Pipo X11 is an improved version of Pipo X10 that was released last year. The Pipo X11 specifications include newer Cherry trail processor, 8.9” full HD display and dual operating system setup. Here is the Pipo X11 review video.
So if you were expected Apollo Lake processor, you will be disappointed. Even the newer, improved Pipo X10 does not come with Apollo Lake. It comes with Intel Atom x5-Z8350 (Cherry Trail), 2-4GB of RAM and 32-64GB ROM, 10.8-inch Full HD (1920 x 1200 pixels) touch IPS display, five contact points, Windows 10 and Android 5.1 operating system. Interface selection includes four USB (three USB 2.0 and USB 3.0), HDMI, RJ-45, audio jack, WiFi 802.11ac and bluetooth 4.0.
Pipo X11 specifications include 8.9-inch full HD IPS display, Intel Atom X5-Z8350 quad core 1.92 GHz processor, 2-4GB RAM, 32-64GB storage and dual boot setup. Interface selection is same as Pipo X10. The new X10 also has support for digitizer so you can input by using stylus which is sold separately.
This stylus has 1024 levels of pressure to maximize the potential of Windows Ink, has a button to clear and enjoys technology like palm rejection.
Both Pipo mini PCs are now in production and will soon reach the market. Their price will vary depending on the configuration chosen, but we are sure it will be priced between 199 – 249 dollars.