These are the crowd-developed Eve V's final hardware specs

As promised, Eve has officially unveiled the final, detailed list of hardware that will come packed in its crowd-developed Windows 10 2-in-1 tablet, the Eve V. We've previously seen Eve tease various aspects of the tablet, like its screen and fingerprint sensor, but this is the first look at the full spec sheet.

Without further ado, here's what hardware you can expect from the Eve V:

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CPUIntel 7th Gen Core M3/i5/i7
Connectivity802.11ac 2x2 MU-MIMO, Bluetooth 4.2
Ports2x full USB 3.1, 1x USB 3.1 USB-C, 1x Thunderbolt 3 USB-C, 1x 3.5mm audio, 1x Micro SDXC reader
Display12.3-inch IGZO LCD, 2736 x 1824 resolution, 1:1500 contrast, 450 nits, anti-reflection coating
Battery48 Wh (10-12 hours)
SensorsFingerprint, Hall, Gravity, Light, Gyroscope, GPS
AudioQuad 1W speakers, dedicated TI headphone audio amplifier, 2 noise-canceling microphones
Cameras2MP front, 5MP rear
StylusN-Trig, Surface compatible, 1024 pressure levels
KeyboardPogo-Pin and Wireless keyboard with backlight and latest glass clickpad by Synaptics (Microsoft Precision drivers), Bluetooth 4.2, connects up to 3 devices, 15-hour continuous typing battery life

Alongside the full spec reveal, Eve also gave us a quick look at the wireless keyboard that will launch alongside the Eve V. The company is really talking up the durable build quality of the keyboard, along with the precision trackpad and backlit keys. You can find an in-depth explanation of the decisions that went into the Eve V's keyboard at Eve's full blog post, but here's a look at what you can expect the keyboard to look like.

Eve V Keyboard

The Eve V is officially set to hit Indiegogo on November 21. The company only expects to have 500 units available in its initial round, so you'll want to be quick if you're planning to snag one of your own. There's still now expected price available, but for now, you can get a quick comparison of how the Eve V stacks up with the Surface Pro 4 in the chart below.

Eve V vs SP4

Thanks, Ruben, for the tip!

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