Archos unveiled its new range of Android tablets at an event in London yesterday. We got a hands-on look at the 8in version which runs Android Honeycomb.
There will be a range of storage options too, the 16 and 32GB capacities be handled, as you might expect, with flash storage. While the much larger 250GB model will be fitted with a more traditional hard drive.
Pricing starts at £199 for the 16GB model.
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