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Pipo W3F review online & what’s up next?

Pipo W3F review online & what’s up next?

Our PiPo W3F review is now online, if you haven’t seen earlier posts on this tablet, the W3F is the cheaper version of the W3. Instead of a Z3775D (2.4Ghz) processor, Pipo have used a Z3735F which clocks up to 1.8ghz and a 32GB eMMC. There is no included 3G ultrastick with this cheaper model and no USB 3.0 port. Still, check out the review I found it to be a good work orientated tablet for the price.

Reviewe: Pipo W3F

Next up I have the Teclast P98 4G I’m currently using and putting it through it’s review paces. And later I’m expecting the Chuwi Vi8 dual boot (To update my review), the Pipo W4S (a revised W4 model) and the Tecalst X16HD which I have been requested to review many times here and on my YouTube channel. I’m finally getting around to that one.

Video tech reviewer and tech blogger. I have a huge interest in the latest tech, tablets, laptops, mobiles, drones, and even e-scooters. Active in the tech community since 2008 days of the Omnia i900 Windows phone. Samsungi8910omnia.com, Samsunggalaxysforums.com founder from way back.


  1. I recently bought this tablet, the issue is with android mode I can’t see any signals or 3g hardware….. Does anyone know how to switch 3g on androi . Its a huawei ultrastick n works fine on windows setting

  2. thanks chris, i have pipo w3f that’s a solid performer.
    is the W3 Original Keyboard Case better than the one of the W3F?

    • I thought it would have been better, but it’s exactly the same!

  3. hi Chris

    when will you reviewing the pipo w3?

    • Trying to get around to it. I have to many tablets around and more incoming! It’s very similar to the W3F, just USB 3.0 and much faster Z3775 which clocks up to 2.4Ghz.

  4. hi Chris

    when will you reviewing the pipo w3?

    • W3 or you mean the W4S I have to review? I’ll have that one up in a few days.

  5. What do you think of the Pipo W5? I really would like a 10 inches cheapo stylus enabled tablet, but at the moment there’s only the surface pro, which is not cheap… And on smaller screens the only one which caught my eye is the pipo above. I think I’ll wait till the new atom x5/x7 platforms will be on sale, what do you think? 🙂

    • Doesn’t look to bad the Pipo W5, I have seen two of their tablets now and they seem good. I don’t think I will be reviewing this one as I only have so much cash to buy these tablets for review. Hopefully there will be some good Atom X7 Z8700 tablets going on soon from China.

      • Thanks for the reply! I really hope to see new tablets with pressure-sensitive stylus for note-taking and sketching in the same (or lower :P) price range as today’s standards.

        • There is the Surface 3, but once you add the stylus it’s not so cheap. $499 usd + 50?

  6. Cube i7 looks interesting, review that!

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