Chinese tablet maker Ramos is showing off a whole new crop of inexpensive devices running Google Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. What’s particularly interesting is that even the leas expensive of the bunch look kind of decent.
The Ramos W6HD, for instance, is a 7 inch tablet with an Amlogic 8726M3 1 GHz ARM Cortex-A9 single core processor, a 1024 x 600 pixel capacitive display with support for two-point multitouch, and 512MB or 1GB of RAM.
It certainly isn’t the most impressive Android tablet I’ve seen, but it’s reasonably responsive and handles Android 4.0’s graphics fairly well. It also as front and rear cameras, unlike some bigger-name budget tablets such as the Amazon Kindle Fire or Barnes & Noble NOOK Tablet.
Ramos is an OEM, so the company couldn’t give me any information about retail pricing. You’ll have to find a company that places bulk orders and then distributes the tablet in your region for those details. But if you happen to be in the market for about 1000 units, you could place an order with Ramos for about $90 per tablet.
The company also offers a number of tablets with 8 and 9.7 inch displays. A number of them will be available soon with Android 4.0.