Archive of June 2012
The 21st century’s answer to increasing technology demands, an Android tablet brings together the convenience and portability of a touch phone with the functionality and capabilities of a personal computer. A predecessor to the lap top, an Android tablet is wireless, lightweight and compact. Like any laptop or stationary computer, users can choose from a variety of tablets that best fits their needs and budget.
Android tablets share the Google Android operating system. What sets Android apart from similar systems is that its operating system is open source, allowing programmers to create applications freely. There are hundreds of thousands of free or priced apps currently on the Android market. Some Android tablets are built with 3G or 4G connectivity while others operate on Wi-fi networks.
Android tablets are available in a range of sizes so you can select a size that feels most comfortable to you. Android batteries can be easily replaced when necessary without having to send the manufacturer the device. Also, Android tablets are programmed to be multitasking machines. The easily navigable multitasking panel pops up with a single tap on the screen and displays full previews of running applications. Especially popular with users, most Android tablets have two cameras, an outward facing one and an inward facing one for video chatting. Certain camera apps also allow you to directly edit an image without the hassle of having to download and edit it on a computer.
ARCHOS offers a number of Android tablets so you can find the tablet that best suits your personal tastes and technology needs. Unlike Apple’s one-size-fits-all approach, our product offerings are tailored to the individual. From the everyday business traveler to the social networking college student, Archos has a tablet customized to fit every user.01:35 PM