T20 Android 4.4 and Windows 10 Keyboard Computer Sells for $112

PiPo introduced a Windows 10 keyboard PC powered by an Intel Bay Processor called PiPo K1 a few weeks ago, but AFAIK it’s not shipping yet. At least one company beat them to market, as T20 Android and Windows 10 keyboard computer powered by Intel Atom Z3735F processor is currently selling for $169.99 on Banggood. [Update: It’s now on FocalPrice for $119.99 shipped]

Windows_10_Keyboard_ComputerT20 keyboard PC specifications:

  • SoC – Intel Atom Bay Trail Z3735F quad core processor @ up to 1.83 GHz with Intel Gen7 HD graphics up to 667MHz
  • System Memory – 2GB DDR3L
  • Storage – 32GB eMMC + micro SD slot up to 64GB
  • Keyboard – 76 keys QWERTY keyboard and (rather small) touchpad
  • Video Output – 1x HDMI, 1x VGA
  • Audio – Stereo speakers, 3.5mm audio jack
  • Connectivity – 10/100M Ethernet, 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0
  • USB – 2x USB host ports
  • Misc – Power button
  • Power – 5V/2.5A
  • Dimensions – N/A
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The keyboard PC ships with a EU power adapter, a plug adapter if needed, and a user’s manual. There’s very little information on the net about this device, and I could only find it on Banggood. 32GB internal is going to be tight for dual booting Windows 10 and Android 4.4, so there won’t be that much space for programs and apps.

Via AndroidPC.es

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9 Replies to “T20 Android 4.4 and Windows 10 Keyboard Computer Sells for $112”

  1. Well it’s a bit expensive but I guess it’s OK given the emm … can we call it novelty of this ? The old Z80 powered PC that I had did cost a lot more.

  2. I like to see one of these devices working like a real windows desktop to see how it handles and so it could be a killer to many of those dummy boxes for terminal services…

  3. why would i want to have this keyboard which need to be close to me, and have all those cables running across the table.
    I think having a computer attached to the back of a screen with a wireless keyboard and mouse makes more sense.

  4. That’s what the SD card’s for… Applications and data storage.

    Having said this, I’m surprised a bit that people are peddling these things. 920 passmark on the SoC. Roberto, they’re going to be Sssssllllooooww. Might work well enough (and I think that’s where this is positioned, actually) as a terminal for varying remote desktop protocols, but it’s not a barn burner in the slightest.

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