Every time I see a new tablet with both Windows 8 and Android on board, I triple check the news source, so it’s not wrong. Why? Because 90% of the times dual boot tablets are actually tablets sold with EITHER Windows or Android. Well, finally we’ve got a real one… and it’s made by PiPO.
The product follows in the footsteps of the PiPO K2, which was the first 2 in 1 Core M Windows 8 slate. Now, the newcomer comes with a 10.1 inch Full HD display, a Broadwell CPU and it dual boots Windows 8.1 and Android. Its price tag is a good $399 and the device is pictured above. The chipset used here is an Intel Core M-5Y10C, with 14 nm production process and a TDP of 4.5 W.
There’s 4 GB of DDR3 RAM, 32 or 64 GB storage inside, a microUSB 3.0 port on board, plus a microUSB 2.0 and a HDMI one. Finally, we get an SD card slot and a separate connector for power, not the microUSB one. The design is very simple and basic, with a rectangular format and plastic as the material.