Chinese tablet maker Ramos is introducing its first 8 inch Windows tablet. The Ramos i8 Pro has an Intel Atom Bay Trail processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and runs Windows 8.1 software.
Those specs should be familiar to anyone who’s seen Windows tablets from Dell, Lenovo, Toshiba, Asus, and others in recent months. But Ramos is a company better known for offering cheap Android devices than Windows tablets. It’s interesting to see the company entering the low-cost Windows tablet space.
Ramos also recently introduced a 10 inch Windows tablet called the Ramos i10 Pro.
The new Ramos i8 Pro features a 1280 x 800 pixel IPS display, an Intel Atom Z3740 quad-core processor, front and rear cameras, a microSD card slot, WiFi, and Bluetooth.
While Ramos tablets usually to ship first in China, a number of resellers tend to make them available internationally through AliExpress, PandaWill, Geekbuying, and other stores and marketplaces.
In fact, there’s already a Ramos i8 tablet available for under $200, but it’s an Android tablet with an Intel Atom Z2580 processor. The Pro model will have a more powerful CPU and the full Windows operating system… but it’ll also likely have a somewhat higher price tag.
i wish they would do an i9 pro, 8.9in seems the perfect size
Yes.. I want a windows pro tablet exactly the size and wt of an iPad air
I received an email reply from the U.S. Site TabletMaxx, which carries Ramos tablets and they confirmed the Ramos i10 Pro windows tablet will be available in April and the Ramos i8 Pro tablet sometime in May. The Ramos i10 Pro is a Quick Boot, Dual Windows – Android tablet with an Intel Baytrail processor, 64GB and an HD display.
Real windows or a Chinese copy that expires once the check clears?
same Intel ref design on all these with minor diffs. Is the screen the same?
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