The good people over at the FCC have managed to get hold of the Archos 97 Carbon tablet which was recently spotted earlier this month. From the FCC filing, we do know that some of the more elite among you consumer electronics purveyors out there might consider the Archos 97 Carbon tablet to be a poor man’s Android-powered device. It is all part of the strategy of Archos’ low-cost Elements range, where this 9.7″ tablet which is powered by the Ice Cream Sandwich operating system will be powered by a 1GHz single-core processor, featuring various connectivity options in the form of an HDMI out port, a microUSB port, USB support, dual cameras that help you capture photos regardless of which direction the tablet is facing, and a microSD memory card slot that will help complement the 16GB of internal memory that the Archos 97 Carbon already comes with. Would you consider picking up the Archos 97 Carbon tablet when it arrives in the mass market, or do you already have your heart set on an iPad?
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