Archos officially presents three tablets from the Neon line
Archos unveils three new mid-range tablets
Are you looking for affordable and capable tablets running on Android? Archos has just introduced its newest additions of tablets that are worth attention. The three models arrive as part of the Neon line. In terms of specs and designs the new tablets are very similar. All three Neon slates are powered by Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS.
The most advanced tablet of the new additions is Archos 97 Neon. It is equipped with a 9.7-inch display with a resolution of 1024×768 pixels. It works with a quad-core A9 CPU ticking at 1.6GHz and paired with 1GB RAM. There are 8GB built-in memory. All the tablets support microSD cards for additional storage. The tablet arrives with a camera on the back and works with Wi-Fi connectivity.
The biggest sibling of the three Neon models is Archos 101 Neon. It is armored with a 10.1-inch display with 600x1024p resolution. Under the hood of the slate is working a quad-core A9 processor set at 1.4GHz. Just like its smaller brother the Archos 101 Neon features 1GB RAM and 8GB expandable internal memory. It is packed with the same specs in terms of camera and connectivity as the rest of the group.
The smallest in size newly announced tablet is the Archos 90 Neon. As you have probably guessed it is provided with a 9-inch screen with 480x800p resolution. The processor powering the device is again quad-core A9 clocked at 1.4GHz. It arrives with 1GB RAM. Users have at their disposal 8GB storage with microSD slot for expanding it to up to 64GB.
The new Android running tablets provide easy access to the Google Play Store. Archos is yet to announce the price of the device and their availability. The blend of specs and features of the Neon models suggest that the slates will be affordable models, perhaps purposed for the emerging markets. No launch date is revealed yet. Stay with us to be updated with the newest.
Source: Archos Webstore