Now that the Eve V tablet has started shipping out to its initial backers, Eve has put the Surface competitor up for sale for anyone. That said, you'll have to be quick: due to a limited quantity of devices available, Eve is making this initial round a flash sale, allowing people to order the Eve V on a first come first serve basis.
We recently went hands-on with the Eve V and came away pretty impressed. The tablet comes in several different configurations, with up to a seventh-generation Intel Core i7 processor, 8GB or 16GB of RAM, up to 512GB of storage, and a 48Wh battery that Eve claims will last up to 12 hours. That's in addition to the device's 12.3-inch IGZO LCD 2880 x 1920 screen, a fingerprint sensor, and cameras of 2MP and 5MP on the front and rear, respectively.
As for design, it's pretty obvious from where the Eve V pulls its inspiration. There's a Surface Pro-like kickstand included, as well as a detachable keyboard. The catch is that the Eve V comes in cheaper than the Surface Pro, starting out at $799 and moving up to $1,999 depending on your choice of model.
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