysts have already given the device the good to go signal.
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