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Eve V to come in three hardware configurations, won't include Pen

Less than a week ago, Finnish company Eve announced the final specifications of its upcoming hybrid Windows 10 device named "Eve V". Dubbed by many as the "Surface Killer", the convertible ultrabook launches on Indiegogo on November 21. Now, the company has finally revealed the hardware configurations of its upcoming machine as well.

All models of the Eve V will ship with a wireless keyboard, however, they will not include the "V Pen". The device will be available in three configurations, which are as follows:

V m3

  • CPU: Intel Core m3 (7Y30)
  • RAM: 8GB (LPDDR3)
  • ROM: 128GB SSD (m.2. SATA3)

V i5

  • CPU: Intel Core i5 (7Y54)
  • RAM: 8GB (LPDDR3)
  • ROM: 256GB SSD (m.2. SATA3)

V i7

  • CPU: Intel Core i7 (7Y75)
  • RAM: 16GB (LPDDR3)
  • ROM: 512GB SSD (m.2. SATA3)

Additionally, the company has clarified that contrary to media reports, the GPS module in the Eve V hasn't been confirmed. Eve states that if it works well in the Wi-Fi model, it'll be included, otherwise, it'll be relegated to the LTE model only.

The Eve V launches globally on Indiegogo on November 21, with 500 units initially available for purchase and a shipping date of "early 2017". While the company hasn't officially announced the pricing details as of yet, it previously hinted that the base model will cost less than €1000 (~$1100) and that the "ultimate model" will be priced at €2000 (~$2200) inclusive of taxes.

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