Chinese device manufacturer Ramos has just announced that they will be lifting up the curtain on a new range of Android-powered tablets that will run on Intel’s line of processors. This would definitely mark a first for the company, and needless to say, the naming convention that Ramos has decided to take with the new Intel-powered tablets is way too obvious, calling them the new Ramos i-series. Underneath the hood of these tablets, one would be able to find Intel Clover Trail+ processors, and there is word going around that these should start to launch in China sometime this month for approximately $195 and above.
The i-series from Ramos would comprise of a quartet of tablets, and these would include the Ramos i8, i9, i10, and i12, where the number at the end gives the game away concerning the size of the tablet itself, which means we will be treated to an 8″, 9″, 10″ and 11.6″ tablet display, respectively. Needless to say, the most affordable tablet of the lot would be the Ramos i8 where it will be accompanied by 1GB RAM and a 1280 x 800 pixel display, while the rest of the i-series tablets sport 2GB RAM and a Full HD display. Regardless, all four of them will run on Intel’s 2GHz Atom Z2580 processor.
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