Sunday, June 20, 2010

To touch an Android

Archos releases compact Google-powered tablet

Adding to its existing range of compact tablet devices, Archos has announced the release of the Archos 7, a 7-inch device based around the Google Android operating system (OS) and designed for wireless internet and multimedia use at home or on the move. Weighing 350g and with a depth of just 12mm, it aims to provide comfortable mobility for the longest journeys, slipping easily into the smallest hand luggage With a claimed battery life of seven hours when playing video or a stunning 44 hours when playing music, there should be ample power to keep you entertained when you’re out and about and on long-haul journeys. The 7-inch screen features a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels and its touchscreen usability is designed to make it as easy as possible to control your music, movies and photos. With integrated Wi-Fi, you can also wirelessly browse the internet when in range of wireless hotspots. Driven by Google’s Android
OS, intuitive usability is promised, with full access to Android applications via the AppsLib online store. Available now, the Archos 7 is priced at £130 (inc. VAT).


Source of Information : What Laptop July 2010

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