Close is a relative word, but so is most. And as we move closer to what is pretty much the most anticipated Microsoft event in recent memory, interest on what sort of changes BUILD 2014 will bring
Hand it to Ramos for going where no tablet vendors has gone before. The wizards at the Chinese hardware company have found a way to load up both Android and Windows 8.1 on one slate. Speaking of
Fortune favors the brave. Or bold. Or whatever. While other companies are still contemplating whether or not to launch dual boot solutions, Chinese manufacturer, Ramos, is taking the first step. We have been hearing for a while
Surprising to see a low cost Chinese vendor having this clear an understanding of the game. Ramos recently announced an Android slate by the name of i8, and followed it up with a Windows 8.1 tablet by
Japanese device maker Ramos is boldly going where no one has gone before. The company, famous for its affordable but nice looking tablets (iPad clones, actually), is preparing an exciting new model. And the excitement comes from
Perhaps the best thing about Intel’s Bay Trail platform is its support for both the Windows operating system and Android. That, and the affordable price means that tablet vendors are increasingly deciding in favor of the processor.