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Archos 28: A Very Affordable Android Pocket Tablet Computer

Feb 16, 2011, 13:03 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Some consider the Archos 28 as the first Wi-Fi connected Android device that has a price tag of less than $100. But I disagree (See: Affordable Android-powered iPad-like Tablet Computers). Anyway, this pocket-sized tablet computer and media comes with a 2.8-inch slim touch screen display and a wide range of features such as video and photo applications, high speed processor for fast Internet browsing, 3D games, and thousands of downloadable Android applications in the AppsLib.

"The Archos 28 offers 5 customizable home screens that enable advanced personalization, which means icons can be placed, moved or erased with just a flick of a finger. With the presence of home screen widgets, users can instantly access their favorite applications in a snap."

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