RAmos Ships W42 9.4" Android Tablet For Under $200

You know you've made it once companies start coming out of the woodwork using your operating system. Case in point? Google's Android, which has now slipped onto yet another Android late that you probably wouldn't have heard of otherwise. RAmos is a Chinese outfit that has actually been around for quite some time making mobile products, and its newest might just be the most compelling yet. The 9.4" W42 is a uniquely sized tablet, boasting Android 4.0, a Mali-400 GPU, and a Samsung-built quad-core CPU (Exynos 4412). The touch panel packs a 1280x800 IPS resolution, and internally there's 1GB of RAM, 16GB of inbuilt storage, a microSD expansion slot, and front/rear cameras.

The asking price? Around $200, putting it right in line with the Nexus 7 and a slew of other Android slates that are hitting that magical price point. Unfortunately, there's no telling if Jelly Bean will ever make its way over, which may dissuade some.