Folks in the US might not be able to get hold of the Archos 101 Android-powered tablet just yet, but the folks over in Europe are and one French user has decided to put it under the knife and dissect it, showing us the juicy internals. The reason for the dissection might be different from other cases as he apparently was actually trying to find a screw that was causing some problems, but at least we get to peer into the device without actually owning one. You can check out the full gallery of pictures if you want to take a closer look and considering that the Archos 101 is expected to be priced below $300, it’s not too bad a deal for an Android 2.2 tablet with a 10.1-inch capacitive display, G-sensor, and 1GHz processor.
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