After Nvidia launched the Shield Tablet, a device designed for gaming purpose, now the Chinese company Ramos announces the launch of a similar tablet for gaming. Its name is Ramos i9 Gaming Edition, and what is interesting about it, is the fact that we can choose to buy it with Android or Windows OS.


Unlike the Nvidia Shield Tablet that doesn’t bring the gamepad controller in the package, Ramos i9 Gaming Edition includes this in the standard package, so we don’t have to spend other money later. Among the specs of the tablet we have a 8.9 inch Full HD display with a 1.920 x 1.080 pixels, a quad-core Intel Atom Z3735F processor clocked at 1.8 GHz and 2 GB of RAM.


There’s also 32 GB space of internal storage, front and rear cameras and a huge 8.000 mAh battery that will promise a good amount of hours when it comes to gaming. Ramos i9 Gaming Edition is now available in China for a $245 price tag.


  • Clive Mclean

    I’ll definitely get this. Been waiting for a decent and reasonably priced android gaming delivery system. This sounds like it. (Passing on this generation of consles: the last 2-3yrs of games haven’t been that good).