MeeGoPad T07 Pro Is Another Intel Z8300 Windows Stick

MeeGoPad are at it again with the release of the MeeGoPad T07 Pro Windows PC. Using a compact stick form factor, the MeeGoPad T07 Pro features the quad core Intel X5-Z8300 Cherry Trail SoC, 32GB of onboard storage, b/g/n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0. The unit also comes with an activated version of Windows 10 Home.

Most interestingly however, is that MeeGoPad have stepped up the amount of RAM, shipping the T07 Pro with 4GB compared to the typical 2GB seen in most models. This should help with multitasking for those who like to do more than a few things at once.


I’m also glad to see that MeeGoPad have included two full sized USB 2.0 ports. After reviewing the MeeGoPad T03 Pro, I did find having only a single fullsize USB port pretty limiting as using multiple adapters becomes cumbersome.

The company have also one again opted for an active cooling setup, using a small fan to help keep temperatures down.

Inside the box, you’ll get the MeeGoPad T07 Pro unit, power adapter, power cable and a Chinese instruction manual.

Getting One

The MeeGoPad T07 Pro is available from GearBest for around $132 including shipping at the time of writing. Use coupon GBT07 to get it for just $129.99.

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MeeGoPad T07 Pro Technical Specifications


  • Processor
    Intel X5-Z8300 Cherry Trail
    Up to 1.84GHz
  • GPU
    Intel HD graphics
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home
  • RAM
    4GB DDR3
  • Storage
    32GB eMMC+ microSD slot up to 64GB
  • Power
    DC 5V/2A


  • WiFi
    802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi
  • Bluetooth


  • Video Output
    HDMI 1.4
  • Audio Output
    HDMI 1.4, 3.5mm
  • Other Interfaces
    2x USB 2.0 port
    1x micro USB 2.0 port


  • Dimensions
    120 x 43 x 12mm
  • Weight

Windows 10’s Project Spartan Becomes Microsoft Edge Browser

Today at Microsoft Build 2015, Microsoft took the wraps off the official name for Project Spartan. Called Microsoft Edge, the new web browser comes with a brand-new rendering engine with the same name, as well as a host of new tools such as annotations and Cortana integration.

Following Windows 10’s multi-platform approach, Microsoft Edge is designed to run on a variety of devices, such as tablets, smartphones and the Xbox One.

Microsoft also took the opportunity to show off their “New Tab” page, which intelligently populates the page with your most commonly visited pages, various Windows apps and other information that is harvested from Cortana, Microsoft’s virtual assistant.

Furthermore, Web Extensions written using HTML and Javascript can be used with the browser. According to Microsoft’s Joe Belfiore, extensions can also be ported from browsers such as Chrome and Firefox with “just a few modifications”.

We aren’t done with Internet Explorer just yet however. Windows 10 will come with both IE and Microsoft Edge to accommodate those who (unfortunately) require the former.