This is exactly the same as the Teclast F7, but not quite. There are some key differences that I'm going to outline here in this video. So if you've seen my review of the tick last, if seven, this to me is still the best Apollo Lake N34 laptop that you can get N3450 sorry with six gigabytes around. This has six gigabytes of RAM 64 gigabytes of storage in both of these so identical specs wireless AC C, 8 watt hour battery for up to seven to eight hours of use, depending on what power limit you have set. So this has nine watts. This one has six out of the box here and you cannot adjust it through the BIOS on this one. So the bias Advanced Settings is locked down. I'Ll show you that in just a second and this one you can run it completely unlocked and thermals on. Both of these are really good. Now I didn't buy this to start with, because I heard that when it first came out, I had a TN panel, so I went no, I don't want. I don't want to see another TN panel after the jumper easy book three plus, and I got all the comments and even emails and people saying please check out the easy book three hour pro because it now has an IPS panel. No not on my unit as you can see, look at those viewing angles, so this is still a TN panel.

This one, of course, is using like a pls or an IPS panel, so you do get some darting of the image, but the shifting like that, like this one, is nowhere near as bad now. Is it a deal breaker this screen? Well, it depends if you're going to be looking at it straight on all the time. No, but I would still go for this, so this is glossy panel versus Barnette one, so you're not going to have so many issues with reflections, but it's just going to be there that vertical viewing angle does really bug me. The way that just shifts out – because this is the blue – you can see on the Windows 10 homes set up for your languages. This usally key language right there and just look at the way that that I mean mmm. Yeah not good, but let's have a look at them in a little bit more detail side by side and compare some of the. For instance, we have now I'm, not gon na, go into a lot of detail here, they're, basically the same the port loud and everything. I wanted to point out that they're both got precision touch pads but notice that on the tick last f7, at least in my case here – that it has a color that matches the rest of the design and then on the easy book. 3L, pro it's, a darker silver – they have more or less the same feel to them so it's, just a color difference there and that could vary from batch to batch and even possibly happen on the teclast f7.

So for ports, exactly the same micro SD card reader that's via a real tech, USB 2 hub, so don't expect fast speeds out of this full size, USB 3 port, of course, that can power external hard drives. We have dcn and then our power and they're 12 volts too, and so it identical then taking a look at the left hand side. So we got a status LED micro, HDMI out port for 4k, up to 30 Hertz output, USB 3 port and again identical. Everything. Is exactly the same here, keyboards again exactly the same there's, a very decent keyboards, a little bit better than the jumper easy book. Three pros very little flex are very firm keyboard, nice response on those keys and they have about 1.3 5 millimeters of travel. One thing that we'll probably often be skipped in these videos is the power supplies. Ok, yes, it's. The same output, 12, volts, 2 amps. But, of course one is the 2 prong us style that you get with the easy book, 3 out Pro and the tech last one, of course, is a EU 1. As you can see here, this one has a slightly longer cord to it, and I do like this a power adapter a little bit better. It just feels a little bit higher in quality, so that's. Another reason to go for the f7 there with the power supply. Somebody seems stupid to talk about the packaging. I just wanted to point out that the box of the jumper is a book 3l.

Pro is a lot lighter and thinner, so it's, more prone and susceptible to damage in transit. The packaging on T class 1 is a lot stronger and a little bit more premium, it's nicer to unbox nicely to give maybe as a prison. But for me the main thing is having a stronger box is a lot better, because some of these packages can get really knocked around coming from China to Europe. So the underside is the same. We have that SSD hatch on both of them, but you do get the teclast branding and logo on there and the f7 on the bottom, whereas the jumper there's. Nothing, really only just a few things on here. With that see a mark as well on the EC book 3l pro get that jumper brand on the top of the lid there on the tare class. There is no branding there whatsoever. Both of them are very firm and they have that full metal bill to them, which is quite good. The quality of it, considering the price that these laptops sell for and the tech last model does have tickle. As you can see written here, this is actually like each into that alloy. So you can't remove that the jumper has nothing there. So now, in the bios of the jumper easy book 3l pro, you can see that we do have the advanced settings and the bios, which is good. However, you'll notice, one seating and the most important one is missing, and that is power limits.

So we cannot customize our power limit. We cannot override it from 6 watts to 9 to 10 watts, or even unlimited, which I do on my tea glass. If 7, I ran unlimited for maximum performance. It takes a big head on the battery life, however, but that's a trade off that I'm willing to accept the other thing. To note, too, that you still will be able to do this software power limit override, so we can go and unlock it. You can set 10 watts, it just means you have to run that app every time and you can't do it manually in the BIOS. Ok, so I'm running HW info right now to take a look at the CPUs power limits on the jumper easy book 3 hour. Pro – and you can see right here – the 6 Watts that they have set, so that is the stock default limit on this, and does that mean it's gon na run slower then say: D take last if 7 with 9 watts it? Yes, especially when it comes to gaming, that's, probably the only real area, so if you're doing or want a game on this play older titles, something like League of Legends that will run perfectly fine on this, then you would probably opt to go for the tick. Last if7, because you better set your own power limit, then just get maximum performance. What it basically means is it will let the integrated graphics, just turbo up a clock, a lot higher.

It won't be limited and throttled by power limits on this particular model here, but the performance of this one. It feels quick and snappy. So if I everything it seems fine in that regard, so HW info is not reading the information correct here on the monitor the panel. According to this it's, an MS underscore triple zero three and I do believe, it's a TN panel. Now some people have, according to what I've seen it's, must be down to luck right. It must be a bit of a lottery, a bu. Oh, I think it is or Bo you branded one which is like a pls or an IPS panel. That'S Met coded so it's a bit of a lottery there now I'm not going to go and waste another 2' US and buy another one, and hopefully luck out that I get that particular panel, and here just be aware of that, that you might get a TN Panel matte coated, or you may get an IPS and win the lottery here and have a much better screen than this particular one. I have in my unit so I've loaded up a couple of my demo images here, so this is one of my cat Vera. This is a very good example of what to expect from the screen. So when you're looking at it straight on yeah, it does actually look really nice and fine and for most people it probably won't, be an issue especially non techies out there.

That may not may not even notice this, but there should be some finer details around here with Vera's ears but they're missing at this current angle. Now, if I just angle that screen up a little bit and there we go see what I mean now, we can see the shininess on her fur along here. You can see those details, it wasn't just all plain black like it was when it was angled about there. So that is the issue with this kind of screen, having less TN panel on here to me, bothers me and that's. The reason why I didn't want to buy this in the first place, but because of people's comments telling me no, it has an IPS panel. Now Chris, please reviewer, please get it and I got lots and lots of repeated requests and I'm really disappointed here that I'm. I got landed with a TN panel, so it is using a SanDisk emmc, just like the tick last f7. Very similar speeds here, which are very good for this type of drive, so it's emmc, 5.1, spec, we're, getting sequential 260 reads and over a hundred and ten writes, so that is not bad at all. Okay, so to wrap it up here. The key differences are power limits and the bios you cannot disable or adjust them on the jumper, easy book, 3l pro and then on the tick. Last, if seven, you can and of course, the screens massive difference that I got a TN panel in my jumper it's possible.

You may get an IPS but that's all down to the Chinese Hardware Lottery and what you're gon na get with one of these laptops here, at least with my tech last I'm, a lot happier with that screen, yes, its glossy, but I can put a screen protector On there and Matt anti glare one and that will probably fix the problem or that world would the glare and everything like that they tend to work quite well: the keyboard, the build quality, touchpad and ternal storage, the webcam, the microphone, the speakers, the battery the thermals. All identical exactly the same, and I would hold off wait if you're trying to get one of the tech lasts if sevens that are currently out of stock. Wait for the price to drop, get one of those over the jumper easy book three hour pro. Unless you want to take that lottery risk here, I'm really disappointed and if I did recommend to anyone to go for the easy book three hour pro. That was sorry based on other people's information telling me that no, it had an IPS panel and clearly it does not in my unit here thanks a lot for watching this little comparison here and please do check out my review of the tick lust f7 and the Jumper easy book 3l pro.