Following the appearance of the new W9 and W11 tablet MIDs from RAmos, we wondered why the number 10 was omitted since the company's numbering system wasn't related to screen size. But it's now become clear that RAmos has saved the best for last with confirmation that the W10 will be joining the 9 and 11 in the Android tablet market.
Revealed as the flagship product in its line-up at an event in Beijing, the W10 looks virtually identical to the W9 with the same brushed aluminum frame and white plastic rear body, but is an upgraded version with some very impressive hardware specifications.
Starting off with the same 7-inch WVGA resistive touch screen, the W10 packs some serious power with a ARM Cortex-A9 processor aided by a Fujitsu Neon SMID DSP running Android 2.2 Froyo. In comparison, the vanilla W9 and basically the rest of the W10's siblings run a 1GHz Rockchip RK2818 and Android 2.1. It's uncertain about the exact clockspeed and chip arrangement, but the excitement continues in other hardware areas including 3D graphics capabilities in the form of a Mali-400 GPU with support for OpenGL 2.0 and the ability to playback 1080p full HD video with excellent wide-ranging codec support.
Other specifications are sketchy but RAmos has confirmed that the W10 also features b/g WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, USB OTG 2.0 support, HDMI output, a G-sensor accelerometer, and an FM radio receiver. So far there hasn't been any details regarding the W10's price or release date, but RAmos is looking to bring the new W-series (including an updated W7) to market in the near future.PC Pop]