Another tablet with 3G HSPA+ to launch this month worth considering is the new Ramos X10 Pro Mini (3G edition) -- available through Tablet Sprint -- this new 7.85-inch Android tablet compares in size to the iPad mini and is priced competitively at $210 - and offers a few key advantages over the new Acer Iconia B1 and Archos 80 Xenon, in that the Ramos X10 Pro Mini features 16GB Memory, as well as two high quality cameras - a 2 MegaPixel Webcam and 5 MegaPixel rear camera with autofocus. Spec wise the X10 Pro Mini features one of the newest Quad-core processors (MT8389 A7 1.2 GHZ / PowerVR SGX544 MP2 GPU) with 1GB DDR3, along with GPS built-in that works with the new Google Mapping Apps; and also offers Bluetooth, WiFi, MicroSD memory card storage, a 4200 mAh Battery with 6+ hours of active use, and HDMI to stream movies and media to an HDTV. Internet connection other than WiFi is the biggest advantage to 3G capable devices, and the built-in SIM slot with 3G HSPA+ provides both internet and telephone calling through any GSM carrier, including AT&T & T-Mobile in the U.S -- the online site Tablet Sprint also features a few other upcoming Android devices worth reviewing that become available in early June--
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Sorry but Archos is known to promise the world and deliver less than par. Ive never had a product of theirs work for more than 6mo without major issues. Forget cust. service, they could careless, very unprofessional. The re-stocking fee will make it not worth your time to return the item (if you bought it off their site like I did). I just cant take these guys seriously.
I agree with Shadizzle. Archos puts out cheap products for thrifty consumers but you end with a sub par product.
You might save money up front. But you will lose value through cheap components and bad design.
Cheap has its costs.
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