Eve V's latest confirmed specs include an impressive display, fingerprint sensor and more

If you're eagerly awaiting the release of the crowd-developed Eve V Windows 10 2-in-1, Eve has revealed some new specs for the device that will likely make the wait even more difficult. The latest specs revealed by the company include details on the display, touch panel, sensors, and pen.

Perhaps most notable is the reveal of the Eve V's display, which will come in at 12.3-inches at a 2736 x 1824 resolution (3:2 aspect). Eve is calling this "one of the finest displays in the category," with the panel packing a special anti-reflective coating and great color reproduction. From Eve:

Covering over 100% of the widely accepted, professional Adobe sRGB color standard, pictures and videos will look like nothing you've seen before.Each of this stunning display's nearly five Million pixels is turbo-charged by a new atomic arrangement. The Indium gallium zinc oxide composition enhances each pixel by raising the amount of light transmission.

Eve is also talking up the Eve V's pen, noting that it is targeting accuracy that may surpass that of the Surface Pen. The Eve pen will obey the same N-TRIG protocol as the Surface Pen, which means that it will work with the Eve 5 as well (though it may be less accurate than its own pen, Eve notes).

The Eve V is also planned to pack a fingerprint sensor right on the device's power button, meaning you can use the sensor with Windows Hello even if the keyboard is detached. Finally, Eve did have a bit to say on the LTE version of the device, noting that it has opted to postpone its launch in order to find a design that will work with the LTE antennas.

The Eve V is set to hit Indiegogo later in November, and more will be revealed about the device's specs as the weeks go on. In the meantime, you can read the nitty-gritty details of the latest revealed specs in Eve's dedicated blog post.

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