Well that's the marketing spiel, the mapping feature sounds useful, is it technically capable?
- Display: 7" 1024x600 capacitive 5 points multitouch screen
- Android 4.1 Jelly Bean & 3D OpenGL (ES 2.0)
- Processor: ARM CORTEXTM dual-core A9 @ 1.6GHz
- Graphics: GPU quad-core Mali 400 MP
- Flash Memory: 8GB* + microSD Slot (SDHC compatible up to 32GB)
- RAM: 1GB RAM
- Video playback: H.264 HD (up to 1080p@30 fps), MPEG-42 HD (up to 1080p@30 fps), With the above codecs, the device can play video files with the following extensions: AVI, MP4, MOV, 3GP, MPG, PS, TS, MKV, FLV
- Audio Playback: MP3, WAV (PCM/ADPCM), AAC3, AAC+ 5.13, OGG Vorbis, FLAC
- Photo viewer: JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF
- Webcam: Front camera
- Interfaces: USB 2.0: Mobile Transfer Protocol (MTP), microSD (SDHC compatible), mini HDMI output6(Mini HDMI / HDMI cable sold separately)
- Wireless technologies: Wi-Fi
- Miscellaneous: Built-in speaker, G-sensor, Built-in Microphone
- Dimensions & weight: 229.8 x 118.7mm x 15.4mm (9’’x 4.6’’x 0.6’’) and 330g (11.6 oz)
- Software update: Updates can be downloaded at www.archos.com
- Warranty: 1yr
That's a decent spec, and even more impressive, when you consider the device is only £131.99 from Overclockers UK!
The release date is 31st January 2013, so is anyone considering one of these at the end of the month?
We did cover this previously, the original release date was October 2012, I hope Archos spent that time improving the device.
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