Portable Android Tablets
RAmos W6HD Ice Cream Sandwich Tablet ships with an ARM 2nd generation Cortex-A9 processor, clocking at 1GHz & a 7-inch high-definition 1024 x 600 capacitive multi-touch display. As the first HD Android 4.0 tablet launched by RAmos, W6HD has many excited highlights, positioning at inexpensive up-level tablet with portable, full-fledged, high-definition as well as excellent gaming experience.
Ainol NOVO7 Paladin is the first 7-inch tablet that ships with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS, powered by Ingenic JZ4770 SoC processor, which has highly integrated 1GHz XBurst core CPU, 1080P VPU and GPU units, and features low power consumption plus XPower intelligent power system.
Barnes & Noble is going after Amazon’s Kindle Fire with the Nook Tablet–an improved Nook Color e-reader with better specs and $50 extra on the price tag.
Which one suits for your needs best? Before looking up here and there, check the comparison chart below.
The 5 tablets above differentiate themselves from each other in many ways, although they all have 7-inch displays.
1) The Ainol NOVO7 Paladin is the lightest one among them, while its screen resolution (800*480) is weaker than others.
2) Both Ramos W6HD & NOVO7 Paladin ship with latest GoogleTM Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS, but they have different CPU architectures. Ramos W6HD adopts ARM Cortex-A9 2nd generation CPU AMLogic8726-M3, which is compatible with most apps found in Android market, while NOVO7 Paladin is powered by MIPS-based Ingenic XBurst JZ4770 SoC, which may be not compatible with some software developed at Android platform.
3) On the inside, Nook Tablet packs 1GB RAM, double the amount found on the Kindle Fire (512MB) and the other 3 tablets, as well as 16GB of on-board storage, again–double of what’s found on the 8GB Kindle Fire. There’s also a MicroSD card slot on the Nook Tablet, RAmos W6HD and NOVO7 Paladin, notably missing from the Kindle Fire, so you can expand memory of these 3 tablets, range from 128MB to 16GB or 32GB.
4) You won’t get any cameras on Nook, the Fire, or Ainol NOVO7 Paladin, while RAmos W6HD comes with dual cameras – front-facing 0.3MP, rear-facing 2MP. From this aspect, RAmos W6HD is a fully fledged tablet indeed.
5) For Nook and the Fire, the selection of third-party apps is minimal, as both Barnes & Noble and Amazon curate their own app portals, while both RAmos W6HD and NOVO7 Paladin are more playful and free with access to Android market.
7) As the comparison chart has shown, RAmos W6HD is the only fully-fledged HD tablet among above tablets. More detailed features of RAmos W6HD: Anti-glare 7-inch high-definition 16:9 capacitive multitouch screen, resolution 1024*600, PPI 170 (higher than iPad 2), ARM Cortex-A9 processor, Mali-400 GPU, 8GB of storage, microSD card slot, dual cameras, 1080p Full HD video playback, 3G, WiFi, OTG function, an HDMI port, supports external USB keyboard, USB mouse, HDD, and runs on Android 4.0 ICS OS. Read More Spec
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