venerdì 18 settembre 2009

Archos 5, bello e possibile

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After weeks of speculation and a few leaks here and there, Archos finally released their new Android-based Internet Tablet. The new Archos 5 Internet Tablet comes in a full range of flash-based and hard drive-based configurations, starting at 8GB ($249.99) and going all the way to a 500GB ($439.99) version. In between these models are 16GB, 32GB, and 160GB units. The smaller capacities utilize flash memory, while the larger capacities use a more traditional hard drive, making the device slightly thicker overall.

a customized Android layer that replaces their usual Linux-based operating system. Also new to the Android tablet is built-in GPS, along with Bluetooth, 802.11n, and an FM transmitter and FM receiver.
The 4.8" 800x480 touchscreen is standard Archos fare, as is the optional DVR Station with HDMI output. Also, HD (720p) playback is no problem when hooked up to a large TV with the DVR Station. The Cortex A8-based OMAP3440 running at 800mhz keeps the new Android OS (apps included)
Mezzo terabyte in tasca. Roba da non credere.

Altro che quella Colossale Ciofeca dell'iPod Touch...!

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