Archos has been busy sending its products to the FCC recently, and after the Archos 32, next up is the Archos A28, which is a smaller Android-powered tablet that sports a 2.8-inch touchscreen display that supports both portrait and landscape orientations. The FCC filing doesn’t provide too much information about the device, but we do know that it sports Wi-Fi b/g/n and possibly 8GB of internal storage via a Sandisk iNAND flash module. With a small 2.8-inch display, it’ll be interesting to see if there is enough room for a virtual keyboard to be useful.
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