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At home and on the go. The slim and light design of the ARCHOS 70 Internet tablet makes it both portable and generous for sharing your best moments with your family and friends. All the functions of a computer: your apps, the Internet, your photos, music and videos, eBooks and 3D games.

Thin, light and strong
ARCHOS Internet Tablets are the thinnest and lightest around thanks to a patented process of plastic over molding. Through the binding of high-tensile strength stainless steel and an injected plastic enclosure, Archos Internet tablets have a stylish look that doesn’t compromise between weight and strength

Built-in webcam and microphone
Have video chats, film important moments of your life and share them on the Internet or display them on TV with the built-in HDMI connection

Your own world of Android™ applications
Play the latest 3D games with the OpenGL 3D graphic acceleration, check news and social networks plus add hundreds more applications via the AppsLib store

  • Screen - 7 in 800 x 600
  • Operating System - Android 2.2
  • Processor - Arm Cortex A8 1000 MHz
  • Memory - 512 MB
  • Battery Life - 10
  • Wifi - Wi-Fi
  • Bluetooth - Yes
  • Camera - Integrated
  • Supported Flash Memory - sd,sdhc
  • HDMI Ports - 1
  • Dimensions (H x W xD) - 14 mm x 201 mm x 114 mm
  • Weight - 0.4 kg
  • Colour - Black
  • Warranty - 1 year warranty

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