Discussion in 'W30' started by EMP, Oct 11, 2012.
Indeed, an interesting find. It seems that the W30 HD version just packs 1920x1200 resolution display, compared to the non-HD with 1280x800. All the other specs are the same.
i think i gonna wait for this one
hope that the release date before December is
Actually 1280x800 is HD. 1920x1200 is FULLHD
Well, I'm not behind the naming scheme of the Ramos tablets
one more vapour warewhats the point of announcing full HD resolution when they cant even make in stock the ordinary HD one...it seems more and more to me that chinese tablet manufactureres just announce and cant manufacture and sell them..look at chigon or ramos or popo for that matter..
So you're implying that the Galaxy Tabs etc. come out on the same day anybody hears about them? I don't think that's the case
I think Ramos hasn't even published this tablet officially yet. As it says on the page: October 12th.
indeed! be patiance
Guys check out this page http://www.ramos.com.cn/showroom/2012/evo/index.html (use google translate of course)
Ramos announced W30, W30HD and a bunch more tablets in the China Sourcing Fair.
I think the waiting days are over... Ramos will soon be made available!!
hope the w30HD will have GPS as well
For me a build-in 3G module is more essential!!! However i wouldnt mind having a GPS as well...
I second this... who really needs such high resolutions really...!?
But in a mobile setting (Western Europe) 3G might be essential for some...
i have played with the asus transformer infinity in the shop and the resolution is realy nice!
very very sharp screen!
Yes. might be true...but if I personally would go with 3G instead of a true HD screen as 'normal' HD is not too shabby.
then you must buy the normal w30 with 3g
yes i am going to buy it..but not sure when its going to come out..3G is a must for me...
I can still not believe that W30 is supposed not to have HDMI...why on earth is that!??
I hope that's a mistake ...
I would like to order the Ramos w30, but the spec and the delivery date seems to be a moving target.
At least you are Dutch.
That's seems rather be the general rule then the exception...