That's right! Competition helps to bring down prices, so let's hope that the prices of these products will go down even further before I would even consider buying any of these.
I am not spending money on one of those tablets until Archos starts revealing how much RAM they have. That bit of information seems to be a deeply guarded secret for some strange reason.
This type of competition is needed and most welcome in the tablet market.,and the prices along with some performance may drop a bit further which is OK by me.Tfhe tableets are a bit thicker and heavier both to be about 0.5 " thick and the Archos 80 a@17 ounces and the Archos 101 at 1.5 lbs >>yeah a bit of a tradeoff for slim a lite but a lower price.Looks like the'll be out in the wild soon anough and other questions for spec and performance will be answered
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Very nice a Honeycomb 3.2 tablet for a more reasonable price. But for most people the price is still going to be too high. But I agree that the competition drives the prices down and that is awesome. Someday families will all have multiple tablets in their home controlling all kinds of things.
"Great, more $99 tablets heading our way before, or on Christmas!"
With its 8’’ G9 tablet, ARCHOS will be the first to market with a
dual-core, Android Honeycomb 3.2 tablet under $300 featuring an OMAP 4
processor with an ARM Cortex dual-core A9 at 1 GHz for $299.
Great info!! thanks for sharing !
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