15 January 2013

Two budget alternatives from CES 2013

Acer and Archos are two manufacturers who are consistenly building cheap good tablet PC. Their products are affordable but offers decent specifications. From CES 2013, here are two tablet you may consider from Acer and Archos.
The two devices - the Archos Titanium 70 and the Acer B1-A71 - both cost the same, £99, and both run Android Jelly Bean, the latest version of Google's mobile operating system. 
The Archos sports a dual core 1.6Ghz processor, with quad core GPU, and 8GB of storage that's expandable to 64GB with a MicroSD card. The Acer features a 1.2Ghz processor, with 8GB of storage expandable to 32GB with the right SD card. 
It's fair to say that neither of the tablets is particularly impressive in the numbers department, and while the price point is pretty low - around $130 - you can't help but think it might be worth shelling out an extra $50 to get a Nexus 7 instead. 
Source: Padvance
 Both are decent tablets with affordable price. Definitely worth buying.

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