$180 RAMOS MID W9 Android Tablet teardown

$180 RAMOS MID W9 Android Tablet teardown

Summary: Bill Detwiler cracks open the $180 RAMOS MID W9 Android Tablet. This low-price tablet has chips from Samsung, Hynix, Rockchip, and Analogix.

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  • Photo by: Bill Detwiler / TechRepublic
    Caption by: Bill Detwiler

  • Using a thin metal blad and plastic spudger, I detached the RAMOS MID W9's metal rim.

    Photo by: Bill Detwiler / TechRepublic
    Caption by: Bill Detwiler


  • Photo by: Bill Detwiler / TechRepublic
    Caption by: Bill Detwiler

Topics: Processors, Hardware, iPad, Laptops, Mobility, Networking, Samsung, Tablets

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