Pipo has officially released pictures and specifications of its upcoming X1 Windows 10 PC Stick which the company originally unveiled back in Computex 2015.
During Computex 2015, the company only showed off a prototype PCB of the X1 which is based on Intel’s own Compute Stick but today pictures of the final product are ready for release alongside all of its features and specifications which include an Intel Bay Trail-T Atom Z3735F processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and will come with Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 10 operating system pre-installed.
The new Pipo X1 replaces the old version of the device which was powered by a Rockchip RK3066 processor and a plastic body. Aside from the new internals, the new X1 also comes in a metal casing that measures 114 x 34.5 x 13.9mm and weighs only 40 grams. According to the company, the metal casing allows for better heat dissipation and removes the need for an internal fan.
The Pipo X1 also features a micro USB port, a full-size USB port, a microSD card slot, and an additional micro USB port for power. It also supports Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n and Bluetooth connectivity.
The Pipo X1 Windows 10 PC Stick will be available sometime later this year in either a single-OS configuration with Windows 10 or a dual-OS variant with both Android and Windows 10. The company has yet to reveal a price for the new device.