PiPO KB2 is a Foldable Keyboard PC Running Windows 10

We’ve already seen a few Windows 10 keyboard PCs, that look similar to the good old Commodore 64, are now being sold, such as K3 Wintel, but PiPO, a manufacturer that likes to try new ideas, has now designed a foldable keyboard PC powered by a Cherry Trail processor, and featuring a battery and support for WiDi for a cable-free experience.PiPO_KB2

PiPO KB2 foldable computer specifications:

  • SoC – Intel Atom x5-Z8300 processor @ 1.44 GHz / 1.84 GHz with Intel Gen8 Graphics
  • System Memory – 2 or 4 GB RAM
  • Storage – 32 or 64 GB eMMC flash + micro SD slot
  • Video Output – HDMI
  • Audio Output – HDMI and 3.5 mm audio jack
  • Connectivity – Wi-Fi 802.11ac & Bluetooth 4.0, WiDi support
  • USB – 1x micro USB port, 1x USB 2.0, 1x USB 3.0
  • Foldable QWERTY keyboard
  • Battery – 2500 mAh
The mini PC, or however you want to call it, will run Windows 10 Home.

Foldable_Windows_Computer

PiPO KB2 should become available in May, with pricing not decided or announced yet, but we do not the company plans to launch it via a crowdfunding platform. The video below starts with KB1, a “standard” Bay Trail keyboard PC, jump to 1:30 if you are only interested in KB2.

Via NetbookItalia

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Tirpitz
Tirpitz
5 years ago

Hmm, Jamicon SpaceStation revival.

Gadget Friendly
Gadget Friendly
5 years ago

LOL, at least PiPOs not scared to try new things. Ever since the success of the X7 I feel like theyve been looking to find a follow up.

Sander
Sander
4 years ago

(Sorry for gravedigging)

Wow, cool idea, but … not useful for me as I have no monitors in my home anymore. I just have 3 laptops.

So what is the use case for this device? Small home/rooms where you connect this to the TV? Or schools with fixed monitors, and each student with his/her own PiPO KB2 foldable computer?

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