So far only the 32 model of the 5 upcoming Archos tablets is the only one available for sale. The 32 so far hasnâ€™t received a warm welcome, letâ€™s be honest itâ€™s hard to call a 2.8 and 3.2 inch screen device a tablet. Archos wouldâ€™ve done better by calling them what they are PMPâ€™s.
A lucky user was able to get his hands on an Archos 43 tablet ahead of its launch. This device features a 4.3 inch resistive touch screen, 8GB of internal storage, a kickstand, 720p video capture and an HDMI out. It runs Android 2.2 and has a 1GHZ ARM Cortex A8Â at 1 GHz with DSP with graphic acceleration done by 3D OpenGL ES 2.0. Thereâ€™s also Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, if you want an Android 2.2 device thatâ€™s not tied to a carrier this is a great choice.
Itâ€™s small enough to be ultraportable but itâ€™s large enough to be considered a tablet. This device could be released anytime between now and the end of October. It will retail for $199 and is a great web and multi-media device.
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