After having revealed the W9 and the W11 tablet PCs, RAmos has finally come up with the missing piece in its tablet line up – the tablet designated W10. However, RAmos might be late in revealing the W10 but it makes that up with some nice upgrades in its specification which is a notch higher than can be found on either the W9 or the W11. And the biggest change to be seen on the W9 is the OS that it includes, which at Android 2.2 is a step ahead of its predecessors which continues with Android 2.1.
The other significant advantage with the W10 is its inclusion of the ARM Cortex-A9 processor aided by a Fujitsu Neon SMID DSP which is a few notches higher than the 1GHz Rockchip RK2818 processor that its sibling sport. Its not only this but what sets the W10 apart or ahead from the rest is its ability to support the 3D graphics capabilities in the form of a Mali-400 GPU while also supporting OpenGL 2.0. The W10 also is able to playback 1080p full HD video.
The goodies does not stop here since the W10 also includes features like b/g WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, USB OTG 2.0, HDMI output, a G-sensor accelerometer, as well as an FM radio receiver. The W10 though continues with the same 7 inch WVGA resistive touch screen that can be seem on the W9 and it isn’t 10 inch as its name might suggest.
Further details like when the tablet can be seen entering markets or what it will cost when it eventually does has been kept under wraps.
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