by | January 16, 2015 | Mini PC, Reviews


We just received the Pipo X7 Windows TV box, a full review will be posted shortly. Bellow are photos showing the X7 unit connected and booted into Windows. Let us know what we should focus on making the X7 review, by commenting this post.

Pipo recently started to take pre-orders for Pipo X7 which sells for 499RMB (80USB) in China via official Tmall store, the shipping date has been moved to February 16th.

The Pipo X7 is available for international orders via Pipomall for 119USD including shipping and a genuine Windows 8.1 key.

Pipo X7 specs

  • CPU: Intel Baytrail Z3736F (up to 2.16 Ghz)
  • RAM: 2GB DDR3
  • Storage: 32GB
  • WiFi: External Wi-Fi antenna (802.11 b/g/n)
  • Ethernet port
  • Bluetooth 4.0
  • HDMI out
  • 4 x USB 2.0 ports
  • microSD card slot
  • 3.5mm Earphone jack
  • 12V power adapter




















11 Responses to “Pipo X7 Windows TV box arrived”

    • Tom Cn

      You may be surprised but 99% of TV box buyers never use SPDIF out on their cheap devices, so i guess it was a matter of saving cost by removing this feature.

      How do you plan to use it?

  1. milkboy

    1. any BIOS or UEFI?

    2. booting liveusb linux (ubuntu,fedora, …)? or installing it?

    3. windows demo / full? ( saw an article that says pc shipped with trial version)

    4. benchmark of course(GFXbench, sunspider, etc….) and if its no trouble games capabilities (i.e. DOTA LoL)

    5. pasive/active cooling? if fan cooled, noise level when under heavy load?

    6. RAM usage on boot? HDD Free space left? 2GB ram + 32GB HDD seems kinda small for win8

    7. disassembled pc picture would be nice, but not necessary if you dont feel like it : )

    let us know.
    booting linux is kinda a deal breaker for me. lols.


  2. Joe Cimmarrusti

    I bought one of these for my significant other and must say that I am impressed…as a desktop, low powered unit that runs win 8.1 it’s fantastic. I also installed a 64 gig micro sd card for extra storage. Remember that a unit like this is not for high end rendering or gaming, but a very decent pc for running business software and apps. I would strongly recommend the unit.



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