Chinese tablet maker Ramos is reportedly working on a 10 inch tablet with an Intel Atom Bay trail processor, making it one of the first Chinese tablets I’m aware of to feature Intel’s new low-power, moderate-performance chip.
It’s called the Ramos i10, and the tablet is expected to feature an Atom Z3770D processor, Windows 8.1 and Android.
Now that you can pick up a high-quality, name-brand Android tablet in the US for around $200 or less, I find myself spending less time paying attention to Chinese brands such as Ramos, Cube, and Chuwi. But every now and again one of those companies does something to surprise me.
Ramos has a history of offering decent devices at relatively low prices. It should be interesting to see how much the Ramos i10 costs and how it performs.
The tablet should sport s 10.1 inch, 1920 x 1200 pixel display, 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage. The closest existing tablet I can think of to those specs would be the Dell Venue 11 Pro, but I suspect the Ramos model would have a lower price — Dell’s tablet sells for $500 and up.