Although MediaTek has some very interesting CPU series, that are affordable and powerful, Intel is on a rising trend, that involves high powered tablet CPUs with a low power usage. Chinese manufacturers are becoming interested in their solutions, with the company Ramos among them.

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The new Ramos i-series slates feature Intel Clover Trail+ processors and these products are expected to debut in China this month. The starting price should be around $195 and up and there are 4 new Ramos tablets in the lineup. Those include 8 inch, 9 inch, 10 inch and 11.6 inch screens. The models are Ramos i8, i9, i10 and i12, with the Ramos i8 being the cheapest of the bunch.

It features 1 GB of RAM, a 1280 x 800 pixel display and the other models pack 2 GB of RAM and Full HD screens. Ramos i12 uses a 1920 x 1080 pixel display, while the i9 and i10 use 1920 x 1200 pixel displays. All 4 versions rely on Intel’s 2 GHz Atom Z2580 CPU, a 32 nm dual core chip with support for hyperthreading.

Ramos is a company that has been making some of the East European tablets we’ve been testing, rebranded as Romanian slates.

  • Heath Canterbury

    This is an impressive new series of tablets with very competitive pricing and solid features, both in processing power and design – the new 8-inch Ramos i8 is expected to be priced at $199; and the 8.9-inch Ramos i9 will retail for about $279 and feature a 1900×1200 Samsung PLS brand screen — Intel’s new processor with Hyper-Threading technology runs four threads simultaneously and scores well in benchmark tests compared to other mainstream quad-core tablets.

    One of the first sources to offer more information and spec details of the new Ramos i-Series is –T a b l e t S p r i n t