Archos has been making Android devices for a while now for different needs. The firm has several different tablets to its credit and it has just introduced a new tablet that is cheap. The tablet targets the $199 price point and it has Android Honeycomb onboard.
The tablet is called the Archos 70b and it is a new improved version of the original Archos 70. The tablet has a 7-inch display with a resolution of 1024 x 600. The tablet has 512MB of RAM and HDMI output for connecting to your big screen.
Storage inside the tablet is 8GB and it has a microSD card slot for memory expansion as well. The tablet also gets full access to the Android market, something that the KindleFire lacks. If the tablet runs smoothly it may give some of the other offerings on the market a run for their money.
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