New Ramos I-Series Tabs to Launch This Week

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    A new series of tablets to launch later this week are powered by Intel's high-performance Atom Z2580 Clover Trail processor, which offers what's called Hyper-Threading technology.
    Ramos Technology is one of the better-known China based Android tablet manufacturers and has introduced the I-Series with 8", 9" and 10" models...
    Intel's new dual-core processor with Hyper-Threading technology runs four threads simultaneously and offers processing performance beyond the current mainstream quad-core tablets.
    The new Ramos I-Series of Android tablets with the new Atom Z2580 processor will offer very competitive pricing and solid features, including high resolution displays and built-in GPS capability.
     
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    While it won’t offer the same kind of performance as the new Bay Trail chips Intel launched this week, the company’s Clover Trail+ platform offers low power consumption and the kind of performance you’d expect from a mid-range Android phone or tablet.
    When Chinese tablet makers who are known for producing low-cost products start to use Intel chips, it’s a pretty good sign that Intel is offering something that’s competitive with the low-cost ARM-based chips coming from Chinese companies such as Allwinner, Rockchip, and MediaTek (although Ramos has been known to use chips from Samsung as well, and Samsung’s not exactly a bit player).
     

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