Pipo W2 Review

on Sunday, November 9, 2014
Pipo is not only about Android with their MediaTek and Rockchip tablets and at Hong Kong Fair, they are also showing the new W2 and W3 tablets running on Windows 8. Earlier this year, Pipo already launched the PiPO W1 tablet running on an Intel Atom Z3740D (Bay Trail-T) quad-core processor. The W3 can be seen as an upgrade to the W1, while the smaller W2 is a complete new model.

The W2 comes with an 8 inch screen with 1280 x 800 resolution, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of Flash storage and it is powered by Intel Bay Trail T-Z3740D quad-core processor. It also features a MicroSD slotfront and rear camerasMicroUSB port, HDMI and audio jacks. It should be available in June this year, but the price is yet unknown. Pipo W3 is the upgraded W1 model and comes with Z3775D 2.5 Ghz processor and 10.1 inch screen with 1920 x 1200 resolution. The W3 will be available within a month from now.

Pipo chose to pack all the keys on the left top corner (as well as a 2-megapixel front facing camera); this means that you can power up the tablet, switch between desktop and Metro mode (there's a dedicated desktop/Metro button) and change the volume using your index finger only.

Other ports on that left side include a headphone socket, a mini USB port, a type-C mini HDMI port, a microSD card slot (recognises a 64GB SDXC card, so higher capacity ones should be compatible as well) and the power socket.


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