Eve V is one of the most interesting crowdfunding projects of recent years when it comes to tablet parcels. This was expected by many of the equipment to hit us a few weeks ago, but the obstacle was … the recent problems.
Eve V was financed through a crowdfunding campaign, and with a really good result – although the completion goal was $ 75,000, the payments exceeded that ceiling to a total of $ 1.4 million . Why do you owe this success? First and foremost, the designs refer to Surface Pro 4 from Microsoft as well as really very decent technical specifications. On board, we will find Intel Core micro m / m5 / m7 processors of the seventh generation of Kaby Lake, supported by 8 or 16 GB of RAM, while data will be 512 GB on the NVMe SSD. But what makes a special impression is that the manufacturer promised 15 hours of work without having to load this equipment.So far, a 12.3-inch screen and a resolution of 2736 x 1824 pixels were also part of this tablet. As it turned out, the problem of not allowing Eve V to appear on the market is precisely the lack of delivery of these panels, which seriously delays the production process. It seems, however, that the company has found a perfect way out. In the face of delays, the company asked its customers what to choose – wait for the delivery of the current screen or ask for cash back and order slightly better screens. As you probably know, the vast majority chose the second option. For this reason, you will soon order one of two screens – 12.3 "from Sharpa at 2880 x 1920 pixels made in IGZO or 12-inch technology created by AUO. Most importantly, people who pay their money to a collection account will not be asked for a payment , which in many other cases could happen. Such behavior must definitely boast. Eve V will hit the market for a starting price of $ 999 . Source: tablet-news