Less than a week after giving us a closer look at the W9 MID, RAmos is at it again with its new iPad-esque W11 MID. The upcoming device is vaguely similar to its stable mate, likely to also use the 1GHz Rockchip RK2818 CPU and run at least Android 2.1, but in a departure and following its obvious source of inspiration, the W11's 7-inch multi-touch capacitive touch screen is in the less common 4:3 aspect ratio. Most tablets are intended for landscape use with 16:9 screens; the iPad is the most well-known exception, followed by various e-readers and more recently the SmartQ T7.
Images after the break showing the faceplate/touch screen module of the W11 compared to the 9.7-inch iPad were initially mistaken as proof of a future "iPad Nano," something which has been rumored before and certainly seems to have some appeal. But whether the W11 can actually deliver the goods is very dependent on the final hardware, price, and of course individual needs and preferences. We won't know the rest of the specifications until an official announcement, but with the W9 and W11, RAmos is definitely looking to increase its presence in the tablet market after the very overdue W7.
PCOnline via Chinitech]