It doesn’t take a big brand to make a great device and the gadget below proves it. This is the Pipo M7pro, a tablet that features an interesting 8.9 inch display, a format that hasn’t been approached by mainstream slates, since the days of Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9 and Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9.


This product relies on a Samsung PLS screen and inside we find the RK3188 quad core processor, plus a GPS. The screen has what they call an ultra narrow frame and the device uses a compact and ultrathin case, with great palm grip. The device looks beautiful and its back side reminds me of the Motorola Xyboard tablets.

Pipo M7Pro supports a 1920 x 1200 pixel resolution, one that’s only found on the Kindle Fire 8.9, when it comes to diagonals smaller than 10 inches. We’ve also got a contrast ratio of 900:1 and at the back there’s a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus and even a flash is included. HDMI is on board as well, plus compass feature and a microSD card slot. Would you buy this model?



  • Mikestroh

    I would go for the FNF IFive 2x instead because it has the speakers in the front and it’s build quality looks up to par and possibly better than the Pipo M7 Pro. It’s full HD as well. It’s the one I’ve been reviewing for the past 3 months.