Test: Eve Tech T1

It’s not just Nokia and Jolla makes mobile gadgets in Finland. Eve Tech is one of the newcomers.

The market for small tablets running Windows has quickly become a rather interesting history since Microsoft decided to skip Windows license fee for small plates and at the same time more or less give away sample versions of Office 365 (whole office, mass free snack via Skype and half obscene amounts of storage space on one drive) for a whole year in droves. This means that we suddenly have received a plethora of small manufacturers who sell cheap Windows tiles with a stable starting offer (and not a single smaller Windows plate with some sort of premiumspecifikationer on the other side of the coin, but we don’t need to talk about). The most extreme example is well Lamina which we tested earlier this year, which cost in the hundreds of Windows and over the plate where the stinging deceived wisdom turned out. There is simply a lot of Netbook-the Lord of the whole thing. Small, snot cheap Windows machines that initially seems really funny just because they are small and cheap, but pretty soon loses its charm when there are a myriad similar units with same specifications and content.

Eve Tech, for its part, is also a newcomer to this market come with pretty similar specs as the slightly cheaper Laminan. This is, however, a Finnish company that according to them were themselves unhappy with the entities found available on the market and therefore gave the task to create something better. We assume it is PR-talk to that they also wanted to cash in on this new market.
Better and worse
The comparison with the lamina budget flat is almost inevitable at this level and we’ll see it is the crass on two very similar machines.

The same Atom processor can be found in both machines, as much RAM and the same resolution. We look to screen the quality of the two is the almost identical, that is to say, surprisingly good for this price point, especially when it comes to viewing angle. What sets, and then also what makes Eve Techs machine a bit more expensive, is the amount of storage space and the camera on the back.

Storage space this is on 32 gigabytes, which feels very much as a minimum to run Windows. Our experiences at Laminans 16 gigabyte showed that we really only needed to start your computer to the storage would hit the ceiling. It’s not really here, although it still is so little memory that you should buy for a pretty large memory card in order to use the plate without getting irritated. The camera on the back for their part belong to the type of upgrades that do not play any type of role at any time then the extra megapixels do not directly coincided with any significant improvement of the images.

The plastic
So far remains very much Eve Tech at the same level as most of the other plates around 1 500 SEK. The big difference is that the storage space is larger than that of the very cheapest plates, but what we see here is that the feeling of the shell is actually worse than in the cheaper equivalent. This feels very plasticky and closest to the hollow under the skin on the back, something the cheaper Laminan not suffered in the same way. Something, however, is a bit funny is the lack of Micro-HDMI among ports on the plate. There is only one micro USB and Micro SD card socket instead of some options on full-sized varieties may, however, be seen as normal although it hardly eases slightly. Among the ports we find also the perhaps biggest difference compared to many other Windows tiles, then the slot is actually hidden behind a door and not completely freed that otherwise seems to be closest to the standard in the segment.

In terms of performance, so clear what you pay for. The current Atom chip, however, is surprisingly good at simply plod on with their tasks. Nothing to be blamed for going especially fast, but even if things don’t go in rocket speed so don’t slam on the brakes experience completely, either, for the most part. Our performance tests hardly impresses, but in terms of how the market looks makes no direct mistakes in this segment.
When it comes to battery life, it looks much like most of the other devices on this segment. With everything on max and under heavy load the plate falls asleep after a little more than two hours, but for a bit more normal use is possible without any major problems to poke out somewhere between five and six hours of use depending on what you are doing and the brightness of the screen you select.

Should we see it as a new business first attempt at market, we still see it very much as a pysning. This section of the Windows market has quickly become flooded and then simply require something extra to stand out. At this point feels Eve Tech T1 huge anonymous and something that quickly disappears into the crowd. We hope that they take out the collar to product generation two instead of just putting his name on a OEM flat like this feels very much like.

Mobile battery test
Battery video time: 2 hours and 26 minutes

Questions and answers
It will get Windows 10?
Oh yeah, all Windows 7 and 8 devices will be upgraded for free to Windows 10.

What about the bloatware?
In addition to an installation link to Microsoft Office, we are very liberated from such.

Do I need a memory card?
It is almost a requirement, otherwise you will be very good at cleaning your computer to be fully.

An alternative: Acer Switch 10-more sense
Hundreds more expensive, but with double the storage and a detachable keyboard.

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