This week Intel’s IDF 2015 event is in full swing and it’s a good way to get to know upcoming Core M devices. Among them we find the Ramos M12 tablet, that’s pictured below and should be coming soon.
Ramos was listed as one of the major Intel partners on a panel during a keynote at IDF. Ramos started their partnership with Intel in 2012 and launched a variety of devices, with both Android and Windows on board, relying on Intel Core or Atom models. The M12 tablet has a brushed metal blue case, with an eye catching design and fine craftmanship.
It comes with an adjustable kickstand and it’s a 2 in 1 device. The screen is a 11.6 incher and at the back we’ve got camera without flash. Ramos M12 uses a detachable keyboard and integrates a front camera as well. Sadly we don’t have many details about it specs, but we suppose it offers at least Full HD or 768p resolution, Windows 8.1, 2 GB of RAM and maybe 16 or 32 GB of storage.