Despite a negative trend for computers, it is a favorable time for the tablet and 2in1 with Wintel platform. Wintel is the portmanteau of Windows and Intel, an axis that has dominated the PC market through the desktop phenomenon, that of laptops, the netbook meteor, and it arrived so far without much difficulty surviving the onslaught of Android smartphones.
In fact, the Windows 10 tablets enjoy better health of their Android equivalents, and it is thanks to Microsoft and its Surface that in a time of strong skepticism, have managed to prove to everyone that Windows and tablet can be a happy marriage . This benefits those manufacturers like Ramos, who have called on the Wintel tablet when not receiving the underdogs, and today are found to have gained a wealth of experience and know-how that allows it to come to market with solid device and design elegant.
Ramos I101 is a 2in1 tablet with coverRamos I101 keyboard has a one-piece aluminum frame
It is a perfect example of the new Ramos I101 which was launched during the last Global Sources Hong Kong with the difficult task of replacing the old Ramos Pro i10 and i10 Notes (the latter with support for the pen). The first thing you notice of Ramos I101 is the thin frame, aluminum block, with an impeccable satin finish on the cover and diamond cut edges, totally devoid of ventilation slots because it is a fanless tablet.
The list of technical specifications show some resemblance to that of the Surface 3: there is a Cherry Trail Intel Atom processor T4 X5-X7-Atom Z8500 or Z8700 who, along with 4GB of onboard memory and to 64GB of eMMC storage, represents a perfect low-power solution for Windows 10. the screen, branded Samsung, has a diagonal of 10.6 “and has nothing to envy to that of Surface 3 because it has Full HD resolution and provides excellent readability outdoors and good viewing angles thanks to IPS technology.
The supply of interfaces is even newer than the one and Surface 3 because Ramos I101 can boast a type-C USB port as well as a combo audio jack, mini-HDMI output and a micro-SD memory card reader. The feeling is that Ramos has not overlooked anything with the intention of creating a viable alternative to low price Surface: There are two stereo speakers located on both sides, a LED indication for charging status, two bedrooms (front from 2MP and rear 5MP) and even two microphones with noise cancellation for the best possible interaction with Cortana using voice commands.
The allocation of ports includes a USB type-C
The Pogo-magnetic pin connector is used to attach the cover-keyboardLa keyboard cover doubles as a stand
Finally Ramos I101 has a Pogo-pin connector on the bottom to attach a cover that doubles as a keyboard stand. In conclusion, Ramos I101 is one of the best tablet 2in1 Chinese manufacturing that we’ve seen in recent months, with an ultra-slim and aesthetically successful and with all the features necessary to have a complete experience with Windows 10. There are only the pen and a biometric sensor to log in via Windows Hello, but we are ready to bet that Ramos will add these features with the next refresh.