Looks like the hybrids between miniPC and tablet of the Chinese brand PiPo do not sell badly according to the different versions that we are seeing. PIPO X11S goes a little beyond the changes in hardware and introduces substantial changes in the design with respect to previous models as it leaves behind its trapezoidal design and reduces its thickness considerably now approaching its design to a conventional tablet. Changes in design also affect the arrangement of connectors and buttons while at the hardware level only signaling the presence of a Gigabit network connector.
PIPO X11S includes the SoC Quad Core Intel Atom x5-Z8350, with 2GB of non-expandable DDR3 RAM, 32GB of internal storage eMMc, wifi b / g / n with external antenna and Bluetooth 4.0. The touch screen is 8.9 inches with a PLS panel that has a resolution of 1920 × 1200 pixels. While at the connectivity level we have 3 USB 2.0 ports, to USB 3.0 port, MicroSD card reader, Gigabit ethernet network connector, AV output jack, MicroSD card reader and an HDMI port.
By default this model comes with a Dual OS with Android 5.1 and Windows 10 Home installed and activated.