PiPO W2 is a tablet shown below, a product that runs Windows 8 and comes in a compact package, thanks to an 8 inch display. This model is priced at just $128, making it a very affordable product. The slate comes with an Intel Bay Trail T quad core processor and 2 GB of RAM.
The RAM is of the DDR3 kind and there’s also 32 GB of storage on board, dual cameras (2 MP front, 5 MP back with autofocus), as well as a pretty decent format. The W2 relies on Bay Trail T technology, with X86 core architecture and 22 nm production process. The CPU is clocked at 1.8 GHz and I see that there are two speakers at the back, close to the camera. The tablet looks pretty glossy and it’s either my weary eyes, or you can actually see through a part of its shell, as shown in the picture below.
The folks in the source link who wrote about the device claim that the display feels a bit washed out, but it may just be the picture’s fault. Who would have imagined a few years back that we would run full fledged Windows on such a small and affordable device? The only bad thing is that it’s a pain to interact with folders on the tiny screen.