We've always been semi-interested in the Media Tablet space and our interest was obviously piqued when Archos was rumored to make an Android-powered tablet device. And though we haven't exactly heard about the tablet for some time, it's good to know that a September 15th launch for the Archos Android Media Tablet is looking more and more likely. The Tablet will run Android but will also include some custom-built Archos software on top.
The rumored specs:
- 5-inch display
- 800MHz TI OMAP 3440 processor
- 500 GB
- 7.2 megabytes HSDPA
- 10mm thick
- 7 hours of Video Playback
The specs certainly make the Archos Android-powered tablet more compelling but will it be enough to convince consumers to take the plunge? Or is your regular ol' Android phone good enough?
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