UK based pioneer in Android tablet, Archos unveiled an 8-inch Android tablet “Archos 80 Xenon” with built-in 3G for the user who want a full connected tablet experience anywhere, anytime. The tablet will be available in the market in the price tag of $199.99 (£159.99) from next month of June-2013.
The Archos 80 xenon is powered by 1.2 GHz quad core processor and will run on latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS. The tablet have two cameras, front camera is web camera while rear camera is 2MP camera only which may not be its main attraction while main attraction is its connectivity on 3G through 3G HSPA modem and you can use any type of SIM from any mobile operator. The other main feature is that it has internal memory of 4GB and it can be expanded up to 64GB via micro SD card.
The tablet also has connectivity options on Wi-Fi and 2G network and also supports MMS and SMS.
The Archos 80 xenon has inbuilt GPS combined with Google Maps make the user easy to access to maps and directions.
The key specifications of Archos 80 Xenon are as follows.
Display: 8 inch IPS with resolution of 1024×768 pixels
Operating System: Android Jelly Bean v4.1
Processor: 1.2GHz clocked quad core Snapdragon S4 processor with Adreno GPU.
Internal Memory: 4GB and expandable up to 64GB via micro SD
Connectivity: 2G, 3G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
Battery: Lithium Polymer battery with option of external power adapter.
In the price range of $199, what you can buy. You can buy Google Nexus 7 with Wi-Fi version only but for 3G version, you have to pay $299.99.
You can also buy Kindle fire HD Wi-Fi model from Amazon at $199 but for its 4G LTE version you have to pay heavily $399.
So keeping the specs of Archos 80 Xenon tablet, it would be a wise decision to buy it.
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