Kupa X11 Windows Tablet With 128GB SSD Review – Convenience of a Tablet With The Power of a PC

ATTO DISK BENCHMARK VER. 2.46

KINGSPEC

RENICE

KINGSTON

Both the Renice and Kingston SSDs performed significantly better than the KingSpec in initial testing.  When we look at the original testing of these drives in our test bench, it is obvious that we will still be seeing a bottleneck in Atom based systems.

CRYSTAL DISK BENCHMARK VER. 3.0 X64

KINGSPEC

RENICE

KINGSTON

Although the Renice X3 is still the winner here, two things that stand out are the fact that the high sequentials in Crystal DiskMark testing don’t even reach the 200MB/s level as well as the obvious differences in the low 4k random results.

4 comments

  1. Why Windows Professional?

    Home Premium would lower the stock price while Pro could be optional?

    The WiFi looks to be in a mini pci-e slot so it could probably be upgraded to a duel band 300Mbps card easily.I don’t know about adding a 450Mbps duel band card with a 3rd antenna.

    The new 802.11ac products coming in Q3 are 5ghz and backward compatible only on the 5ghz band.The 2.4ghz band is out.

    So,does it support SATA III ?

    By the time Windows 8 is GA late this year hardware to run it will be somewhat better.A Windows 7 machine is just that until proven otherwise.

  2. Hi,

    do you know if there is an possibility to build in a UMTS card afterwards? I want to buy the classic version without and “upgrade” it by myself… UMTS isnt woth 100$ for me…

  3. just fyi, KUPA mans “small sh*t” in polish.

  4. Kupa means “shit” in Polish…

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