The Android tablet market is growing as we speak. Day by day, it’s getting bigger and bigger, with more tablets available to choose from. There are some big players who rule the market, like Asus, Acer and Samsung, but there’s still place for the smaller ones to show what they are made of. A pure example is Archos. It’s not what we call a leading tablet manufacturer, but it offers some pretty good low-end tablets for the right price. And it’s not afraid to announce its newest tablet, the Archos 97 Xenon. Its medium of choice was its Facebook page. In other words:
Say hello to the ARCHOS 97 Xenon – a 3G connected 9.7 inch IPS tablet – the second device in the ARCHOS Elements range.
Find out more here: www.archos.com/products/elements/archos_97xenon/index.html
The Archos 97 Xenon is a low-end tablet which offers a good ICS experience on the budget. It packs a 1,4GHz single-core processor, 512MB RAM, 9,7 inch IPS LCD touchscreen with resolution of 1024×768 pixels, 4GB storage and a microSD card slot, USB 2.0 interface, and all of the usual connectivity features, in which Wi-FI, Bluetooth and GPS are included.
We have no word on pricing yet, but we expect it to be sold for a reasonable price. After all, it’s a low-ender we are talking about. We are looking forward to see this tablet make its way to the shelves, and we will keep you informed on news regarding this tablet.
Source: Archos Worldwide Facebook page