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RAmos W7 Android MID snapped again

RAmos W7 Android MID snapped again

With all the attention on eReaders and tablets at CES and in the media it's no surprise that there are several new MIDs, tablets and other devices coming to market to take advantage of the buzz in the category. Some new pics of an unreleased MID called the RAmos W7 have hit the web.

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RAmos to release Rockchip Android MID with 1080p?

RAmos to release Rockchip Android MID with 1080p?

Having taunted us with one of the most alluring Android MIDs we've seen to date, only to reveal it was a mere husk intended to show off their 720p-capable HD chipset, Rockchip may slowly be working their way back into our good books.  RAmos Digital are teasing an upcoming Android device for an event to be held on September 25th, and from the promo shot it looks to be exactly the same as the Rockchip concept.

Full specifications of the RAmos Android MID are unknown, though it's unsurprisingly expected to be ARM based rather than using x86 architecture.  It's also tipped to support 1080p MKV (H.264/VC-1), AVI (Xvid/DivX) and various other formats, with bitrates ranging from 30 to 40Mbps.

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Ramos W15 Android tablet packs Rockchip RK2918 Cortex-A8 SoC

Ramos W15 Android tablet packs Rockchip RK2918 Cortex-A8 SoC

Ramos is teasing a new tablet range for CES 2011, and while fresh slates won't be in short supply at the show next week, the Ramos W15 does have something to help differentiate it. Fronted by an 8-inch, 16:9-aspect touchscreen, the W15 uses Rockchip's new RK2918 ARM Cortex-A8 SoC which, benchmarking earlier this week showed, promises to deliver both high performance and bargain pricing.

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The Daily Slash: December 31 2010

The Daily Slash: December 31 2010

Happy New Year! What a final day it's been here on the R3 Network! Philip Berne whips up a column with what must be one of my favorite column titles of 2010: The Cat’s In the Cradle and the PS3. Rally with us as we try to click Google into fixing the Android SMS bug. Android Community wishes you a Happy New Year with a fun little story about streaming the Times Square ball drop, and finally, BEHOLD as Chris Davies does an epic final post of the year: SlashGear’s 2010 Wrap-Up! All this and MORE on The Daily Slash - HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM ALL OF US HERE ON THE R3 NETWORK!

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 31 2010

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 31 2010

Last day of the year! What a year it was! In the morning of this last day of the epic year 2010, our first news story comes from the hacker world, where a brand new BitTorrent-based DDoS tool is introduced as "Lying to the Neighbours." Next, Apple files for a patent on screen-off gesture controls on the iPod Nano, AliveECG connects to your iPhone to keep track of heart, and you can now feel free to load Android onto your HTC HD2 (WinMo 6.5) via a brand new NAND level hack. Hackers of /b/ have to watch their back as FBI raids ISPs looking for servers used in Anonymous DDoS attacks. An RR Auction lets loose large bits of US Outer-Space history while NASA finds more cracks in Discovery fuel tanks but keeps launch on track. On a smaller scale, grab yourself a MeeGo 1.1 install on your HTC HD2. Fun! All this and MORE on SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up!

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