Pipo has released a new tablet called the S1, which runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean out of the box. The tablet comes with the price of $99.99 or even less, depending on the retailer.
Its technical specifications include a 7-inch LED capacitive touchscreen with a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels and support for five-point multitouch gestures. Said display has a visible angle of 120 degrees.
Under the hood, the tablet features a Dual core 1.6GHz RK3066 processor working with a quad-core Mali-400 MP GPU. It has 1GB of DDR 3 RAM and 8GB of Nand Flash user memory. Those who need more space, however, may take advantage of its card reader which supports up to 32GB of extra storage.
Covered with a plastic shell, the Pipo S1 comes with a 3.5 mm audio jack, and a gravity sensor. It is packed with a single camera with a 0.3-megapixel image sensor. It draws its power from a 3200 MAh, 3.7V battery.
The S1 supports 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi connectivity as well as 3G, but the latter may only be enjoyed with the use of an external 3G dongle, such as the E1916, ZTE AC2736, Huawei E1750, HUAWEI EC122, and the HUAWEI EM770W.
The tablet has as an HDMI output port that allows users to view its screen contents on a larger display. There is also one USB port onboard. Many audio and video file types may be opened using the device, including 1080P, AVI, MOV, MP4, RMVB, FLV, MKV, MP3, WMA, WAV, APE, AAC, FLAC, and OGG, among others. It furthermore carries support for a long list of languages.
As for its measurements, the tablet spans 193.5 x 119.5 x 11 millimeters and weighs 340 grams.
A complete package of the Pipo S1 contains a charger and a USB cable apart from the tablet. Some retailers, however, such as Ownta, offer additional free accessories, such as a protective or a cloth bag, a screen protector, and an adaptor.