Ramos i9, Intel powered Android tablet goes on sale

The new range of Ramos Android tablets has been launched and are now officially available online.

The Ramos i9 sit’s in the middle of the new Ramos tablet lineup measuring in at 8.9-inches. The Specification level is exceptional with highlights including a 1920 x 1200 resolution, IPS display, 2GB RAM and an Intel Atom processor running at 2Ghz. Although the CPU in the Ramos is a dual-core unit, the Intel chip provides more than enough grunt to take on even the hottest of current quad-core processors.

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Dual cameras, WIFI, Bluetooth, USB OTB, micro SD card memory expansion and Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean make up the rest of the Ramos i9’s hardware. Online resellers are not offering the i9 at $245.99, a reasonable price considering what the tablet offers.

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  1. Alexander
    October 16, 2013

    I always wonder with these Intel tablets, are you able to install windows 8?
    dual boot with android would be so awesome for daily use.

    • October 16, 2013

      It would make for an interesting experiment. Guess you would have to boot from a USB though as storage might not be enough.

  2. Natsumi
    October 16, 2013

    Why is it so expensive…. Q____Q

  3. Sevegadita
    October 17, 2013

    I don’t think it’s expensive at all. I want a tablet bigger than a Nexus 7, still portable and easy to hold with one hand, (not to heavy).
    Wich tablet do you recommend me this one or the CHUWI V88?