This tiny Windows 10 PC is packed inside a foldable keyboard case, let you slip it in your pocket

by Madalina Dinita
Madalina Dinita
Madalina Dinita
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Madalina has been a Windows fan ever since she got her hands on her first Windows XP computer. She is interested in all things technology, especially emerging technologies... read more
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People love when they enjoy a series of features in a single device. Nowadays, it is simply redundant to wear a wrist watch when you can see the time on the smartphone instead. Computer manufacturers follow the same trend, packing as much technology and functionality as possible into a single device.

One such device is the PiPO KB2, a Windows PC packed inside a foldable keyboard case. Despite its small size, it sports reasonable computing power, powered by an Intel Atom processor and coming in two variants with 2GB or 4GB of RAM and 32GB or 64GB of storage.

PiPO KB2 Windows 10


As far connectivity is concerned, there is only one HDMI port that users can connect to a TV or supported monitor. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connection is also available as well as WiDi support, allowing users to connect this tiny PC to a big screen without using cables. This PC is fueled by a 2500 mAh battery.

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The PiPO KB2 will soon be launched and will first land in Japan. The PiPO KB2 also has a brother, called the PiPO KB1, that is instead mounted on a compact, non-foldable keyboard. It has the same technical configuration and is powered by an Intel Atom processor like its younger brother.

Pipo KB1 Windows 10 news


In terms of connectivity, the PiPO KB1 has one VGA port and one HDMI port. Its 6000 mAh battery is more powerful than the one on PiPO KB2, offering more autonomy. The PiPO KB1 is currently available only in the Chinese market. However, we don’t have any information about its price.

As far as looks are concerned, PiPO KB2’s design is more appealing, more elegant and business-like. Would you buy one of these devices if it were available beyond China? Tell us in the comments below!


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