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Archos 97 Carbon review Part 1 - Introduction
Archos 97 Carbon review Part 2 - Components
Archos 97 Carbon review Part 3 - Performance and multimedia
With the Archos 97 Carbon, french tablet maker Archos has launched the first tablet of their new Elements products family yesterday. These models are announced as middle range tablets offering the latest mobile technology with a new slim design. The device features a Rockchip RK2918 ARM Cortex A8 CPU running at 1 GHz with 1 Gb of RAM, an 9.7 IPS screen, dual cameras, 1080p HD video output via HDMI, all these combined in a stylish designed case with aluminum finishes. The Archos 97 Carbon will give full Google Play experience with Google certification and should be available this month for a RRP of 249 €/$, £219.99.
Archos 97 Carbon specifications
|Operating System||Android 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
Build fingerprint: 20120602.104656
|CPU||single core ARM Cortex A8 Rockchip 2918 CPU running at 1 Ghz
Integrated GPU: Vivante Corporation GC800
|Flash Storage Memory||Capacity 16 Gb
Tested speed, on our test device, 4 Gb storage: Read: 19 817 kB/s Write: 3 791 kB/s Class 4 equivalent
|System Memory||1024 Mb|
|Additional storage||Micro SD slot (SDHC compatible)|
|Display||1024x768 TFT LCD 9.7 inches…|
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???? such a device to not have bluetooth is a crime . no GPS the signature kickstand !!
may be there are more unreleased versions but i must comment on these valuable , and really user friendly features just can not be kicked out , and its not even about shrinking the size , hope to see more people write about such stuff , cheers
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