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Sunday, March 18, 2012

Archos G10 XS - the thinnest tablet on the market

                    The French company Archos has announced the imminent emergence of the new tablet, which the thickness of 7.6 mm to be the thinnest device of this type in the world.

                      Titer in the history of the thinnest tablet bore the date, the usurping them in various advertising campaigns, the Japanese Toshiba AT200 whose time has come to the throne inevitably finally end. As the French herald, the latest Tablet Archos G10 XS "with paper-thin steel" is to push it to this honorable position, being up to O. .. 1 mm thinner.

                      It is not known yet too much of a particular specification of the new tablet, but, at least according to the announcement, it is to be as interesting as design. Until then, it is worth, however, rather refrain from judgments.
We all know how fragile they can be pre-release announcement in the face with brutal reality.

                     The only certainties, about which we know if Archos G10 XS, are the thickness of the new tablet, the material from which it is made, the prices of between 200 and 400 euros, and the underlying OS device, which will be Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich.

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