Pipo announces X1, its first PC-on-stick

Chinese tablet maker Pipo announced its first PC-on-stick dubbed Pipo X1. It was initially unveiled at Computex last month, where Ben Lao CEO of Pipo showed a prototype of Pipo X1. Now the company have revealed the specs of Pipo X1.

The Pipo X1 looks similar to the Intel compute Stick, it seems like most of the PC-on-stick's are based on Intel's reference design and offers the same specs.
The Pipo X1 is powered by an Intel Atom Z3735F processor paired with 2GB RAM. On-board storage is 32GB and there is a microSD card reader if you want more storage. It has a micro-USB port for power, a second micro-USB port which can be used to connect peripherals (Keyboard, mouse, etc.) and a full-sized USB port. There is also supports for WiFi 802.11n and Bluetooth connectivity. It features a fanless design and sports has a metal case with extra ventilation.

Pipo will offer the X1 PC-on-stick with a choice of Windows or Android and the device may also be available with dual-OS option.

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Pipo announces X1, its first PC-on-stick Pipo announces X1, its first PC-on-stick Reviewed by Kaiser on 7/22/2015 10:47:00 PM
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