A new tablet from Chinese device maker Ramos has been regarded as an amalgamation of a smartphone and tablet, which some say could be the insides of the popular Samsung Galaxy S3 put into a tablet with a similar screen size to Apple’s iPad. The Ramos W42 with Exynos 4412 has some familiar characteristics with a 9.4-inch display and aluminum case, however, it is the 1.4 GHz Samsung Exynos 4412 quad-core processor with Mali 400 graphics that make it similar to the Galaxy.
With 1GB of RAM and 16GB of flash storage the Ramos W42 has a 1280×800 pixel IPS display with 178-degree viewing angles, along with a capacitive touchscreen supporting 10-point multi-touch, Bluetooth, WiFi and a 2MP rear camera, as well as a 0.3MP front-facing camera. In an article on Liliputin they mention how this is reminiscent of the Hyundai T7 tablet with similar specifications, although the T7 has a smaller screen.
A higher capacity 5400mAh battery is said to run for around 6 to 7 hours and sells for $247 on Pandawill, even though some retailers have been seen to be selling the Ramos W42 tablet for as low as $218. On Pandawill.com they offer a limited 12-month warranty, which is ideal if anything goes wrong with your tablet and those wanting to see more quality images of the Ramos W42 can view them on the aforementioned site.
Therefore, do you feel the specs and the price range make the Ramos W42 an attractive tablet to invest in?
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