Archos has rolled out its 7 and 8 Home Tablets that emphasize more on being easy on your pockets and targeting home use instead of being a fully fledged Mobile Internet Device. Despite their intended function, they aren’t gimped in any way with a 600MHz ARM9-based Rockchip 2808 processor running on the Android operating system, carrying 128MB RAM, Wi-Fi and USB connectivity, a microSD memory card slot and integrated speakers. The Archos 7 Home Tablet carries a 7″ WVGA touchscreen display with a 7 hours of video playback, where you can choose from 2GB and 8GB models for €149 and €179, respectively. As for the Archos 8 Home Tablet that you see above, it shares many specifications as with the Archos 7, although you get a larger 8″ touchscreen display and a spacious bezel.
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