DEVELOP Pipo X9 Mini Pc Windows10 Android4.4 Dual Boot Intel Atom Z3736f Quad Core Mini Computer Box 8.9 inch tablet HDMI 2GB RAM 32GB ROM 802.11b/g/n LAN Bt4.0+ Free I8 Wireless Keybaord with Touchpad

DEVELOP Pipo X9 Mini Pc Windows10 Android4.4 Dual Boot Intel Atom Z3736f Quad Core Mini Computer Box 8.9 inch tablet HDMI 2GB RAM 32GB ROM 802.11b/g/n LAN Bt4.0+ Free I8 Wireless Keybaord with Touchpad

  • 1,OS:Windows 10 home + Android 4.4 KitKat Dual Boot System
  • 2,CPU: Intel Z3736F Quad Core,Max 2.16GHz
  • 3,2GB DDR3L RAM + 32GB eMMC Bluetooth/WiFi/HDMI
  • 4,8.9 inch 1920 x 1200 pixels touch screen Package:1 x PIPO X9,1 x DC Charger,1 x Warranty Card
  • 5,PIPO X9 likes a tablet pc, is a smart Streaming Media Player with Windows 10 OS and Android OS. (Also called Internet TV BOX, set-top box, OTT box, etc.) Once connected this player to the HDMI interface of TV, it will converts the regular TV into a Smart TV which likes a PC. PIPO X9 is a great invention that combines TV box and Windows or Android mini PC(Intel chip).
Main features:

1. Not only a mini tablet, but also a windows/android media tv box, can connect with HDTV, watching HD film on TV Screen, make your TV to a Windows PC
2. X9 also with RAM DDR3L 2GB and ROM eMMC 32GB, support 2.4G WiFi connection, and with Bluetooth 4.0
3. Comparing with Normal Laptop or desktops, it is small, easy to carry, but have the same functions with the normal windows computers.
4. With Windows 10 & Android 4.4 dual boot OS, choose any one you like
5. Rich interface: 4 x USB, 1 x micro USB, Ethernet RJ45 Port, HDMI Port, TF Card Slot
Operating System: Windows 10 home OS

Screen Size: 8.9 inch
CPU Quad Core: Intel Z3736F Base Frequency: 1.83 GHz; Burst Frequency: 2.16 GHz
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  1. Daniel Edwards says:
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I like the X9, and hope for an X12., 4 Feb. 2016
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    I bought the Pipo X9 to control lighting devices over USB via the DMX protocol. Wasn’t sure what to expect form the X9 as the reviews were so mixed, even the ones on the likes of YouTube. This device is perfect for me… I need to be operate lighting at gigs and events with the portability and usefulness of a touch screen, but with the ability to connect a mouse, keyboard and other USB devices when you need a task performed fast without fiddly touch. The DMX interface I use is powered from USB and is connected on the rear which means it’s out of the way.

    The X9 has been described as a bit of a niche device, yet nobody is sure what that niche is. For me, it’s being able to operate show critical activities in a light weight device, literally hundreds of lights. So far it’s stable enough to do that job.

    In terms of performance it suits my needs, I haven’t had it stumble yet and the CPU runs at 40% on average for what I’m doing. I don’t intend on using it for much more than operating lighting and playing music. I even popped in an XBox controller and tried a few games out of curiosity and they work fine if you switch off the shading. VLC Player runs well – even manages most 1080p MKV’s and MP4′s fine, occasionally jerky as it plays catch up. 720p files run without any hassle. So definitely fits the bill as a home media player. What’s App Web works well so I can see messages at a glance without having to constantly go backwards and forwards to my phone, but still access the WiFi tethered through my iPhone that way when I’m on the go – and use the Pipo to keep it charged.

    The sound from the speakers isn’t great but loud enough, however that’s not why I bought it. It’s the same quality as you’d maybe get from your phone or iPad. However, plugging in headphones everything sounds like it should and as much the case when you’re playing through external powered speakers. If using as a media player the sound will come through the HDMI output anyway.

    What does trouble me a little is on most occasions when plugging in an external mouse, when the metal of the USB sockets touches the plug from the USB mouse… the screen flickers quickly to black and then back on again. Now, I’m not sure whether this is a temporary short circuit or not (it would seem so because I haven’t inserted the USB fully by this point). Or whether it’s the unit just embracing the contact. I’m not sure yet, but I’m keeping a keen eye for any further complications over time. I worry that any extended type of issue like this could cause damage to the PCB. If you can help it I’d recommend plugging in all your devices before switching on, but keep adding and removing devices to a minimum.

    The lead on the power supply isn’t very generous, it’s about a meter at most. I may have to look at doing something about this as it’s a bit of a pest when you’re trying to sit on the sofa and there isn’t a plug socket near by. When I’ve been setting everything up I’ve had a mains extension lead sat on the arm of the sofa.

    On another plus note the Micro SD card slot works great. It’s a bit sluggish playing files from my GoPro camera directly, but I can see this type of thing being handy if you were in the car (powered from the lighter socket for example) and wanted to back up the contents to a USB drive or hard disk. I use 32BG Samsung micro SD cards and they seem to be perfectly compatible. I’ve also got a few Samsung external hard drives and they were averaging about 26Mb/s when transferring large files backwards and forwards, which is pretty good for USB2.

    The WiFi receiver is excessively long and as someone pointed out in another review I’ve seen, it could easily have been hidden within the bowels of the device. However, the signal strength is equally as strong when folded down as when upright. I’m even picking up WiFi networks in neighbouring houses I’ve never seen before… so if poor connectivity in your home is an issue – chances are this won’t have any difficulties in that area.

    The touch screen is very responsive, even with the most gentle of presses through the protective cover it works very well. The display is 1920×1200 and you can’t really see much in the way of pixelation, so may qualify as a retina display type screen. Windows 10 is configured to upscale most software by 150% when on ‘Tabled Mode’, and you really do notice graininess in the fonts and icons when running any Windows XP based software. This can be adjusted in the Settings tab if need be.

    I haven’t used the Android section of the unit yet, and if I do I don’t think it will be for long. Windows 10 does practically everything I need it to, but if I’m blown away by something in the future I’ll be sure and update this review.

    Finally, there is no fan built in and the PCB/CPU appears to be attached to a heat sink on the bottom that is reasonably well ventilated from the bottom flowing out…

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  2. DP says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Different to others but actually runs well, 10 Aug. 2016
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    Customer Video Review Length:: 2:15 Mins

    The X9 Mini PC is unlike any device before. With a hybrid OS allowing you to use either android or windows 10, the X9 has many uses.

    It is difficult to decide its best use or whether it is a tablet or a mini PC. Despite this, it is really easy to use, has a really good quality screen (9 inch) and also boasts some decent specs.

    2.16GHz processor and 2GB RAM with 32GB storage is probably just about perfect for what I have tested this and will use this for. I have connected to my TV in my bedroom which is not smart. I can use it to playback video, stream video or even plug in the wireless USB mouse/keyboard and use it as a computer with no problems at all for internet browsing or word processing.

    The device has both android and windows 10. When you turn it on (by pressing the power button once), you get an option of windows 10 or android and it allows you to select your preferred choice each time. The android version I find easier to use for apps like Netflix etc but the Windows 10 provides more of a computer environment for actual browsing or word processing. Both seem to run flawlessly with no problems at all.

    There are 4 USB ports allowing you to connect multiple devices. I tried this on my desk with a keyboard and mouse connected to it making it run like an actual computer with no problems.

    I tried playing back movies from my hard drive via VLC and all played back with no problems (majority are 720p and MKV/MP4/AVI). The inbuilt speaker is pretty decent but if you want better sound there is either a headphone jack to connect headphones/speakers OR you can connect a bluetooth speaker to it which is what I did.

    I haven’t tried it for any other activities heavier duty than what I have mentioned previously and don’t really think I ever will. This is perfect for the tasks I routinely do.

    I’ve included a video including unboxing and some basic android/windows 10 screens when I first used it to show you how easy it is to use and navigate. My only criticism is the fact that it must be powered by an AC adapter plug at all times and has no in-built or external battery source.
    For the price I think you get value for money especially if you aren’t keen on a tablet.

    I received this sample for evaluation at a discount from the seller to provide an honest review.

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