The PiPO W2F is a quadcore Windows tablet packing an 8 inch display, 32gb of storage and 2GB RAM. Powered by Intel’s Baytrail platform, this economical tablet is perfect for web browsing, word processing and the odd bit of gaming. Running Windows 8.1 with Bing means that you can run all your favorite desktop applications and take them with you – a luxury more expensive tablets such as the iPad can’t offer. I’ve been playing with the PiPO W2F for a week or so now so I thought I’d share my experiences with this quadcore Windows tablet so far.
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