Pipo officially unveiled its first Windows 8 tablet, the Pipo Work W1. Priced at $ 399 dollars, you can find it only in the Asian market. The device can also be attached to a keyboard to turn into a compact notebook.
Pipo Work W1 measures 257 x 172 x 9.7 mm and dons an attractive design, vaguely identical to Microsoft Surface. It is a 10.1 inches HD screen with a multitouch IPS display with 10 touch points. The heart of the device is the dual core 1.8 GHz Intel Atom Z3740D Bay Trail-T processor, with 2 GB RAM and 32/64GB of internal memory. The tablet dons an audio jack for headphones, a microUSB port, miniHDMI, a 1.4 digital video output, a microSD card reader, a 5 MP rear camera, a 2 MP webcam, modules Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0 and 3G (via optional external dongle), a pair of speakers and 0.8 W 7900 mAh battery that should provide a maximum range of 10 hours. Pipo Work W1 is already available on the Taiwanese market at a price of $ 399.