The PiPo P10 is a brand new 2 in 1 Convertible Tablet that features the new Rockchip RK3399 Hexacore Chipset. It also comes with a 2560 x 1600 pixel screen with Stylus Support. The tablet runs the Phoenix OS + Android 7.1 Nougat.
The Pipo N7 is an Sub$100 Android Tablet that has a metallic build and comes with built in GPS. It also offers a decent screen and good enough performance.
The Pipo W2s is a Sub$100 Tablet that has recently been rebooted to Intel Atom Z8350 Chipset. It is a budget tablet that offers Dual OS Support out of the box and comes with a decent IPS Screen.
The Pipo W1 Pro is a refresh 2 in 1 Convertible Ultrabook powered by Intel Atom X5-Z8350 Chipset. It also comes bundled with it’s own keyboard and Active Stylus. Is it any good?
The most powerful of the bunch, but also cost more, the V3 mini is the successor to the V2, the designs are exactly identical except for some additional interfaces and hardware boost.
An Ultrabook powered by Intel Atom Cherry Trail and comes with a 14 inch TN Panel Display, USB 3.0, 10000mAh battery and a strikingly Macbook Air Design.
Pipo’s latest adaptation to the Cherry Trail scene is more like a reboot and also a transformer tablet.
Awesome Ultra portable Dual OS Tablet with built-in 3G Support and above 1080p Display.
A sub$200 transformer Tablet with powerful specs and FHD or 1080p inch Display.
The successor to the Pipo X8 Mini PC, offers the flexibility of a Tablet, capability of a workstation laptop and a Smart TV.