This tablet doesn’t interest me.
But it’s notable for these reasons:
1) As Intel’s first partner in China, Ramos has really been trying to improve quality control and create a distinct look
2) It’s the second dual-boot tablet from Ramos
2) It has 64GBs of storage
See coverage at IMP3Net [Google Translate], full specs at PadHz [Google Translate], and beauty shots of the tablet (Windows 8.1 version) at ZOL [Google Translate].
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