Intel’s Core-M Broadwell series processors seem to have been dominating the tech news since the start of 2015, several Chinese tablet makers, including Cube and RAMOS, have already announced their new products featuring this latest low-power, high performance CPU, and the PIPO K2 is yet another Core-M powered Windows tablet from another Chinese brand.
The Intel Core M processor is among first mainstream chips based on Intel’s 14nm production process. Part of the company’s next-generation “Broadwell” series, Intel Core M promises a 60 percent lower TDP (thermal design point) with 20 to 40 percent faster performance than current-generation processors, allowing very thin, fanless tablets.
Besides the power-efficient Core-M CPU, the PIPO K2 also features a 11.6-inch Full HD display and 4GB DDR3 memory.
To guarantee the tablet’s expansibility, the PIPO K2 offers a slew of ports and slots (a micro USB3.0 port, a micro HDMI port, a micro SD card slot and a 3.5mm audio jack).
There are also an array of magnets on the bottom edge of the slate to ensure stable connection with the keyboard.
The price of the K2 hasn’t been revealed yet, but PIPO promised it was going to be a pleasant surprise for its fans.