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Ramos Of China Rolls Out Intel Powered Android Tablets

09/12/2013, 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...

Ramos K1 Tablet Looks Like The HTC One

08/27/2013, I know that the HTC One is far from being a tablet, but rather, it happens to be a flagship smartphone that has picked up its fair share of bouquets in the past months since it was released. Still, it has proven itself to be quite an inspiration to other...

Ramos W17 PRO the Google Nexus tablet killer?

04/05/2012, I just received this bit of promotional material in my inbox, where it states that the upcoming Ramos W17 PRO will be the tablet that brushes aside all affordably priced Android-powered tablets – even the rumored Google Nexus tablet, too. There is...

RAmos teases us with W10, W12 and W15 tablet pictures ahead of CES

12/31/2010, [CES 2011] Manufacturers out there are fond of teasing us with product pictures before CES and next up are some pictures from RAmos. The company will be unveiling three new Cortex A9-based tablets at the upcoming CES 2011, which are the W10, W12 and W15....

RAmos W10 flagship tablet powered by Android 2.2

10/31/2010, RAmos’ W10 flagship tablet will be one that runs off the Android 2.2 operating system, packing in a whole lot of juice underneath the hood. It will feature a 7-inch WVGA resistive touchscreen display similar to its predecessor, the W9, albeit...

RAmos T11AD portable media player runs on Android

09/23/2010, RAmos has rolled out its latest T11AD portable media player which will come with a 5-inch display at 800 × 480 resolution, running off a Rockchip RK2818 chipset that is more than capable of handling full HD 1080p video playback. Other hardware...

RAmos W9 Android tablet is no pushover

09/10/2010, The tablet market is certainly heating up with so many players jumping aboard the bandwagon, and RAmos is not oblivious to this fact with the W9 Android-powered tablet being their latest offering which does not look as though it will disappoint – on...

RAmos W9 Mobile Internet Device gets Android as well

08/17/2010, RAmos’ Android Mobile Internet Device (MID) debuted in the form of the W7, and after some time, we now have a sequel in the form of the RAmos W9. This 7″ tablet-like device will run off the Android operating system as well, although there is...

RAmos W7 Android-powered Tablet Begins To Ship In China

05/28/2010, You might remember the RAmos W7 Android-powered MID that we brought to your attention some time back. If you’re over in China, the good news is that the device has started to ship over there and will set you back 999 Yuan ($146). While the...

RAmos T18 portable media player

05/04/2010, RAmos’ latest T18 portable media player is pretty hard to tell from all of the other models, since they sport a pretty generic design. Still, the difference lies under the hood, where the T18 will come with a 7″ display while boasting 1080p...

RAmos Q28cam portable media player

04/14/2010, Following the footsteps of the iPod nano, RAmos’ Q28cam portable media player comes with a built-in camera that ought to make it a far more versatile portable photo frame – after all, you will be able to snap photos on the spot and share them...

RAmos W7 spotted yet again

03/22/2010, There is still no RAmos W7 on sale officially just yet, but here is another glimpse at this Mobile Internet Device (MID) which will feature a 4.8″ touchscreen display, running on a Rockchip 2808 processor with five different touch controls for you...

RAmos T7+ portable media player

03/08/2010, RAmos continues riding the High Definition (HD) wave with its latest portable media player (PMP), the T7+. This model does not only handle 720p but 1080p playback, it can also do its bit in preserving your favorite memories as they happen in 720p HD...

RAmos T12FHD portable media player

02/23/2010, RAmos goes full High Definition with their T12FHD portable media player, where it does resemble the T12 closely albeit boasting support for 1080p videos, as well as compatibility with MKV, RMVB, AVI, MOV, MPG, DAT, MP4 and TS video formats in addition to...