Ramos i100 Pro dual boot tablet first impressions, specs, price

Aside from my visit at it's distributor of Onemos here in the Philippines, I also saw checked 2 of their newest offerings from Ramos. Both are all dual boot tablets. Meet the Ramos i100 Pro.

Front: 10.6 inch FHD display, 2 MP front camera,
Back: 5 MP rear cam, Ramos and Intel logos
Internals: Intel Atom Z3735F quad-core processor, 2 GB RAM, 64 GB ROM, 8000 mAh battery, Bluetooth, WiFi, Android 4.4 Kitkat, Windows 8.1 (upgradeable to Windows 10)


Left: Speaker
Right: Speaker, micro HDMI port, micro USB port, pin hole mic, CTIA compliant 3.5 mm. audio jack


Top: Power/unlock button, volume buttons
Bottom: Keyboard pin connectors


In my experience in dual boot tablets, it was my first time that I saw that you only need to hard press the power button and turn off and choose the OS that you need. The two other methods that I saw so far is thru hard press volume down + power button and via app which is available on both OS. 


This is the appearance of the box.


First impressions: I felt the solid build of this device. So far, this is most sturdy dual-boot tablet that I handled so far. Typing on the keyboard is also good. The main edge of this device was the 64 GB ROM which it has over 24 GB of app storage on Android and about 27 GB of internal storage on Windows. I'm happy that I discovered a first in dual-boot tablets here which is CTIA-compliant 3.5 mm. audio jack. One concern for me is the price.

Ramos i100 Pro has a 6 month warranty for Php 12,000 and you can buy for now via Virtual E-Com at facebook.com/vecomphils.


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December 27, 2015

Ramos i100 Pro dual boot tablet first impressions, specs, price

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Aside from my visit at it's distributor of Onemos here in the Philippines, I also saw checked 2 of their newest offerings from Ramos. Both are all dual boot tablets. Meet the Ramos i100 Pro.

Front: 10.6 inch FHD display, 2 MP front camera,
Back: 5 MP rear cam, Ramos and Intel logos
Internals: Intel Atom Z3735F quad-core processor, 2 GB RAM, 64 GB ROM, 8000 mAh battery, Bluetooth, WiFi, Android 4.4 Kitkat, Windows 8.1 (upgradeable to Windows 10)


Left: Speaker
Right: Speaker, micro HDMI port, micro USB port, pin hole mic, CTIA compliant 3.5 mm. audio jack


Top: Power/unlock button, volume buttons
Bottom: Keyboard pin connectors


In my experience in dual boot tablets, it was my first time that I saw that you only need to hard press the power button and turn off and choose the OS that you need. The two other methods that I saw so far is thru hard press volume down + power button and via app which is available on both OS. 


This is the appearance of the box.


First impressions: I felt the solid build of this device. So far, this is most sturdy dual-boot tablet that I handled so far. Typing on the keyboard is also good. The main edge of this device was the 64 GB ROM which it has over 24 GB of app storage on Android and about 27 GB of internal storage on Windows. I'm happy that I discovered a first in dual-boot tablets here which is CTIA-compliant 3.5 mm. audio jack. One concern for me is the price.

Ramos i100 Pro has a 6 month warranty for Php 12,000 and you can buy for now via Virtual E-Com at facebook.com/vecomphils.


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