The RAmos T11 portable media player which will be powered by Texas Instrument’s Ti TMS320DM640 DaVinci chipset looks set to run on Google’s Android operating system, where it will feature a 5″ display at 800 x 480 resolution. After all, initial testing has shown Android to run perfectly well on the T11, and will also be able to cater to Wi-Fi connectivity in the near future when RAmos releases a wireless-compatible model. We’re stoked to see whether the RAmos T11 Wi-Fi enabled model could be the mystery PMP that folks have been going on and on about lately. What do you think?
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