New U.S Reseller Features Leading Import Android tablets

U.S. based reseller, TabletMaxx launched an online website in early February with several prominent import brands available directly within the United States.

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Ramos, Pipo, and TCL are among a few of the brand names available through

One new model to become available in early March is the much anticipated 12-inch Android tablet, the Ramos i12 – standard edition with an 1920×1200 HD screen display and powered with one of Intel’s latest processors. TabletMaxx will be one of the first resellers worldwide to have stock of the Ramos i12, priced at $339. The Ramos i12 features many specifications comparable to the new $850 Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 inch tablet, but with a much more mild price tag.

Also available in late March is one of the first Hybrid Android/Windows 8.1 tablets, the Ramos i10 Pro for $399, powered by an Intel Baytrail Z3770D processor – 2GB/64GB Storage, with a 10-inch 1920×1200 HD display, a 10,000 mAh battery, Bluetooth 4.0, and GPS.

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TabletMaxx also features one of the first high-end Octacore Android smartphones to launch, the Alcatel-TCL Idol X+ priced $359, with features comparable to the Galaxy S4 and iPhone 5S, at nearly half the cost. One of the more distinguished features of the Idol X+ is its dual external SIM card slots, making it easy to insert and remove cards to interchangeably use with a phone and a SIM card capable Android tablet for service; and the Idol X+ works with GSM networks worldwide, including U.S. carrier T-Mobile, AT&T and Straight Talk wireless.

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Also featured through TabletMaxx is the popular Pipo Pro series, including the Pipo M7 Pro ($229) 8.9″ Quad core tablet with GPS and a Samsung PLS brand 1920×1200 HD screen display; along with the 10″ edition, the Pipo M9 Pro ($269).

Plus TabletMaxx offers the updated Android 4.4 Kit Kat edition of the SmartQ Z-Watch ($155) that now works with both Android Smartphones and iPhones; with features that compare to the upcoming Galaxy watch 2.

TabletMaxx is focused on promoting products that stand out from many competing import brands in terms of processor performance, long battery life, and high resolution displays; and TabletMaxx tests products prior to offering new models to assure compatibility with popular Apps available in the U.S. and Europe, including various Google service Apps, Netflix, Hulu and Skype.

TabletMaxx also sets itself apart as a distinguished value-added reseller, with a 14-day return policy on all tablets, with no restock fee; and features several promotions no other reseller offers, including a premium Apps package that includes $25 in bonus Apps; as well as free 4G Internet access within the U.S., with 500MB of Data monthly with all tablet purchases, 4G device adapter included.

TabletMaxx offers a detailed review of each product’s features and capabilities and also includes an Introduction-to-Android guide for new users. Plus products ship by 2-Day express delivery to U.S. locations.

More details on TabletMaxx available products and promotions at

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  1. The Chosen One
    February 21, 2014

    Has anyone ever shopped at

    If so, what was the experience? Was it good or bad?

    I ask because this “new” Tablet Maxx site is exactly the same as the Tablet Sprint site in every possible way and Tablet Maxx seems to have popped up right around the same time Tablet Sprint went down due to “Temporary Technical Difficulties”.

  2. samsonwentleyabc
    February 21, 2014

    They are two different companies, one is in Washington and the other is in California – I think both were selling the Pipo tablets which are pretty popular

  3. jarrodchazbos
    February 21, 2014

    I’ve owned a ramos tablet for a while, nice to see support in the USA now. The ramos 12 inch model definitely looks like a winner, it seems pretty lightweight, not much more than a 10 inch tablet. A 12 inch size though gives you an extra 20 percent in screen, makes a nice difference. I can deal with that

    • Ekeluo Chukwuogor
      February 21, 2014

      That’s actually a 44% increase in screen area.

      • jarrodchazbos
        February 21, 2014

        Even better !

        Yeah it’s late late, my math skills are not up to par

  4. mtrse111
    February 21, 2014

    Alcatel had a booth at CES 2014, and saw a demo of the Idol X+ smartphone. Speed demon and one of the best displays. colors are really sharp.