The Archos Child Pad can be said to be an enfant terrible from Archos, having arrived at the FCC in April earlier this year, and right before its release, it was reported to have been delayed until sometime in the middle of May, with rumors circulating around that the Archos Child Pad 2 will come with a capacitive touchscreen display. Well, what can we say about the sequel to the Archos Child Pad? The thing is, there really isn’t any Archos Child Pad 2 for the masses, but Archos has, on the quiet, introduced a new capacitive display as the rumor suggested back in May.
This might not go down well with parents who have already picked up the 7″ Archos Child Pad for their little ones, as the upgrade came about in just two months after the device was launched. Well, since there is no such thing as a free lunch in this world, the inclusion of a capacitive display would mean you will need to hand over $139.99 for the Archos Child Pad that runs on the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, instead of the usual $129.99. Other hardware specifications like the 1GHz ARM processor, 1GB RAM and 4GB of internal memory remains the same.
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