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You know, we kind of like the approach here. Rather than just dousing one of its current players in pink and calling it fit for a female, RAmos decided to really investigate the true desires of our lady friends. The Mumu iPearl is an elusive white-framed PMP with no obvious buttons, though the entir

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If you haven't noticed, China's going all out to improve itself before the world fixes its eyes upon Beijing in just over a week. Rather than plunking down license fees to use a protocol that's widely accepted, China has chosen to create its own digital TV standard: CMMB. Amazingly, RAmos has actua

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Just when we were all excited about seeing a RAmos V8 in the wild, it turns out the PMP has had a bit of shrinkage. Instead of the generous 4.3-inch screen we expected, the final unit is listed as having a more realistic 3-incher. Meanwhile, instead of the 16GB of storage for which we lusted, this

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Just in case you felt there wasn't quite enough screen real estate on the ultra-sleek V8, RAmos is giving the display even more attention on the Blue Magic T8. The player features a 4.3-inch display, 10-millimeter thick enclosure, built-in FM radio tuner and the potential to play nice with a not-yet

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We thought the RAmos V8 was looking pretty sleek in render form, but now that some real pictures of the black PMP with the 4.3-inch screen and 16GB of storage have surfaced, we're really impressed -- with how much this thing looks like an iPod touch. (We'll be here all week, folks!) Of course, the

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Particularly of late, RAmos has really been exceeding expectations, and it seems to have raised its own bar once again with the easy-on-the-eyes V8. Sporting a svelte, black enclosure and a 4.3-inch display, this portable media player handles MP4, AVI, DivX, RMVB, MP3, WMA and FLAC file formats, bo

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We've definitely seen some questionable designs from Ramos (and some straight-up KIRFs as well), but it appears as though the company's latest PMP, the RM970, might have actually been drawn up by someone living in this decade. The 2GB device features a 3-inch, 480 x 272 screen, a 200MHz ARM7 proces

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RAmos hasn't exactly set the standard for sexy looking PMPs, and while the V80 may not make you cringe when facing it head-on, checking out the whole package is likely to leave you disappointed. Nevertheless, this unit does manage to hum along on WinCE 6.0, boast a 1.3-megapixel camera and include

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RAmos is a little late to the shuffle knock-off game, but it looks like its new MiniQ player should stack up to the competition quite nicely, with it boasting many of the same improvements other companies have managed to cram into that familiar form factor. From the looks of it, this one is availab

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RAmos has gone out of its way to make its PMPs and DAPs atypically noticeable in the past, and while the V150 is certainly not the most glamorous we've ever seen, it certainly doesn't look half bad. The sleek, Bluetooth 2.0-equipped device features a 2.4-inch QVGA display, a control lanyard, 2GB of

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Fed up with the overcrowded iPod-rippin' game, RAmos has moved on to the other hotness of 2006: LG's Chocolate. And RAmos makes no bones about its \"inspiration,\" as seen in the press shot above. At least Meizu has the modesty to deny it once in a while. Anyways, specs are pretty standard for the RM

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Apple's products certainly aren't strangers to our series of posts highlighting the tech industry's finest fakes, and although the RAmos Q13 isn't quite as absurd as previous examples -- see the Treo iPod -- the fact that the company had the cojones to release marketing shots of their device alongsi

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The handheld conglomerate market must be booming in China, as RAmos is getting in on the action with its very own V100. Similar to all the renditions that came before it, this do-it-all portable renders all sorts of still photos, and plays back MP3, WMA, WAV, OGG, and FLAC on the audio side, while

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Chinese manufacturer RAmos has a new portable media player for those who prefer their gadgets with a little of the Midas touch, recently announcing its RM400 player. This one boasts a 2.2-inch QVGA display, MPEG-4 and AVI video support, plain-old MP3s on the audio front, 512MB of built-in flash mem

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While the myriad of Chinese PMPs tend to share a few similarities, namely being cheap (in more ways than one), the RAmos RM150 does a decent job of making a name for itself by touting native XviD support and sporting a swank PDA-like design. RAmos offers both 512MB and 1GB flavors, and the pocket-si

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