Kupa X11 Pro Unboxing and 1st Look [Video]

I received the Kupa X11 Pro today. This is the cool Windows 7 Tablet that Chuong got some hands on with back at CTIA last month.

The model I received was the X11 Pro. This model will cost you around $799 and is considered the middle of the road model. The Kupa X11 Classic is $699 and the Kupa X11 Lux is $969. The major differences between the models is the size of the SSD drive. The Kupa X11 Pro has a 10.1″ screen and it comes with WiFi and 3G, 2 gig of RAM, a 64GB SSD drive and an Intel 1.5 GHz processor. The unit I received has Windows 8 Developer Preview and Windows 7. I will be reviewing it as a Windows 7 Tablet, but I plan to poke around in 8 a bit too.

If you have any questions about Kupa X11, let me know.

The Kupa X11 is available now and you can purchase this tablet directly from their website.

5 Comments

  1. JM_66

    11/19/2011 at 4:05 pm

    What’s the build quality like?  I look forward to reading/watching a more in-depth review

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  2. ChrisRS

    11/20/2011 at 3:52 pm

    What make is the digitizer?

    What carriers will the G3 option work with?

    Are any accessories planned? Port replicator w/network would be great.

    Personally, I am much more interested in someting with a better processor. This looks to be a competitor to the HP Slate 2 (netbbok) vs Asus EP121 or Samsung S7S (laptop/destop replacement). A conparicson would be useful.

    It seems to me that a Consumer/Prosumer version would be atractive. Win 7 HP, no TPM, no finger print scanner could shave $100 to $150 off the price. Consumer 64  at $549 and Prosumer 128 at $699 look conpetitive.   

    I wish Kupa well. More OEMs in the TabletPC world is a good sign. I would like to see a big brother in terms of processing power and possibly screen size.

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  3. Anonymous

    11/20/2011 at 9:26 pm

    phlpn.es/7x9vmd

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  4. Nours42

    12/04/2011 at 10:04 am

    Could you try some 3D software?
    Like some examples in http://www.x3dom.org inGoogle Chrome or Firefox? They use webGL

    What is your feeling when you write in MS Onenote? It’s so terrible on the HP slate 500.
     All the best.

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  5. Nicole Scott

    01/04/2012 at 2:44 pm

    Is the full review still coming?

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