Archos Gen11 tablet offers bang for your buck
The worldwide economy outlook is not exactly all that bright for the man on the street, as average Joes like me still have to slug it out on a day to day basis. After all, despite what the economists have mentioned, life is still tough, and even more so for those who struggle to even put food on the table for the entire family daily, all three square meals. Hence, when it comes to purchasing a new tablet to use, you might want to skip the glitz of the Samsung Galaxy series and settle for the Archos Gen11 instead.
The latest Archos Gen11 tablet would arrive in the form of the Archos 101 XS 2, where it will continue from where last year’s Gen10 left off. The Archos 101 XS 2 would be a Google Certified tablet which will be powered by a quad-core 1.GHz processor, accompanied by 2GB RAM, sport an HD IPS display, has front facing stereo speakers and dual-cameras. Specially designed, it is a feature rich and high performance tablet that will also come with the innovative Coverboard (which was first introduced in the Gen10 range), being a special magnetic keyboard that was specially developed in order to improve content creation.
The Archos 101 XS 2 will also make use of Dual-Band Wi-Fi, which is the next generation of Wi-Fi for mobile devices.Dual-Band Wi-Fi is able to make use of both the 5GHz and 2.4GHz bands, where this enables it to deliver a more stable, less congested connection – so that you, the end user, would be able to enjoy faster download and browsing speeds. Apart from that, other connectivity options found on the Archos 101 XS2 include Bluetooth and GPS technology.
As for productivity, you will find that the Archos 101 XS 2 would ship with OfficeSuite Pro 6 pre-installed, this being an acclaimed application for viewing or creating Word, Excel, PowerPoint and PDF files while you are on the move. Android 4.2 Jelly Bean is the operating system of choice while you also have full access to the Google Play store. Expect the Archos 101 XS2 to retail for $279 a pop in the US later next month.