Pipo W4s is an ultra budget tablet that offers Dual Boot OS and great portability.
|CPU||64 bit Intel Bay Trail Z3735F 1.83GHz Quad Core
GPU: Intel HD Gen 7
|Memory||RAM: 2 GB LPDDR3
ROM: 64 GB
MicroSD up to 64 GB
|OS||Dual Boot (Android 4.4 KitKat + Windows 8.1)
One Click OS Change
|Display||8.0 inch, IPS, WXGA
1280 x 800 pixels, 16:10
|Cameras||5.0 mp rear camera, Autofocus
2.0 mp front camera
|Data||Not built in, supports external 3G Dongle
|Connectivity||Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, MicroUSB (OTG)
|Features||Playstore (Android), Bing (Windows), One click OS change, 1080p playback
|Dimensions||209 x 112 x 10mm
|Ports||1x Mini HDMI
1x TF card slot
|Batttery||4500mAh (3 - 4 hrs)
Pipo launches their cheapest Dual Boot tablet to date, the Pipo W4s is a successor to the W4 (standard) and offers a portable 8.0 inch High Definition Display, a large 4500mAh battery and ample 64 GB internal storage space. Interestingly, the tablet is equipped with a One Click OS change to instantly change between Android and Windows seamlessly.
In terms of looks, clearly borrowed design reminiscent of iPad Mini, the tablet looks great for its size, and features multiple ports including Mini HDMI port. Although the built is mostly hardened plastic, the tablet is solid and sturdy for everyday use. Plus the good enough battery can last up to 4 hours at typical usage and more for more frugal circumstances.
Overall, the Pipo W4s is a cheap but very solid tablet that offers great portability and storage for its size. Perfect for those looking for a multimedia tablet as well as a work laptop. iPad mini inspired body looks great and it also features full connectivity.
- Most Affordable Dual boot Tablet
- Features one touch instant OS Switch
- Equipped with 2 GB DDR3 RAM and 64 GB internal storage (expandable)
- 8.0 inch IPS High Definition Display
- 4500mAh battery
- Supports Mini HDMI Port
- No 1080p display
- No built in 3G Support