Dual boot slates were a big deal at CES, where Intel announced its full support for this initiative. After ASUS and Micromax unveiled such devices, it’s time for China’s Ramos to enter the same segment, with an Intel-based 10.1 inch model.


This is a dual boot tablet from China dubbed Ramos i10 Pro and booting into Windows 8.1 and Android. Its design is very nice and reminds me of a Lumia of sorts. The case seems plasticky and rounded and the specs include a 1920 x 1200 pixel resolution, 2 GB of RAM, 32 GB of ROM and an updated Intel Bay Trail Z3770D series processor.

There’s a 5 megapixel back camera here and a front Windows button, below the screen. The Ramos i10 Pro is in fact an upgrade of the i10 model launched last year, together with two other Intel based models, the i9 and i12.